The Dizo Watch S has been introduced in India by Realme's TechLife brand Dizo at a starting price of Rs 2,299. Everything you need to know about the smartwatch is right here. Dizo, Realme's TechLife brand, has added another device to its lineup. The Dizo Watch S was released in India today by the firm. It joins the company's array of existing Dizo-branded smartwatches, which include the Watch 2 Sports, Watch R, Watch 2, and Watch Pro. The recently announced Dizo Watch S, on the other hand, has a rectangular shape with curved corners, unlike the company's other smartwatches. Over 150 watch faces and 110 sports modes are among the smartwatch's many features.
Price and availability of the Dizo Watch S
Coming to the price, the Dizo Watch S price costs Rs 2,299 in India. However, it will be available at an introductory price of Rs 1,999 on its sale day. It will go on sale in India starting 12PM on April 26 via Flipkart . The newly launched smartwatch will be available in India in Classic Black, Golden Pink, and Silver Blue colour variants.
Dizo Watch S features and specs
The Dizo Watch S has a 1.57-inch display with a peak brightness of 550 nits, according to the specifications. It has a curved body and a metal frame that is enclosed in glass. According to Dizo, the watch has an IP68 dust and water resistant covering and can survive water for up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1.5 metres. On the battery aspect, the Dizo Watch S is equipped with a 200mAh battery that may last up to 10 days when used regularly. According to the firm, the watch charges completely in two hours.
The Dizo Watch S comes with over 110 indoor and outdoor sporting modes, as well as over 150 watch faces. It features a variety of sensors to keep track of the user's vitals. A real-time heart-rate sensor, a SpO2 sensor, a sleep tracker, a step counter, a calorie tracker, and a women's health tracker are among the devices on the list. It also has a sedentary reminder and a drink water reminder built in.
Users may also use the Dizo Watch S to manage their phones' cameras, listen to music, and answer or reject calls.