Realme Watch 3 India Launch is Confirmed: To Come with Bluetooth Calling, Bigger Display

Ahead of the official launch, Realme has teased the design of its upcoming smartwatch.


Realme has confirmed the launch of the Watch 3 in India. The company will launch its new smartwatch in India very soon. At the moment, the Watch 3 launch date is unknown. However, we can expect the smartwatch to arrive later this month in India alongside the Realme Pad X.

Ahead of the official launch, Realme has teased the design of its upcoming smartwatch. The company has also confirmed some of the key Realme Watch 3 features. The smartwatch is expected to support Bluetooth calling, which was missing from the previous generation model. Let’s take a look at the Realme Watch 3 specifications, features and other details known so far.

Realme Watch 3 Design, Specifications

Realme Watch 3 will be the company’s new smartwatch for Android and iPhone models. The exact launch date of the watch is unknown. Meanwhile, the microsite on Realme’s official website confirms some key details. The Watch 3 will have a square dial, similar to the Watch 2. However, the screen will be bigger in comparison to the Watch 2’s 1.4-inch display. Realme has not revealed the exact screen size at the moment.

The right edge of the watch has a physical button and a microphone. The button could be useful for opening the app library. There is a possibility that the same button doubles up as a power button by long-pressing it. The microphone could enable the Bluetooth calling feature as well.


Realme has not revealed any other details of the smartwatch. The company is expected to launch the Watch 3 with multiple health and fitness features. There should be support for heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, SpO2 monitoring, etc. The watch should also include support for multiple workout modes. It will have some form of rating for water resistance.

The Watch 3 could be priced under Rs 4,000 in India. The official pricing details will be announced at the event, which is expected to be held later this month.