Realme announced something fascinating. The company is finally releasing its Band series competitor — the Realme Band. They confirmed that the company was working on a much-anticipated fitness tracker. But till now we don’t have heard much about it.
This ultra-budget fitness wearable comes full of a bunch of features, and it sports three colorways: black, green, and yellow. Recently, Realme aims to become “India’s largest tech lifestyle brand,” and therefore, the Realme Band looks like a reasonable step in this direction.
Realme Band is going to be available for purchase through a “Hate-to-wait” sale following its official launch in India on March 5. Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth disclosed through a tweet posted on Friday. The smart fitness band is going to be a neighborhood of the Chinese brand’s AI of things ecosystem that might also comprise a smartwatch. If we look at the renders shared by the brand, the Realme Band would have a design similar to that of the Honor Band 5. The fitness band would sport a curved and color display. This will notably happen just after the debut of the fitness band within the country that’s also scheduled for March 5.
The Realme Band features all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a contemporary fitness tracker. It praises a decent-sized a 0.96-inch 160 x 80 color display, a pulse sensor, sleeps tracking, workout tracking, and IP68 water resistance. It also supports mobile notifications, the projected battery life of up to nine days, and it even comes with a special cricket tracking mode for patrons in India. The Realme Band comes at a meager price Rs. 1,499. It is released to undercut the Xiaomi Mi Band 4.
The Realme Band is out there for purchase in India immediately on Realme’s website, but it’ll even be available on Amazon March 9. Realme also plans to release the device in additional markets within the near future, so keep an eye fixed out for that.
After teasing it for an extended time, Realme has finally launched its first fitness band called the Realme Band in India. The fitness band comes with real-time pulse monitoring, up to nine sports modes, and personalized dial faces.
Realme Band specifications
It has a slight button at rock bottom of the screen for straight forward navigation. The fitness band has a USB direct charge. Users get five watch faces to settle on from that are pre-installed within the group. To vary the watch face, users need to use the Realme Link app. This app will also be used to keep track of daily activities.
In terms of health features, it’s a 24/7 health assistant that has features like pulse monitoring, idle alert, and water drink reminder. Realme has also claimed that the real-time pulse monitor is customized for Indians to achieve more accuracy. The fitness band offers PPG optical pulse sensor that’s claimed to provide users with a real-time pulse every 5 minutes. Also, it has a sleep quality monitor that creates use of the movement and, therefore, the pulse to analyze sleep quality and evaluate sleeping patterns. It also offers to alert its users once they haven’t moved around during a while and to drink water.
One special mode of the Realme Band is that the cricket mode that’s said to be specifically designed for India.
The Realme Band comes with an IP68 rating, which suggests that it’s protected against dirt and water. Realme announced or claimed that it posses battery life up to 6-9 days. Similar to all other fitness bands, it also offers app alerts, including calls, SMS, and third-party apps, including WhatsApp and Gmail.