Realme entered into the wearable market of India with the launch of the Realme Band. The brand’s first fitness band comes at an affordable price of Rs 1,499 and takes on the likes of Xiaomi’s Mi Band 4 and Honor Band 5. Realme Band is one of the many devices that the brand will launch in the future as a part of a complete ecosystem.
All the devices, including the fitness band, smartwatch, smart speakers among others, will be linked together via an app called Realme Link. The Realme Link is essentially a one-stop solution for all the Realme accessories, which also includes the recently launched Realme Buds Air.
It comes with a 0.96-inch LCD colour non-touchscreen panel on the front. It has a resolution of 80×160 pixels. Since the display does not have a touch interface, Realme has given a single point touch point right below the display. The Realme Band has 4MB of flash memory and a 90mAh battery, which is rated to take less than 2 hours to fully charge and a life of about nine days without the heart rate function and six days with the function on.
Realme Band has nine sports mode – Cricket, yoga, running, walking, hiking, climbing, cycling, spinning, fitness. For health monitoring, the Realme Band comes with automated heart rate measurement, 24-hour real-time heart rate measurement, resting heart rate, exercise heart rate, sleep detection, steps throughout the day, calories, distance, water reminder, sedentary reminder. The Realme Band is IP68 water and dust resistant as well.
The Realme Band is available in Black, Olive Green and the company’s trademark Yellow. The bands measure 16mm wide and are easily interchangeable.
The Realme Band will be available for Rs 1,499. Full on market release is happening on March 9.