Realme Philippines expands once again its portfolio of wearable tech by announcing the coming launch of the Realme Watch – their competitively-priced, youth-friendly smart watch.
As numbers of the youth leading active lifestyles grew in the past few years, so did the demand for decent fitness trackers. Undoubtedly, it’s hard to spot anyone not wearing a smart watch nowadays as more people seek to go digital and live wireless.
Projections even say that this upward trend in the wearable tech industry is unlikely to slow down as more people, especially the youth, become more concerned with metabolic disease, necessitating the kind of 24/7 health monitoring a wearable monitor is capable of. Because of this, makers of fitness trackers have worked to develop more affordable variants for this younger market, especially as consumers turn more frugal amid the pandemic.
Recognizing the unique demand of the youth, China-owned tech company Realme announces that it will be releasing the Realme Watch – their latest addition to their range of accessories – to the Philippine market in the coming weeks.
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Touting themselves as the ‘lifestyle partner of the youth’, the Realme Watch will be the second affordable fitness tracker to be released to the Philippine market this year, just following the Realme Band which launched back in May. The watch will also be launching together with its latest model of smartphone, the Realme X3 SuperZoom.
The Realme Watch drops in the market on Thursday, July 9 with a price of PHP 3,990. Lazada will also be offering a 1,000-peso discount for the Watch during their 7.15 Mid-year Sale.