Dizo Watch R Talk: Bluetooth Calling

Written by Rahul Makwana


Dizo Watch R Talk is priced at Rs 4,999 while its available in Classic Black and Silver Grey  color options.


The Dizo Watch R Talk comes with 1.30-inches AMOLED Rectangle display with a resolution of 360x 360 Pixels with a pick brightness of 500 nits.

The screen brightness is well-balanced, whether you want to use a smartwatch outdoors or indoors, you will be able to do everything from reading text to calling someone via Bluetooth.

The watch does have a few bezels but you won’t notice them in day-to-day life because dizo has added numbers on the rotating bezel.

Overall, you will be more than happy with the display quality, its good quality AMOLED display with responsive watch UI.

Design, Comfort, and Build

The smartwatch has a metal frame and Stainless Steel Buckle while the strep is made out of Silicone and the back side is made from plastic.

Because of the metal, the Dizo Watch R Talk has 61 grams of weight (without a strap). Now for those who wanted a budget yet premium-looking smartwatch then you can consider the Dizo Watch R Talk because the metal build

The watch is also comfortable to wear, you can also wear the watch at night too and you won’t feel uncomfortable at all.

The Dizo Watch R Talk has a solid build, it’s comfortable to wear and the design makes it more appealing.

Speaker and Microphone

Take the Bluetooth Calling feature as an add-on because it doesn’t work the best outdoors, it works the best indoors because of the less noise.

Now, RealMe has added a better speaker in this smartwatch compared to RealMe Watch 3 Pro but still, if there are lots of people around and noise then you might have a hard time hearing other person’s voice on the call.

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This means, the microphone quality is great, and another person will be able to hear your voice even in a bit crowded place, the problem comes with the speaker.

Health and Fitness Tracking

It has an optical heart rate sensor that provides close to accurate data, so keep the error margin around 5%.

So let’s say, the oximeter shows 99% SpO2 data then the Dizo Watch R Talk will show you around 97 to 99.

Heart-Rate & SpO2

For some reason, the sleep data was not accurate for me, about a day ago I was watching Friends on Netflix at around 8 PM but somehow, Dizo Watch R Talk counted a few extra hours in sleep tracking.

Sleep Monitoring

I went to sleep at 11 PM but Dizo App was showing that I went to sleep at 8:45 PM.

I went to sleep at 11 PM but Dizo App was showing that I went to sleep at 8:45 PM.

Overall, expect Sleep Tracking, Dizo Watch R Talk is a good option even for exercise, it’s not the best option for outdoor running as it doesn’t have built-in GPS.

Battery Life

If you use all the features from SpO2, heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking then expect the battery life to be around 2 to 2 days battery life.

Now, if you don’t use all the features then you will get battery life to be around 6 to 7 days.


If you wanted good looking smartwatch with the solid build quality and Bluetooth calling then yes, the Dizo Watch R Talk is worth buying but if you wanted a smartwatch for fitness tracking then this might be not the best option as it doesn’t have built-in GPS.

Still, Confused, do read my full review with Pros and cons