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Now, make all electrical devices smart with Realme’s new Smart Plug

This smart plug, which will be on sale from October 16, will cost people Rs 799.  

Realme has added another affordable smart device to its list of recent releases — Realme Smart Plug.

This device, which was launched on October 8, 2020, comes with a smart remote Wi-Fi control. It is a three-pin designed plug that has 6A maximum current output. The Smart Plug uses 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and has a five-layer security protection along with safety shutter for kids.

Other specifications include 100-250V wide-range input, 750 C° V0 flame-retardant, which makes it safer as it will slow burn when exposed to flames or self-extinguish.

The device, which will only be available in colour white, is priced at Rs 799.

Also read: Realme launches new SLED TV: How is it different from QLED?

The Realme Smart Plug has 2000 V surge protection and overheating protection as well. The device is voice-controlled by connecting to Google Assistant or Alexa.

It is an easier device to install. All you have to do is first download the Realme Link app from PlayStore. Connect the SmartPlug to a power socket and hold it until you see the indicator light signals red. Now link the device with the Realme Link app and pair the device with your Smartphone.

This will allow users to control your connected devices like fan and light from anywhere in the house or even outside the house. By launching this SmartPlug, Realme aims at transfiguring other home devices like fans and lights into smarter products.

This product will go on sale on October 16.

Sampurna Maity
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