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Realme DIZO Watch R Talk leaks with a stylish design

91mobiles has offered a first look at the Watch R Talk, another DIZO smartwatch. (Image source: 91mobiles)
91mobiles has offered a first look at the Watch R Talk, another DIZO smartwatch. (Image source: 91mobiles)
The first signs of the DIZO Watch R Talk have appeared online. Leaked by 91mobiles, the DIZO Watch R Talk is slated for release next month with an AMOLED display and a GPS module, among other features.

91mobiles has leaked the DIZO Watch R Talk, an unreleased smartwatch by one of Realme's sub-brands. To recap, DIZO has already introduced the Watch R, the Watch S, the Watch D and the Watch D Sharp. While 91mobiles has only leaked a picture of the Watch R Talk's retail box, it has also shared various specifications about the upcoming smartwatch.

Specifically, the Watch R Talk relies on an AMOLED panel, unlike some other DIZO smartwatches. Additionally, the Watch R Talk has a round display surrounded by thick bezels. Allegedly, the smartwatch supports always-on display (AoD) functionality and will come pre-loaded with over 150 different watch faces. Moreover, the smartwatch appears to feature user-replaceable watch straps, the width of which remains unknown at this stage. Based on the image shown, the Watch R Talk has a metal chassis, although it could be a metal-effect look.

Furthermore, 91mobiles claims that the Watch R Talk does not support eSIM functionality. Hence, the smartwatch relies on a paired smartphone to access the internet. Purportedly, the Watch R Talk will launch with 5 ATM water resistance, a GPS module and a SpO2 sensor too. While DIZO has not started teasing the Watch R Talk yet, 91mobiles reports that the smartwatch will be available from next month. If other DIZO smartwatch releases are anything to go by, the Watch R Talk could be an Indian exclusive.

(Image source: 91mobiles)
(Image source: 91mobiles)


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Alex Alderson, 2022-08-25 (Update: 2022-08-25)