The month of September has been really busy for Realme as they have been launching multiple products in the global as well as Chinese market. Now the company has launched its next-generation smart wearable device, called the Realme Band 2. The new wearable comes with a lot of different health features and really good-looking straps. The Realme Band 2 comes with a 1.4-inch TFT LCD display which has a rectangular shape and has 500 units of peak brightness.
It is almost an inch larger than the screen of the previous generation. The Band 2 comes with a ton of health features, the most important of which are the SpO2 blood oxygen sensor, heart rate sensor, sleep monitoring, etc. It comes with a total of 90 sports modes that can track almost any kind of sports and fitness activity of a user. The device comes with a 204 mAh battery which will last for 12 days on a single charge.
It is also water-resistant up to 50 meters and comes with 50 watch faces for now, with more coming through new updates. The wearable has currently been launched in Malaysia for $34. There is no announcement from the company as to when it will be available in other markets and India, but we can expect a couple of months before that happens. Although, there are unconfirmed reports that the company might look for a global or at least Indian launch in the month of October.