This article originally appeared on ABACUS Realme saw rapid growth in 2019, especially in India, where it became the fourth most popular smartphone brand in the country in the first quarter, according to IDC. And now the Oppo spin-off brand is expanding in India to include a smartwatch and smart TV in its offerings. The Realme Watch will come with a square 1.4-inch LCD screen. It’s also equipped with heart rate and oxygen monitors, a fitness tracker and the ability to control music, smartphone cameras and smart homes. The company is also launching the Realme Smart TV, which runs on Android TV. It features a nearly bezel-less LED display measuring either 32 inches or 43 inches and has 24W Dolby Quad Stereo speakers. Like many other Chinese brands, Realme has largely won over consumers with smartphones offering a good price-to-quality ratio. The company recently introduced a somewhat pricier 5G phone called X50 Pro with a price tag of US$640. The Realme Watch will go on sale for 3,999 rupees (US$53) on June 5 on the company’s website and local ecommerce platform Flipkart . The Smart TV will start at 12,999 rupees (US$172).