Chinese smartphone brand Realme has launched its first fitness band named Realme band in India on March 5, 2020. The company has finally released the competitor of the Xiaomi MI Band series. The band is designed to be the competitor of Mi Band 4 and possesses the features like smart notifications and USB Direct Charge.
It was expected that the company would launch the fitness band along with its new smartphone Realme X50 Pro, but it released the band alone on March 5.
The band is available online on Realme.com as well as Amazon. The core features of the band include up to 9 days of battery life, personalized dial faces, and real-time monitoring of heart rate.
The Realme Band can be connected with the Android smartphone with the help of the Realme Link App. The Realme Band launched in India also contains Cricket Mode, and this feature is launched explicitly for Indian users.
Realme Claims that it has customized the real-time heart rate monitor in order to provide India users with more accuracy. The fitness band is bundled with an optical heart rate sensor that will provide the users with a real-time heart rate every five minutes.
Realme Band Price
In India, the price of the Realme band has been set at Rs 1,499. The fitness is available in three different strap colors: Yellow, Black, and Green. The first regular sale of the band was started at 12 pm from March 9 through the official website of the company, Realme.com.
The band would soon be made available on the offline stores as well as Amazon.
Just to remind you that Xiaomi launched Mi Band 4 at a price of Rs 2,499, and at present,
the band is available at the cost of Rs 2,299.
Realme Band Features and Specifications
The Realme Band is bundled with a wide range of features, and the primary features of the band include a 0.96-inch (2.4 cm) TFT LCD panel. The color panel contains a resolution of 80×160 pixels.
The display possesses a touch button. It supports the brightness of five-levels, and the brightness can be adjusted using the Realme Link app. In addition to this, the panel of display wakes up through a lift by making use of the built-in gravity sensor.
The band contains five dial faces, and you can apply these faces on the band using the Realme Link app. The company has promised the users that over-the-air (OTA) updates in futures will add new faces to the dial.
The Realme Band is profoundly beneficial for fitness lovers. The band comes with a highly precise PPG optical heart rate sensor. The band measures the user’s real-time heart rate every five minutes.
The band features Sleep Quality Monitor that makes use of algorithms to evaluate sleep quality and create a report in order to help the users in understanding their sleeping patterns. The band also contains Alert features in order to remind the users to take a walk or move after sitting for a long time.
Nine Sports modes are comprised of the Realme band, including yoga, running, and walking. You can store any three of the available modes in the fitness band. For cricket loves, the band contains Cricket Mode, which provides detailed statistics while playing the match.
The band is bundled with a 90mAh battery that is expected to last six to nine days. The Realme Band also contains Bluetooth v4.2, a three-axis accelerometer, and a rotor vibration motor. It is compatible with running at least Android 5.0 lollipop version.
The band is packed with smart notifications, and it supports apps like Instagram, Whatsapp, TikTok, Youtube, and Twitter. In addition to this, the band also contains multi-language and multi-dial fonts.
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