Realme Band 2 Goes Official in Malaysia; India Launch Imminent
Highlights of the Story
- Realme Band 2 has gone official in Malaysia.
- India launch right around the corner.
- Specs include 1.4-inch touchscreen display, over 90 Sports Modes and more.
When Realme launched their Band smart wearable in March of last year, we knew a successor was on the way. The Realme Band 2 has appeared in a number of leaks in the recent past. Now, the latest smart wearable by the brand has finally gone official. The Band 2 has been launched in Malaysia by Realme, for now. India launch of the smart wearable by the company is right around the corner from the looks of it. Without any further ado, here is a quick look at the price, specs and features of the latest smart wearable by Realme.
Realme’s Band is one of the most affordable options to go for in the smart wearables segment in India. Alongside the Mi Band series, the smartwatch is quite popular amongst the Indian audience. Moreover, the rising trend of owning a smartwatch makes it all the more beneficial to launch a successor to their successful vanilla Band.
Realme Band 2 Price and Availability
The Realme Band 2 price in Malaysia has been set at set at RM 139. Now, this converts to approximately Rs. 2,450 in the Indian currency. When it comes to its availability, the smart wearable has gone wearable only in the Malaysian market for now. However, we can expect it to launch in India very soon as well. Further, the smart wearable is expected to be priced at roughly Rs. 2,000 in the Indian market.
Realme Band 2 Specifications and Features
When it comes to the Realme Band 2 specs and features, it comes with quite a few improvements over its predecessor. For starters, the latest smart wearable by Realme comes with a larger 1.4-inch touchscreen display. In addition, it is a TFT LCD display placed in a rectangular frame. The display comes with a peak brightness of 500 nits. To recall, the vanilla Band came with a much smaller 0.96-inch display.
Also read: Also read: Redmi Smart Band Launched In India
Moving on to features, the Band 2 comes with quite a few. Being a fitness-centric device, the smart wearable offers its users with over 90 workout modes. Now, these include walking, running, swimming, cycling and more. In addition, the device also comes with health-centric features like an SpO2 Blood Oxygen level sensor, Heart Rate monitoring sensor, Sleep tracker and more. Users can also customise the watch via the 50 watch faces that they get along with it.
Also read: Samsung Leads The Indian Smartwatch Market
Finally, moving on to the battery life of the Realme Band 2, it packs a 204 mAh battery. According to the company, this particular battery capacity can deliver up to 12 days of backup on a single full charge. Increasing its overall durability, the smart wearable also comes with a water resistance rating of up to 50 metres.
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