Monday, August 15, 2022

DIZO Watch, GoPods, and GoPods D listed at Shopee Malaysia

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Realme is just a three-year-old brand, however, it has grown leaps and bounds in this short span. Realme launched DIZO some days ago only and their new products are in front of us. DIZO Watch, GoPods and GoPods D are listed at Shopee. Realme when Launching DIZO said that DIZO is its first brand under the Realme TechLife branding which allows Realme to create a persona of a “major” company that is fostering multiple brands under its wings and will help them diversify their market. And now they have launched their first product so let’s have a look at them.

DIZO Watch

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The DIZO Watch features a square dial, with a 1.4-inch TFT display that has a screen resolution of 320×320 pixels and a maximum screen brightness of 600nits. The wearable offers multiple Sports Modes, including Outdoor running, indoor running, outdoor walking, indoor walking, outdoor cycling, cycling, hiking, basketball, yoga, rowing, ellipse, cricket, strength training, exercise, and more.

The DIZO Watch offers a 315mAh battery which is said to last up to 12 days on a single charge. The DIZO Watch comes with an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance. The smartwatch could be charged using a magnetic charging connector included in the box. The smartwatch is said to be equipped with a heart rate monitoring sensor that can send the users a notification when the heart rate is too high. Further, there’s support for SpO2 monitoring as well. The DIZO Watch weights at 38g can use Bluetooth v5 for connectivity. Users can pair their smartphones with their watches using the Realme Link application.

Finally, the watch will be available in two colors: Black and Silver. Shopee lists the watch at 1999 THB which converts to about Rs.4,700.

DIZO GoPods and GoPods D

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The DIZO GoPods appear relatively identical to the Realme Buds Air 2, while the GoPods D is identical to the Realme Buds Q2 in terms of specifications, and other aspects. The Dizo GoPods will support the Active Noise Cancellation, otherwise known as ANC up to 25db. It will be powered by Realme’s in-house R2 chip and will offer up to 25 hours of music playback. It also assists an 88ms low latency mode for gaming.

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The DIZO GoPods D is rebranded Realme Buds Q2 that launched last month in Pakistan. It features a large 10mm bass boost driver and moreover supports a 110ms low latency gaming mode. The DIZO GoPods D packs a 400mAh battery and weighs just 39grams in total.

The DIZO GoPods is priced at 2,690,000 Vietnamese Dongs (approx Rs. 8,460), while the GoPods D is priced at 790,000 Vietnamese Dongs (approx 2,480).

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Since the brand will be exclusively launching AIoT products, you can expect to see all kinds of smart devices such as smart bulbs, smart speakers, smartwatches, and more that were previously launching under Realme.

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