Realme recently launched its highly awaited smart band, Realme Band, with its Realme 6, and Realme 6 Pro smartphone. Realme goes with a competitive price point of INR 1,499 with its latest offering. The fitness band will directly compete with Xiaomi’s Mi Band 4. But, a price difference of INR 800 will help Realme to gain a competitive advantage over its rival.
Specifications of Realme Band
The significant price difference between the two devices can be perfectly noticeable in the display quality of both bands. The Mi band has a 0.95″ OLED screen with an impressive resolution of 120×240 pixels. But, on the other hand, the recently launched Realme Band carries a 0.96″ color display with a resolution of 80×160 pixels. The band weighs around 20g, and it has a battery capacity of 90mAh. The company claims that the battery can last up to 10 days with a single charge.
Though the company compromised with the screen quality, the band is feature-packed. Realme Band supports Bluetooth 4.2, and it has a heart rate sensor, accelerometer, and vibration motor. The company is also offering the latest IP 68 rating for water and dust resistance. Therefore, you can safely use the smartwatch on your swimming pool without worrying about any damage.
One can access the Realme Band by using the Realme Link application. The basic purpose of the band is to track the owner’s activity and offer him a clear picture. Besides, the band supports notifications from all the applications like Facebook, Whatsapp, Gmail, etc. The device will monitor the user’s heart rate every five minutes automatically.
Realme Band also monitors the sleep cycle, and provide a report about the sleeping pattern of the user. The band will act as a reminder for drinking water in a regular interval of time.