- Realme is launching the Realme TV and Realme Watch this month.
- Realme TV has been certified previously on BIS website.
- Realme Watch has also been shown off briefly previously.
Realme has announced it is holding an event on May 25 in India to unveil its long-awaited products, Realme TV and Realme Watch. The Realme TV and Realme Watch were confirmed to launch months ago by company CEO Madhav Sheth but that could not happen ever since the lockdown started in India. The Realme TV and Realme Watch will be categorised under company's UNI Smart AIoT ecosystem, which was detailed at the launch of Realme 6 series in March.
In a media invite, Realme has detailed the event will take place at 12:30 pm on Monday, May 25. This will be an online event, much like the previous one for company's Narzo series launch. A recorded message will be live-streamed on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter simultaneously for users to catch up with the real-time updates from the event.
Sheth has also shared a fresh video teaser on Twitter that shows the outline of the top of the Realme Watch.
The Realme TV has cropped up earlier on various certification websites and has been leaked numerously. According to the Bluetooth SIG website, the Realme TV will have a 32-inch and a 43-inch TV model. But its listing on the BIS website suggested there will also be a 55-inch mode for Realme TV. Its remote control was also certified on the Bluetooth SIG website. Later, Realme TV was claimed to have been spotted on the Android TV certification website, hinting that the upcoming TV will run Google's Android ecosystem.
A recent leak also claimed to reveal what looks like the photo of Realme TV's retail packages stored in a warehouse. The retail packages show the Realme TV will at least have a 43-inch model. Moreover, the native support for Netflix has also been purported in the leak. Since Realme is offering the Netflix app out of the box, it is likely the Realme TV will come with HDR10 and Dolby Vision support, as well.
Coming to the Realme Watch, it has been leaked in renders after company CEO Madhav Sheth was spotted sporting it in one of his Q&A videos. The Realme Watch is likely to come in a squarish design with straps similar to those on the Apple Watch. There will be a focus on Indic languages (including Hindi) on the smartwatch, as revealed by the screenshots of the interface. The Realme Watch is also said to run a custom OS and not Wear OS.