Realme Watch S with 390mAh Battery Clears Multiple Certifications

Realme Watch S has appeared on several certification websites revealing IP68 certification and 390mAh battery.

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Realme forayed into the smartwatch category with Realme Watch a few months back. Earlier this month at IFA, the company revealed its plan to launch Realme Watch S Pro which appeared on FCC last week revealing the design and detailed specification. Now, we have spotted another upcoming Realme Smartwatch on various certification websites. Realme Watch S has recently appeared on FCC, NEMKO AS, EEC, and NCC revealing key details including a 390mAh battery unit on the smartwatch. This smartwatch could possibly be a trimmed down version of the upcoming Realme Watch S Pro.

Realme Watch S will feature a circular dial similar to the Realme Watch S Pro which was teased officially at IFA 2020. Realme Watch S seems to have two circular keys on the right side, one of which might be the power button and the other key might be a rotating one to navigate through the interface. The device appears on the FCC, and ECC certification website revealing the codename RMA207. The smartwatch will pack a 390mAh battery with a proprietary magnetic charger, as can be seen in the image obtained from the FCC listing. The smartwatch seems to have an optical heart-rate sensor at the back similar to the entry-level Realme Watch.

The FCC listing also reveals IP68 certification on the Realme Watch S. The software on the Realme Watch S looks very similar to that of the OG Realme Watch which is the company’s own proprietary OS. To those unaware, Realme Watch runs a forked version of the FreeRT OS.

Last week, Realme Watch S Pro appeared on FCC revealing a 1.39-inch AMOLED touch display with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. The Realme Watch S and Realme Watch S Pro are expected to be released later this year. Now since these products have appeared and cleared FCC certification, we can expect these to launch soon.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.