As part of the Realme GT 5G launch, Realme announced the launch of three new AIoT products – the Realme watch 2 & 2 Pro and the Realme TechLife Robot Vacuum – as part of an accelerated AIoT product strategy for the next five years.
The TechLife robot vacuum sounds particularily interesting, a LiDAR equipped robot vacuum for around £260 is an absolute bargain. Competing affordable brands on Amazon cost quite a bit more, the Ecovacs OZMO 920 is around £370.
As for the Realme Watch 2, I think that may be the cheapest GPS equipped fitness tracker/watch on the market.
Realme watch 2 & 2 Pro
Building on the massive success of the Realme watch, the Realme watch 2 Pro delivers powerful upgrades in functionality, display, and other user experience features.
With an upgraded 1.75-inch (4.4 cm) large colour display, the new watch boasts a 56% larger screen viewing area than the previous generation. The display also features a remarkably high resolution of 320×385 pixels and a peak brightness of 600 nits, which delivers visuals 58% brighter than the previous generation.
It includes various sporting features like an accurate GPS system, an SpO2 Monitor that tracks blood oxygen saturation levels, a heart rate detection monitor, and a total of 90 sports modes (an increase from the original 16 modes). The watch can deliver 14 days of battery life with its 390mAh high-efficiency battery so users can exercise all day without missing a beat. Realme’s watch 2 Pro offers over 100 different curated watch faces for users to choose from, allowing them to express their unique personality and style.
Another member of the Realme smartwatch is the Realme watch 2. It has almost everything about the Realme watch 2 pro, from the ultra bright 600 nits display to the 90 sports modes support, all packed in a smaller form size of 1.4” colour display.
The Realme Watch 2 Pro is priced at £69.99 and the Realme Watch 2 is priced at £49.99, available at Realme.com/uk and Amazon UK from June 16th.
TechLife Robot Vaccum
In addition, Realme introduces the first device offered under TechLife – the Robot Vacuum – which is the company’s most advanced smart home product to date with 38 built-in sensors that serve a multitude of functions to help the vacuum clean smartly.
Capable of fast and accurate real-time navigation and precise in-app room mapping, the latest LiDAR technology can improve the accuracy of up to 12% when compared to previous LiDAR generations.
By completing 360-degree laser scans per second, the Robot Vacuum can judge relative positions at an impressive accuracy rate of up to 98%. Realme TechLife Robot Vacuum also delivers a super-high suction and mopping power of 3000Pa, capable of cleaning large amounts of high-density garbage while keeping noise levels as low as 55dB on a quiet mode.
It also features a 5200mAh battery, a 600ml dust bin and a 300ml smart electronic water tank, ensuring that users do not have to constantly charge and empty the vacuum during cleaning.
Realme TechLife Robot Vacuum is priced from 299 euro (£260), available on AliExpress from 16th June.