Dizo Watch Could Be Your Budget Fitness Companion

The Dizo Watch also comes with a heart-rate sensor and SpO2 monitoring, both of which are useful features in today's day and age. The smartwatch also comes with 90 sports modes, which make use of unique algorithms for specific activities. These activities include the likes of yoga, rowing, spinning, basketball, elliptical, cricket, free workouts and spinning.

Highlights

  • The watch can record daily and weekly exercise durations and calorie consumption levels
  • The Realme Dizo Watch has been priced at Rs 3,499
  • Chinese Smartphone maker Realme recently launched its sub-brand Dizo

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Chinese Smartphone maker Realme recently launched its sub-brand Dizo, which had launched a couple of products, ranging from feature phones to audio products.

Today, the company launched the Dizo watch, which is part of the company's latest TechLife ecosystem, which is expected to bring with it an amalgamation of smartphones and other products.

The Dizo watch makes use of a 1.4-inch touchscreen display with an IP68 rating, making the watch dust and water-resistant. The company added that it will come with Smart AIoT control, which should allow for controlling of the company's IoT ecosystem which can be used via the Realme Link App.

Realme's Dizo Watch is The Latest Smartwatch from the Brand

The Dizo Watch also comes with a heart-rate sensor and SpO2 monitoring, both of which are useful features in today's day and age. The smartwatch also comes with 90 sports modes, which make use of unique algorithms for specific activities. These activities include the likes of yoga, rowing, spinning, basketball, elliptical, cricket, free workouts and spinning.

The watch can also record daily and weekly exercise durations and calorie consumption levels, which can provide that extra bit of data for the fitness freak in you.

The touchscreen, which was mentioned above offers a PPI of 323, quite similar to other smartwatches in its category. The display has a peak brightness of 600 nits and 30 fps refresh rates, with the latter not playing a huge role in a smartwatch.

The Dizo watch comes with Live Watch Faces, which are pretty similar to live wallpapers that come on Android handsets. This feature will offer dynamic dial backgrounds with users given to option to customize the same. There are also 60 different watch dials that appeal to both men and women.

Users will also be given the option to personalize their watches by using photos that they might have on their smartphones, which can allow you to set a picture of yourself or a loved one as the watch face.

Finally, the watch depends on a 315 mAh battery, which can provide 12 days of charge. There is a magnetic charging base and BT 5.0 on board.

The Realme Dizo Watch has been priced at Rs 3,499 and will be on offer via both Flipkart and Realme's official website. This launch comes at a time when more and more users are getting more interested in smartwatches, so we might see more and more fitness bands being launched in the upcoming months.

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