Dizo watches will also arrive next week

The Realme Watch 3 Pro will be launched on September 6, the Dizo models on September 7.

Realme has somewhat postponed the presentation of the Realme Watch 3 Pro, and next Tuesday’s event will be immediately followed by a presentation of Dizo, which is the manufacturer’s affordable IoT brand, positioned for the Indian market for the time being. Based on the official preview, two new watches will be presented on September 7, both with huge but different format displays.

The more serious model can be the Dizo Watch R Talk with a round stainless steel casing, 1.3 inches, It has a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels with AMOLED panel, always-on display function and so-called single-chipset calling with a solution that, according to the manufacturer, ensures lower energy consumption and a more stable connection.


The device can be used to make phone calls thanks to the built-in speaker and microphone, but it would not hurt to detail this chipset thing a little, because it is not entirely clear what the poet meant. They just can’t come up with an alternative name for the eSIM, although based on the Dizo Watch R, we’re guessing that for now.


Further details about the Watch R Talk have not yet been published, including the size of the battery, but Realme promises 10 days of operating time with normal use (they will tell you what they think this entails), and 3 days with voice calls, and the charging time is 2 hours will be

Even less was revealed about the other device, Dizo Watch D Talk, but the design is clearly visible in the official previews, and some information about the functions is revealed in the text of the Twitter post. According to them, the square display will be 1.8 inches, the device will support 120 sports modes and this device will also be suitable for phone conversations, we risk it with the help of the connected phone via Bluetooth.

Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by mobilarena.hu.

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