Realme Watch 2 full specs and design revealed by FCC

Sagar, 22 January 2021

Last week we learned Realme is gearing up to launch the Watch 2 and Watch 2 Pro soon as the smartwatches were mentioned in the source code of Realme Link app. While Realme hasn't divulged anything about these wearables yet, the Watch 2 has bagged FCC certification, revealing its design and specs in the process.

The Realme Watch 2 bearing model code RMW2008 has the power button on its right side and features a 1.4" 320x320-pixel resolution TFT color touchscreen like the first-gen Watch. But the detachable silicon straps now come with Realme's "Dare To Leap" slogan that we've already seen on the rear panels of a few of its smartphones.

Realme Watch 2 full specs and design revealed by FCC

Like its predecessor, the Realme Watch 2 has heart rate and SpO2 sensors onboard and is IP68 dust and water-resistant. However, it now packs a significantly larger battery - 305 mAh up from 160 mAh.

The Realme Watch 2 has Bluetooth 5.0 BLE onboard for connectivity, but it's only compatible with Android 5.0 and above. Although we might see the smartwatch gain iOS support by the time it arrives in the market.

Realme Watch 2 full specs and design revealed by FCC

The Realme Watch 2 measures 257.6 x 35.7 x 12.2mm and will come with workout modes, automatic step counter, sleep tracking, and message and incoming call notifications. It will also feature meditation mode and music and camera controls.

Considering the information revealed by FCC, the Realme Watch 2 doesn't appear to be that big an upgrade over its predecessor, but we'll reserve our final judgment until the smartwatch goes official. In the meantime, you can read our Realme Watch review.

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Is anyone facing battery drain in their realme watch 1 like me ?

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  • 22 Jan 2021
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  • 22 Jan 2021
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