Realme Watch 3 battery specs and shape potentially confirmed thanks to a new FCC leak
It has been more than a year now since Realme launched its Watch 2, prompting speculation that signs of the OEM's latest wearable certification was certain to be a successor for this SpO2 sensor-equipped wearable. Now, according to the FCC, this third-gen device might look a lot like its forebears, yet beat them in terms of battery life.
The new FCC filiing pertains to a "Realme RMW2108", a model number that matches that found in other registrations from bodies such as SIRIM and the Bureau of Indian Stanards (BIS), some of which are overtly for a "Watch 3".
Then again, this one yields more information, such as that this new version has a 340mAh battery, whereas the Watch 2 was registered as a 305mAh device. Therefore, Realme might now market its successor as having enhanced screen-on time by comparison - unless that screen got bigger, perhaps.
The FCC does not cover that kind of information; however, the FCC does inadvertently reveal that the 2022 Realme Watch will uphold its series' penchant for square displays. In addition, there may now be a glimmer of the possibility of a Pro version, as this vanilla 3 seems once again to have missed out on on-board GPS. Then again, Bluetooth may now have been effectively confirmed for the possibly imminent wearable.