RealMe Watch 3 Review

Written by Rahul Makwana


RealMe Watch 3 is priced at Rs 3,499  while its available in black and grey color options.



The RealMe Watch 3 comes with 1.80-inches TFT Rectangle display with a resolution of 240 x 286 Pixels with a pick brightness of 500 nits.

Now, just like everyone else, I would have loved to see, the AMOLED display but again, this is Rs 3,499 smartwatch, in short, you won’t get everything in budget smartwatches.

By the way, the display quality is great, the 500 nits brightness helps a lot while using the smartwatch outdoors. The screen is also fluid because of the improved watch UI.

Design, Comfort, and Build

The RealMe Watch 3 supports 22mm strep while with strep, it has 40 grams of weight. So yes, the watch is lightweight because of the plastic build.

Now, the design is subjective, so if you like Rectangle design then you will adore this smartwatch but if you wanted a round design then this is not the best option for you.

Speaker and Microphone

For some reason, the microphone is great but the same can’t be said for the speaker.

Now, if you’re at home or somewhere else where there is no noise then you will be able to hear someone on call but if you’re in a crowded place then it will get hard to hear someone because the speaker doesn’t go very loud.

By the way, the RealMe Watch 3 doesn’t have SIM Card support, it relies on Bluetooth. In short, keep your smartphone with the smartwatch all the time to use the calling feature.


I was a bit shocked when I show the results, the heart rate and SpO2 sensors work the best with this smartwatch, I don’t know what RealMe has done this time but it works great.

By the way, the sleep monitoring data is not that great, so don’t trust this watch at all, it’s good that RealMe has added but still, the sleep monitoring needs to be fixed. I will let you know after some time, how it performs.

Overall, now, if you're a fitness freak then you should go with Amazfit but if you're not then you will be more than happy with the RealMe Watch 3.

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 3 days battery life.

Now, if you don’t use all the features then you will get battery life to be around 5 to 7 days.


It’s a green light from my side, you can consider buying the RealMe Watch 3 but if don’t care about the calling feature then do consider the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro (read review) which is available at Rs 3999 but it will give more accurate fitness, SpO2, or even heart rate data.