Another interesting novelty of the global presentation of Realme was the TechLife Robot Vacuum robot vacuum cleaner. This is the first such device from a Chinese manufacturer.
The novelty has received the appearance already familiar for robotic vacuum cleaners, the LiDAR system, which allows you to create a room map, as well as 38 sensors. They help the device avoid crashing into obstacles.
The vacuum cleaner has four modes of operation. The most powerful boasts a suction rate of 3000 Pa, and the weakest one has 500 Pa. By the way, it is also the quietest (noise level 55 dB). The novelty also includes a 600 ml dust collector, two brushes, three layers of filters for capturing PM2.5 particles, support for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, as well as a floor cleaning function with an intelligent water management system. Unfortunately, in order for this to work, you will have to separately buy a 300 ml water tank.
As for autonomy, a 5200 mAh battery is responsible for it in Realme TechLife Robot Vacuum. According to the company, this amount will be enough for 300 minutes of cleaning. As soon as the battery runs out, the robot will return to the docking station by itself. The charging time is 3 hours.
Realme TechLife Robot Vacuum is already on sale. For a novelty they ask for 299 euros in Europe.
Recall that on June 15, Realme also introduced the Realme GT 5G smartphone and the Realme Watch 2 and Realme Watch 2 Pro smartwatches to the global market. In addition, the company has officially confirmed that it is preparing its first laptop and tablet for the announcement.