Realme Watch 3 Pro announced with AMOLED display and GPS
Realme has announced the Watch 3 Pro, a new flagship smartwatch. The company has teased the wearable, which it claims has a large AMOLED display; the exact dimensions remain unclear. This screen is an upgrade on the Realme Watch 2 Pro, which has a 1.75-in LCD. The website states “let the world watch”, which could suggest that the gadget will be available worldwide, though it will likely launch in India.
The teaser images suggest that the Watch 3 Pro will have GPS, an upgrade on the Watch 3. GPS was also exclusively available on the Pro model of the Watch 2. Fans speculate that the wearable may include an NFC reader in the Watch 3 Pro. The website indicates that the gadget will have a calling function, though it remains to be seen whether this will be via Bluetooth or LTE. In terms of design, the Watch 3 Pro looks similar to the standard model.
The Watch 3 launched in India last month with a 1.8-in display, retailing for INR 3,500 (~US$44). The gadget has integrated heart rate and SpO2 sensors alongside other health tracking features. You can pair the device with your smartphone via Bluetooth to enable a calling feature. Customers in India can currently sign up with a mobile number to be notified when the Realme Watch 3 Pro goes on sale. The pricing of the latest Pro watch and an exact launch date remain unclear.