Realme Launches Smart TVs, Smart Watch And Realme Buds Neo Air

Realme has announced its first Smartwatch and Smart TV to the markets in India. The manufacturer is doing well in the department of smartphones for its exceptional pricing and features offered. The other rival companies, such as Mi, have already entered the TVs and smartwatch territory and are making a good fortune in India.

Realme has not only launched the gadgets mentioned above but also brought the AirBuds Neo Air to the Indian market after it’s good reviews pouring all over from the consumers as well as from the tech community for the AirBuds and Wireless Buds 2 in the country. The event took place in a live event and streamed on Social Media.

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Realme Smart TVs

Realme has been pushing its bar further with every launch in India. Realme Smart TV’s aren’t any different as they are feature-loaded and for the cherry on top, they are very affordable. The manufacturer has announced two TVs for the Realme fans that come in two different sizes, 32-inches, and 42-inches models.


These two models are Introductory products from Realme, which means we can witness only a 720p panel which comes on 32″ and a 1080p panel on the 42″. Still, both the televisions support HDR10 and HLG and get powered by the Quad-core MediaTek processor.

The Smart TVs additionally also features Dolby Audio-certified speakers that are four in number with 24W outcome. The manufacturer also claims that that panel can lit up the screen to 400 nits of brightness—the pricing for these duos ranges from Rs. 21,999 for 42-inches and Rs.12,999 for the 32-inches model.

Realme Watch 

Realme Watch is one of the most anticipated devices to get announced by the manufacturer. This particular lifestyle gadget got leaked, and many images surfaced regarding the design. The Smartwatch spotted while a Realme official was wearing it and appeared in a featured video from the manufacturer.


The Watch isn’t entirely a smartwatch but a fitness band with a more prominent display. The Watch features a 1.4-inch size screen with a 320×320 resolution LCD. The screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, and the Watch comes with IP68-certified Water and Dust Resistance.

The company claims that the battery will last for up to 9-days straight on a single charge and also comes with a power-saving feature that helps the Watch to further increase the battery life up to 20 days. Two parts that need special mention are the Heart Rate sensor and SpO2. The Realme Watch starts at Rs. 3,999, unexpected from Realme.

Realme Buds Neo Air

Realme Buds Neo Air is the more affordable offering of the Buds Wireless, which got announced months back. The only lacking elements to mention in the Neo Air compared to the normals Buds are the wireless charging and USB Type-C port. Except for these changes, everything is similar to the standard Buds.


The lack of those two elements doesn’t mean these earphones are a letdown. Still, they offer Bluetooth 5.0 that is powered by the manufacturer’s very own R1 chip, which majorly helps the user for super-low latency in audio quality. It also helps to pause the tracks when the earbuds are off the ear.

The Buds Neo Air from the manufacturer looks exactly like Apple’s AirPods and does the job done in terms of the sound quality and fitting. Even the casing is similar to the Apple ones. The Buds Neo Air has a couple of exciting colors to offer which are, red and green. The pricing of these TWS earphones from Realme is Rs. 2,999.

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Smart TV’s as said by the company will be on sale from 2nd June from noon. The Smartwatch is also said to be made available to the public from 5th June starting afternoon. The Buds Neo Air will be available to grab in Hate-to-wait sale on 25th May at 3 PM. All these products will be selling on on Realme and Flipkart websites.

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