Realme Watch was launched in India by the company on Monday featuring a colour display and 2.5D curved glass. The smartwatch currently has 12 preloaded watch faces but is expected to get more than 100 later on. The company has provided the Realme device with several health and fitness related features including a heart rate sensor. Realme has always been compared to Xiaomi. When it comes to smartwatches, Xiaomi has got its Mi Watch that was launched in November last year. Let’s see how both the smartwatches stack up against each other.
Realme Watch vs Mi Watch price
Realme Watch is priced at Rs. 3,999. The wrist strap designs will be available separately in Red, Blue, and Green colour options for Rs. 499 each. On the other hand, the Mi Watch is much more expensive at CNY 1,299 (roughly Rs. 13,700). The price of its premium variant is CNY 1,999 (roughly Rs. 21,100). However, these for the Mi Watch are the prices in China and the watch is yet to launch in India. Colour options on the watch include Silver and Black.
Realme Watch vs Mi Watch specifications
Realme Watch features a 1.4-inch 320×320 pixels touchscreen display with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. There is a three-axis accelerometer and a PPG sensor on the smartwatch. It comes with an IP68-certified build that has dust and water resistance.
On the Mi Watch, there is a 1.78-inch 368×448 pixels AMOLED touchscreen with 326ppi. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 SoC. It comes with a six-axis sensor, heart rate sensor, GPS support, compass, and barometer on the watch. It is also water and swim-proof.
Realme Watch vs Mi Watch battery, connectivity
Realme Watch comes with a 160mAh battery that is claimed to deliver seven days of usage when the heart rate monitor is enabled (nine-day battery life with disabled). The smartwatch by Realme supports Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity and is compatible with Android 5.0 Lollipop or above — using the Realme Link app. There is no SIM card support on Realme Watch.
Mi Watch packs a 570mAh battery. The company claims it will last up to 36 hours on a single charge. There is support for dual-SIM cellular connectivity via eSIM. The smartwatch also includes Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, and NFC support.
Realme Watch vs Xiaomi Mi Watch comparison
Xiaomi Mi Watch
|Release date||25th May 2020||5th November 2019|
|Model Name||Realme Watch||Mi Watch|
|Dial Color||Black||Silver, Black|
|Strap Color||Black, Red, Green, Blue||Silver, Black, Grey, Blue|
|Water Resistance Depth||1.5 metres||–|
|Alternate names||–||Silver, Black|
|Dial Material||–||Alumunium Alloy|
|Sensor||PPG||All Axis Sensor, Heart Rate Sensor, Barometer|
|Compatible Device||Android||Android, iOS|
|Battery Life||7 days||36 hours|
|Charge Time||2.5 hours||–|
|Charger Type||USB magnetic charge||Pogo pin|
|Stand By Time||20 days||–|
|Call Features||Call reject and mute support||Yes|
|Third Party App Support||–||Yes|
|Other Connectivity Features||–||NFC|
|PLATFORM AND STORAGE FEATURES|
|Compatible Operating System||Android 5.0 and above||Android, iOS|
|Operating System||–||MIUI for Watch|
|Number of Cores||–||quad-core|
|Processor Name||–||Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100|
|CAMERA AND DISPLAY FEATURES|
|Display Resolution||320×320||368×448 pixels|
|FITNESS AND WATCH FUNCTIONS|
|Heart Rate Monitor||Yes||Yes|
|Date & Time Display||Yes||Yes|
|Other Fitness Features||Outdoor Run, Walk, Indoor Run, Outdoor Cycle, Aerobic Capacity, Strength Training, Football, Basketball, Table Tennis, Badminton, Indoor Cycle, Elliptical , Yoga, Cricket Modes||Sports Modes|
|Other Watch Functions||Automated heart rate measurement, 24-hour real-time heart rate, resting heart rate, exercise heart rate，heart rate alert, blood oxygen level monitor,sleep detection, steps throughout the day, calories, distance, water reminder, sedentary reminder, activity recorder||–|
|Number of Buttons||–||1|
|AUDIO AND VIDEO FEATURES|
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