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Realme Band Set to Go on Sale in India Today at 12 Noon: Price and Specification

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Realme Band, the company’s first-ever fitness tracker, will go on sale in India for the first time today. The Realme Band sale will go live on Realme.com and Amazon India at 12PM IST. Realme Band’s launch on March 5, the fitness band was available on Realme’s official website, however, it was only there for a limited time period as a part of the company’s “Hate-to-Wait” sale. The wearable touts a curved design, coloured display and features like continuous heart rate tracking, sleep tracking and workout modes like Cricket, among other things. The Realme Band is one of the most affordable fitness trackers in the market right now, but that does not mean you should buy it blindly.

Realme Band price and offers in India

The biggest factor to consider the Realme Band is its price. The fitness band’s price in India is set at Rs 1,499, making it more affordable than the likes of Mi Band 4 (Review) and Honor Band 5i that are priced at Rs 2,299 and Rs 1,899, respectively. The Relame Band will definitely look appealing to a price-sensitive market like India.

The fitness band is available on Realme’s official website with limited offers including an “exchange offer”. The band that is also available on Amazon for the same price, however, the e-commerce website does not include any offers. Additionally, the band is available at various offline stores.

Realme Band specifications and Features

Realme Band flaunts a 0.96-inch colour curved LCD display with 160 x 80 pixels resolution, also five dial faces that can be applied on the Realme Band using the Realme Link app. The company had earlier promised that future over-the-air (OTA) updates will add additional dial faces.

There’s a touch-button that can be used for navigation and other operations, and raise to wake up function, thanks to gravity sensor. The Band features TPU material that is water, cold, oil and ageing resistant. It is capable of pushing low-battery alerts, automatic motion recognition, goal completion reminder and more.

Specifically designed for fitness enthusiasts, the band has nine sport modes that include walking, running, and yoga among others. Also, include real-time heart rate and sleep quality monitor, idle alerts, and can track nine different sports, including cycling, running, walking, hiking, climbing, yoga, workouts, and spinning. There is also the Cricket Mode that offers detailed statistics while playing a cricket match.

There is a 90mAh battery that is claimed to last up to nine days without heart rate function enabled. It features a plug-and-charge design without needing any extra wires and can display notifications from the connected smartphone. The Realme Link app can be used to connect the band to the smartphone. The brand says that it’ll push an OTA update to enable multi-language font and weather forecast features shortly. The Realme Band weighs 20 grams and measures 19.6 X 11.9 X 240mm.

The Realme Band includes a three-axis accelerometer, rotor vibration motor, and Bluetooth v4.2. The band is compatible with devices running at least Android 5.0 Lollipop and it is equipped with a 90mAh battery that is touted to last six to nine days. The display panel of the Realme Band wakes up with a lift of your wrist using the built-in gravity sensor.

Realme has provided an IP68-certified build that is touted to protect against dirt, dust, sand, and “occasional dips” in the water. The band comes with smart notifications and supports apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube among others. Additionally, it will get features such as cloud multi-dial, multi-language font, and weather forecast through a future update.

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