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Struggling In The Smartphone Market Realme Now Has A Crack At Selling Toothbrushes

Struggling in the smartphone market, Chinese brand Realme has taken to launching toothbrushes and cameras after consumers dumped their smartphones due to actions by the ruling Chinese Communist Party

Tomorrow the Oppo linked smartphone brand who initially launched smartphones that were not certified for the Australian market is set to launch Realme Smart Cam 360° and the Realme N1 Sonic Electric Toothbrush, it’s not known whether the products will be launched in Australia.

Recently the brand moved to try and break into the South African market using stock dumped by Indian nationals who were incensed by the conflict taking place on their border between China and India.

The Realme N1 Sonic Electric Toothbrush model number RMH2013 is described as coming with a high-frequency sonic motor with an RPM of 20,000 and a noise level of 55db that draws power from an 800mAh battery.

Realme claims the battery life is up to 130 days and the spec sheet says it charges via a USB-C port at the bottom of the brush. The power input rating is just 5W and there are three charging protections built into the device.

The toothbrush ships with DuPoint™ 99.99% Antibacterial bristles made from food-grade material. It has three cleaning modes – Soft Mode for sensitive teeth, Clean Mode for daily use, and Polish Mode for shinning teeth. There is also a memory function that remembers the last mode you used.

The toothbrush will alert you after 30 seconds to switch to a different area in your mouth. After 2 minutes, the toothbrush will automatically stop. There are blue indicator bristles that alert you to replace the cleaning head once their colour fades. When it launches tomorrow, we should know how much replacement bristles cost

The Realme Smart Cam 360° with model number RMH2001 has support for 1080p video recording and a field of view of 105°. It also has AI motion detection, infrared night vision, 360° panoramic vision, voice talkback, full colour in low light, and multiple protection. One of the images shows that users can add stickers to the camera to make it look interesting. However, it is not stated that the stickers are included in the box.

There is a MicroSD card slot that allows users to add up to 128GB of storage. The spec sheet says it connects via 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and will send push notifications via the Realme Link app. The camera is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.

The smart home security camera weighs 190 grams and measures 114.3 x 71 x 65.8 millimetres. The power input rating for the Realme Smart Cam 360° is 5W and Realme includes a power adapter and USB cable in the box. There is also a wall-mounting accessory inside too.


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