Realme has announced the Pro variant to its last month’s Watch 2, the Realme Watch 2 Pro. Though it’s consistent with the vanilla model in terms of design, it comes with a bigger 1.75-inch display, 385 x 320 pixels resolution, 30Hz refresh rate, and 600 nits peak brightness.
Similar to the regular model, you are getting above 100 watchfaces that include the live options. A major addition comes in the form of the Master Edition watchfaces designed by Grafflex who is a South Korean designer known for his collaboration with Realme itself for the Watch S Master Edition.
The battery, on the other hand, has also been upgraded to a 390mAh cell, up from 315mAh cell in the vanilla, hence acclaimed to endure for 14 days upon a full charge.
Another upgrade and the much-needed one is the built-in dual-satellite GPS. Now, you no longer have to depend on your smartphone to track your routes during workouts.
The Realme Watch 2 Pro ships with all the regular features that include heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen level monitoring (SpO2), sleep tracking, meditation breathing, and drink reminder. Not to mention 16 workout modes and support for a total of 90 different sport modes in the future OTA.
There are other features as well such as IoT control, phone finder, music/camera control, weather forecasting, and IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. You get alerts for app notifications and incoming calls as well. However, you will not be able to talk since there are no speaker and microphone, even though you can reject calls.
Available in Space Gray and Metallic Silver colors, the Realme Watch 2 Pro starts costs a price of RM 299 in Malaysia (around NPR 8,500 in Nepal) with sales kicking off as of 29 May in the country.
The watch ships with liquid silicone straps as well in Black and Light Grey colors. The company is yet to announce international availability.