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Realme launches 5 AIoT products in the Philippines with P1,000 off until July 7, 2021


After the live event of realme PH on Facebook earlier, we have welcomed their newest AIoT products that are now available on the Philippine market. The Watch 2 Series, realme Night Light, realme Protable Bluetooth Speaker, and their newest wireless headphones–the realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo. With their #StayHealthywithrealme, the company wants to kickstart your wellness journey to a better and healthier lifestyle and offers a wide sort of product that is part of realme’s ecosystem in the country.

realme Watch 2 Pro

Style Meets Sports–that’s the slogan of their newest smartwatches, the Watch 2 and Watch 2 Pro. The bigger brother has a great design and a bigger 1.75″ LCD screen with 600nits and 90 Sports Modes to enjoy and monitor activities outdoors. It also has an upgraded battery life of up to 14 days (as advertised) and up to 100+ stylish watch faces.

The realme Watch 2 Pro now features high precision dual-satellite GPS to monitor and track location activities and it can allow you to control your other AIoT devices through your smartwatch using their new Smart AIoT Control feature. It also features a 3-axis accelerometer, SpO2 monitor, and a 24/7 PPG Heart rate monitor while having IP68 dust and water-resistant.

realme Watch 2

Meanwhile the vanilla version–realme Watch 2 features a smaller display and battery but with the improved LCD display quality. It also features Blood Oxygen and 24/7 Heart Rate Monitor to keep track of health and also the 90 Sports modes to enjoy and play. The battery could last up to 12 days as advertised.

realme Wireless 2 Neo

On the other hand, their latest TWS with Bluetooth and Active Noise Cancellation–the realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo has an improved 11.2mm Dynamic Bass Boost Driver for a crispier sound. It also has an 88ms Super Low Latency for faster and more stable connection, and Nonstop fitness and entertainment with up to 17 Hours of Battery life (as advertised). Other features of the Buds Wireless 2 Neo are IPx4 resistant, magnetic instant connection, and a Type-C charging.

realme Night Light

Earlier today realme also introduced their new Night Light with a simple donut-shaped with minimal design and low power consumption. The night light is powered by three Double AA batteries and promises an up to 1-year battery life. It also features a high-precision motion detection sensor or motion-activated function to shine your darkroom in the middle of the night.

realme Pocket Bluetooth Speaker

As they introduced new products, they also released their most-awaited Bluetooth Speaker. The realme Pocket Bluetooth Speaker is backed by a 3W dynamic bass boost driver with IPx5 water-resistant. It is light and portable with 2 color variants–classic black and dessert white. It also advertised to last up to 6hr long playback.


The new realme watches are now available in the Philippines with the official price tag of P4,490 for the realme Watch 2 Pro and they have an early bird offer of P1,000 [email protected]P3,490 for a limited time offer on Lazada & Shopee, tomorrow, July 7 only. While the vanilla version the realme Watch 2 is priced at P2,990 and you can also buy the product with P1,000 [email protected]P1,990.

The realme Night Light is just priced at P590 and they also offer a P200 [email protected]P390 for a limited time offer on Lazada & Shopee on July 7.

On the other hand, their latest TWS–realme Buds Wireless 2 Neo–has an SRP of P1,490 which you can also buy at P500 [email protected]P990 for a limited time offer on Lazada & Shopee on July 7 as well.

The realme Pocket Bluetooth Speaker has an SRP of P990 but they offer an early bird price of P400 [email protected]P590 for a limited time offer also on Lazada & Shopee on July 7.

All newest realme AIoT devices will be available on all realme stores nationwide starting on Thursday, July 8, 2021.

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