realme is known for making great wearables and the realme Watch S is no different in this regard. realme launched realme Watch S recently in Europe after its global debut in Pakistan. While a lot of users have been wondering why hasn’t realme launched the wearable in India yet. We now seem to know the reason why realme Watch S India launch hasn’t happened yet. The reason behind the delay might be due to Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification. Let us have a closer look on this matter..
realme Watch S India Launch Delayed?
According to the tweet by Honey Singh, the man behind Amazfit India, BIS has been delaying approval of wearables since April. The situation has gotten worse then it was in the beginning. BIS has not approved a single wearable since August. Due to this delay caused by BIS, brands can not launch their products even though users are interested in those products. This alone might be the reason why realme has not launched the realme Watch S in India yet. Generally, a company can not sell its products in India until it has not been certified by the BIS. Other brands like Xiaomi and Apple also seem to be affected due to this delay. We can expect the launch of realme Watch S soon after the BIS starts certifying wearables again.
To recall, realme Watch S is the first round dial smartwatch from the company. It comes with a large 1.3-inch display with support for an auto-brightness sensor. This makes it one the few watches to come with support for auto-brightness in its segment. The watch comes with support for real-time heart rate monitoring and also an SPO2 sensor to measure your blood oxygen levels, which is very helpful during these times. Talking about fitness, the watch comes with support for 16 different sports modes including Yoga, Cricket and more. According to realme, the watch packs a 390mAh battery, and as a result it can last up to 15 days of continuous usage. Furthermore, the watch is also IP68 water-resistant. realme Central aims to become a one-stop solution for realme users across the globe, join us on Twitter and Telegram.