Realme T1 smartwatch presented

Realme today unveiled the new T1 smartwatch in China. The novelty is touted as "probably the world's first smartwatch with a stainless steel frame and support for calls via Bluetooth in its price range." The device is priced in China at the equivalent of $ 95 (this is for the first buyers, the retail price will be $ 110).

Realme T1 received a 1.3-inch AMOLED screen with a pixel density of 325 per inch. The display is protected by toughened Gorilla Glass and a stainless steel bezel around the screen.

The watch supports 110 training modes, calls via a smartphone paired via Bluetooth, magnetic charging. There is a "comprehensive vital signs monitoring system." There are no specifics here, but judging by the pictures, there is a heart rate sensor, the ability to measure blood oxygenation, and a sleep monitoring system. The watch is protected from water (5ATM, so diving with it is not advisable) and endowed with an NFC module for contactless payments (support for the local AliPay service is declared).

The declared autonomy of the Realme T1 is a week. Fast charging is supported: 15 minutes of connection to the charger gives three days of autonomy.  

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