Today marks another milestone for realme, as they’ve just officially launched their flagship device, the X3 SuperZoom, as well as their very own Smartwatch, the realme Watch in the Philippines, adding to its growing portfolio of devices.
realme X3 SuperZoom
For its cameras, it’s got a 64 main shooter, an 8MP 5x Periscope Zoom Lens, an 8MP ultra-wide unit, and a 2MP macro snapper. Upfront is a 32MP Sony IMX616 main sensor paired with an 8MP ultra-wide unit. The device is capable of up to 60x hybrid zoom.
The brand’s own smartwatch boasts IP68 water resistance and has a 1.4-inch touch display with a resolution of 320 x 320 pixels, 380 nits of brightness, and protected by Gorilla Glass 3. Choose from a variety of available watch faces to match your mood and style.
For health buffs, it can monitor your heart rate, sleep, and SpO2 level, and support for 14 sport modes including Badminton, Treadmill, Table Tennis, and more.
You can use the watch to control music playback, and as a remote shutter for your phone’s camera. It can also receive and show notifications, remind you to drink water, and alert you to move about when you’re sitting for too long.
With 24/7 heart rate monitoring enabled, realme Watch’s 160mAh battery can deliver up to 7 days of uptime and up to 9 days with the feature disabled.
Just like its watch faces, you can also change the watch strap to mix and match and let the device adhere to your fashion statement.
realme X3 SuperZoom comes in two colors – Glacier Blue and Arctic White and is priced at PhP24,990.
- Pre-order period runs from July 9 to July 17, 2020 via concept stores, kiosks, and select stores nationwide. Those who will pre-order will receive a FREE realme Buds Air (Black) worth PhP3,990.
- On July 9, 2020, avail of the early bird offer for the X3 SuperZoom in Lazada and get a FREE realme Buds Air worth PhP3,990.
realme Watch is priced at PhP3,990.
- Get PhP1,000 off the SRP at Lazada’s 7.15 Mid-Year Sale.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.