Realme launches the Watch 2 Pro with 2 more days of battery life and a larger display compared to the base model
Realme launched its second-gen Watch not long ago; now, it has added a Pro variant to this line for the first time. This new wearable is an Apple-hardware clone, just like its vanilla counterpart - however, it has a 1.75-inch 385x320 display that is 56% larger compared to its sibling.
This larger screen is also rated for up to 600 nits of brightness and a 30Hz refresh rate. Realme has also developed new "Master-series" watchfaces specifically for it, developed in collaboration with the South Korean artist Grafflex. Then again, it also retains the same ~100 faces from the Watch 2, some of which are dynamic in nature.
The Watch 2 Pro's display can also show the same kind of sleep- and SpO2-tracking data as in the vanilla model; however, it also comes with its own GPS so as to track up to 90 different types of exercise, whereas the 2 relies on a connected smartphone to do the same. These new abilities are powered by a 390mAh battery, as opposed to 315mAh in the Watch 2.
The Realme Watch 2 Pro has been launched in Malaysia thus far, as with the series' other variant. It is priced at 299 ringgit (MYR; ~US$72), whereas the vanilla 2 is 229 MYR (~$55). They will be available from May 29, 2021 in their first market.