At an online event today simultaneously in China and India, Realme has launched a bunch of products vastly expanding its portfolio to take on the budget-end segment. Here's the low-down on everything that the company unveiled and launched today.
For the first time, the Chinese giant has set foot into the smart TV segment, which is currently dominated by the likes of Mi TVs. Featuring a premium-looking bezel-less design, the Realme Smart TV is available in two variants; an HD-Ready 32-inch variant and a Full-HD 43-inch model.
Both models are backed by the Chroma Boost Picture Engine to “enhance the overall picture quality and improves the brightness, color, contrast, and clarity to deliver stunning visuals.” Moreover, the Realme Smart TV comes powered with a quad-core 64-bit MediaTek chipset coupled with 1GB of 2133MHz RAM and 8GB of built-in storage.
The Realme Smart TV runs on Android TV 9.0, which is Google's latest OS for televisions. Therefore, you get access to several applications, streaming services, and Google Assistant. To further increase the functionality, the Smart TV also packs 3x HDMI, 2x USB, 1x Ethernet, 1x SPDIF, 1x AV port, 1x antenna in port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The audio is delivered via 24W quad-speakers with Dolby Audio support.
The 32-inch variant of the Realme TV is priced at ₹12,999 whereas the 42-inch model is priced at ₹21,999. You can order the Realme Smart TV starting from 2nd June on Flipkart and Realme’s website.
After making its entry into the wearable space with the Realme Band earlier this year, the Chinese Giant has launched the much anticipated Realme Watch in India today, after teasing it for quite some time now. The Realme Watch comes with a polycarbonate build with a metallic finish and features a 1.4-inch color touchscreen with a 320x320 pixel resolution.
The Realme Watch is powered by the company's own custom software, rather than Google's Android Wear OS. It features 12 watch faces, which can be selected from the Realme Link app. Moreover, the Watch comes with 24x7 heart rate monitoring with SpO2 monitor, 14 Sports Modes, Camera Control, and Music Control.
The Realme Watch is priced at ₹3,999 in the Indian market, available with a black strap as standard. You can also pick blue, red, and green straps separately at ₹499 apiece. The Realme Watch will be available from 5th June on Flipkart and Realme’s official website.
Having launched the Buds Air last year, the Chinese Giant has now launched its affordable alternative, the Buds Air Neo, which are priced at ₹2,999 and are available starting today on Realme's website and Flipkart. These are available in three colours, namely pop white, punk green, and rock red.
While the Buds Air Neo look identical to the Realme Buds Air, they miss out on some premium features like in-ear wear detection and wireless charging. Moreover, the charging case here comes with a micro-USB port, rather than the USB-C port found in the relatively expensive Buds Air.
The earbuds are equipped with 13mm dynamic bass drivers and boast 3 hours of continuous playback on a single charge. The charging case, on the other hand, offers up to 17 hours of additional juice. Moreover, they feature touch controls, super-low latency mode, and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
The Realme Power Bank 2 is a successor to the first-gen Realme Power Bank, which comes with a number of changes both inside and out. It packs a 10,000mAh high-density Lithium-polymer battery and comes with a USB Type-C port and a USB-A port.
The USB-C port can be used for both charging the Power Bank and to juice up your smartphone at 18W charging speeds. The USB-A port, too, supports 18W charging, albeit your phone supports QC or USB-PD standards. You can grab the Realme Power Bank 2 starting today on Flipkart for ₹999 in either black or yellow.