DIZO has recently introduced the DIZO Watch R in the Indian market. The DIZO Watch R features an AMOLED display. The Dizo Watch R is priced at Rs 3,999, though it was sold for Rs 3,499 under the launching offer. The DIZO Watch R is the company’s first-round display smartwatch.
DIZO Watch R Review:
Specifications of DIZO Watch R:
The DIZO Watch R has a 1.3-inch ultra sharp AMOLED display with a resolution of 360×360 pixels. The watch comes with a 45mm round dial that is in a metal frame. There is also a 2.5D curved glass on the display that comes with an anti-fingerprint coating. It comes with 150+ customizable watch faces. The most special thing is that in it you also get an always-on display. The Dizo Watch R, which comes with a round screen, is the company’s first smartwatch.
Apart from this, in addition to the heart rate monitor sensor, a spO2 sensor for blood oxygen has also been given. For water resistance, it has got a rating of 5ATM. It has been claimed to have a backup of 10 days due to its battery life. With this, more than 150 watch faces will be supported. With this, you will get a magnetic charging dock. It will be connected with the Dizo app. The case of Dizo Watch R is metal and it has two buttons. The watch can be purchased in classic black, classic pink, and silver-grey colors.
Design of DIZO Watch R:
Apple Watch and Samsung Galaxy Watch can’t be bought by all people. In such a situation, the rs 5,000 segment in smartwatches is growing very fast. In this segment also you will get smartwatches with designs like Apple Watch and Galaxy Watch. The Dizo Watch R is one of them. Its design is similar to the Galaxy Watch.
The Dizo Watch R is like a premium smartwatch in terms of look. It is quite a light watch and the quality of the silicon strap is good. You can also replace the strap if you want. There are two buttons in the right of the watch that can be used for navigation and menu.
DIZO Watch R Review: Display
The DIZO Watch R has a 1.3-inch ultra sharp AMOLED display with a resolution of 360×360 pixels. The watch comes with a 45mm round dial that is in a metal frame. There is also a 2.5D curved glass on the display that comes with an anti-fingerprint coating. It comes with 150+ customizable watch faces. The most special thing is that in it you also get an always-on display. Bezels are rarely found with the watch. The edges are curved. The touch response of the display is excellent. The display’s brightness is 550 nits which is enough for the outdoors.
DIZO Watch R Review: Performance
You can pair it with the Dizo app. Earlier, it was getting support in the Realme Link app, but not now. Through the app, you can change the settings of brightness, watch faces, camera shutters, etc. The app is quite smooth. Along with this, custom watch faces are also available, i.e. you can also use your photo as a watch face. The watch’s haptic motor is powerful. The vibration is great, in such a situation you will hardly miss any reminders.
It does not have a speaker and there is no calling facility. The button on the top can be used for the back and the bottom one can be used for sports mode. The statistics of the SpO2 sensor, step counter, and heart rate are accurate. It does not get inbuilt GPS, in such a way, the watch uses the GPS of the phone. During cycling, the speed information is not available on the screen, nor does the app reveal what your speed has been. There is no problem with connectivity with the watch.
DIZO Watch R Review: Battery
The battery life of the DIZO Watch R is good. Even if you use the Always-on Display regularly, you will get a backup of up to a week, if you keep the always on display and heart rate sensor off or sometimes use it, then you will get a backup of 10-12 days comfortably. The battery can be fully charged within two hours. The watch has a 280mAh battery.
So overall, in the range of four thousand rupees, the DIZO Watch R is a good smartwatch with an AMOLED display. Get a great look with it. The build quality is also good and you are getting a brand value.
Ethan is a senior writer at Crunchoid Inc, where he covers media and advertising and co-hosts the Original Content podcast. Previously, he worked as a tech writer at a famous media publication and as a senior editor at a tech blog.