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Dizo announced Watch D in June, followed by Watch D Plus in November, and now the family is expanding with two new members. The Realme TechLife brand announced Watch D Ultra and Watch D Pro with Dizo D1 chipset, Dizo OS and Bluetooth calling support.

Dizo Watch D Pro

The Pro variant comes with a 1.85” square display and one physical button on the side. The screen can reach up to 600 nits brightness and supports 60Hz refresh rate. The device has an aluminum frame with sensors for heart rate, SpO2 (blood oxygen) tracking, and it also can track sleep, calories, and steps.

Dizo brings Watch D Pro and Watch D Ultra with custom CPU and OS

The Dizo D1 chipset is advertised to come with an independent GPU and 4x more RAM on the side to bring fluid scrolling, better animation and “other powerful features”. The Dizo OS gained more features, support for more watchfaces and further customizations.


Dizo Watch D Pro
Dizo Watch D Pro
Dizo Watch D Pro
Dizo Watch D Pro

Dizo Watch D Pro

This Watch D Pro can track over 110 sports modes, including on board GPS tracking. Battery life is said to be up to 7 days.

Dizo is launching the Watch D Pro in Black, with three different color options for the silicone straps – Blue, White, or Black. The price is INR2,699 (about $32/€30), and the launch is scheduled for January 17 on Flipkart.

Dizo Watch D Ultra

The panel on the Ultra has a smaller 1.78” diagonal, but the panel is AMOLED with a higher 368×448 resolution. It comes with the same OS as the Pro, has Bluetooth calling support and carries the same array of sensors.

Dizo brings Watch D Pro and Watch D Ultra with custom CPU and OS

The Watch D Ultra stands out with a longer battery life of up to 10 days and a slightly different design.

Dizo brings Watch D Pro and Watch D Ultra with custom CPU and OS

The price here is set at INR3,299 ($40/€37), and color options again only concern the silicone strap – Bue, White, or Black. The launch is scheduled for this Friday, January 12, on Flipkart.

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