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Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 India Launch date set for May 18, teased to offer up to 12 days of battery life


Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 is set to launch in India on May 18, the Chinese smartphone brand has announced via a dedicated landing page on its website. The new wearable will come under Realme’s TechLife brand and it’s teased to feature a 1.69-inch HD color display. The Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 will feature skin and body temperature monitors as well as a heart rate tracker. It is said to offer up to 12 days of battery life on a single charge. The next model is expected to succeed Realme TechLife Watch S100 which debuted in March in India.

Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 is scheduled to launch on May 18 at 12:30 PM IST. A dedicated microsite on the Realme India website teases the smartwatch’s main specs ahead of its launch. Interested customers can click the “Notify Me” button on the website to get the latest updates on the launch.

The Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 is listed in two different color options with a rectangular dial and a side button for navigation. It’s teased to come with a 1.69-inch HD color display. The wearable will track skin and body temperature as well as heart rate. Plus, it has a step counter along with built-in features like reminders, calendar, and weather updates. The smartwatch’s battery is said to offer a battery life of up to 12 days on a single charge.

The upcoming Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 is expected to come with upgrades over the Realme TechLife Watch S100 smartwatch launched in the country in March this year with a price tag of Rs. 2,499. black and gray colors. The price of the new laptop could be aligned with this. The Realme TechLife Watch SZ100 is expected to arrive in two color options – Magic Gray and Lake Blue, in India.


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