Realme Watch S Pro was teased at the IFA 2020 event last week along with other products, including the Buds Air Pro and Narzo 20 series. While the company showcased the image of the smartwatch, key specifications and the complete design were kept under wraps. Now, the Realme Watch S Pro has been certified by the FCC where many specs and design of the smartwatch have been revealed. The FCC listing suggests the watch could be in the final stages of development and might debut globally soon.
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According to the FCC listings (spotted by MySmartPrice), the Realme Watch S Pro will come with a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 454 X 454 pixels resolution. The smartwatch will support step, distance, calories, and heart rate tracking, including dynamic heart rate monitoring. The smartwatch can automatically detect and track the activity you are performing, such as walking/running. The Realme Watch S Pro can control music, track sleep, and also function as a camera app shortcut. It can also receive smart notifications from apps. Other features like call notification and Find Your Phone are also tipped. The Realme Watch S Pro is said to pack a 420mAh battery and will have Bluetooth Low Energy for connectivity, built-in GPS, and GLONASS. Sensors onboard are tipped to include an accelerometer, gyroscope, geomagnetic, optical heart rate, ambient light sensor, and a capacitive touch sensor.