Realme has just unveiled a new wearable. Called the Realme Band 2, the device has been launched in Malaysia and it is not yet known if or when it will make its way to Indian shores. However, considering that the device’s predecessor was launched in the country, it should eventually make its way to Indian shores.
The wearable sports a 1.4-inch colour display, which is much larger than the 0.96-inch display on the first Realme Band. It offers a resolution of 167x320p and a maximum brightness of 500 nits. It also offers over 50 watch faces to choose from along with the option to swap straps as needed.
At the back of the device is an optical heart rate tracker that is used for 24x7 heart rate monitoring. The wearable also offers users the option to monitor blood oxygen levels. In fact, Realme claims that the Band 2 is capable of tracking over 90 activities. These include yoga, outdoor walks, cycling, cricket, basketball and more. Further, the device is water-resistant to 50m, which means it should be able to survive dips in the pool with ease.
The Realme Band 2 can also be used to track sleep. Realme also claims that users can expect a battery life of 12-days on a single charge. As with most other Realme wearables, the wearable can be used to control other Realme AIoT devices such as the recently launched Realme Buds Air 2.
The Realme Band 2 is priced at RM169, which is approximately Rs 2,900 when directly converted. As mentioned earlier, the company has not yet confirmed the device's availability in India yet, but it should arrive sooner rather than later. you can learn more about the device on Realme's official Malaysian page here.
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