Like its predecessor, the Watch 2 gets a 1.4-inch touchsceen IPS display with a 320×320 resolution and up to 600nits of brightness. You also get various customization options with over 100 faces to choose from, along with a multifunction button on the right side. It is lightweight at 68 grams and has an IP68 rating.
New to the Watch 2 is that it can track more sports—this time up to 90 sports modes compared to 14 on its predecessor. These include basketball, boxing, dancing, golf, hiking, indoor cycling, outdoor running, table tennis, and yoga.
You also get an SpO2 and heart rate monitor, along with sleep and stress tracking—though the heart rate sensor is said to have an upgraded PPG sensor to deliver amore accurate reading continuous heart rate monitoring. It is also part of realme’s aIoT ecosystem, so you can use the Watch 2 to control supported realme smart devices.
Despite being light, realme managed to cram in a 315mAh battery inside the Watch 2. That is bigger than the 160mAh cell found on its predecessor, with realme quoting up to 12 days of use on a single charge. Like its predecessor, charging is done using magnetic pins.
Other features of the Watch 2 incldue Hydration Reminder, Sedentary Reminder, Camera control, Meditation Assistant, and Bluetooth 5.0.
realme Watch 2 Price
The Watch 2 is priced art MYR 229 (~Php 2.7k). There are no availability details for the Watch 2 in Malaysia yet, though expect the brand to make it available in other countries including the Philippines.