Realme India is to launch its first fitness band in the Indian market next month. This information was given by the company’s CEO Madhav Seth in the episode of his latest #AskMadhav. There is little time left to launch this fitness band. In such a situation, it can be said that the company has started testing this fitness band so that there are no glitches in it at the time of launch. Meanwhile, Madhav Seth has been spotted with this fitness band in Delhi.
Specifications of Realme fitness band
If you too are looking for a good fitness band, then realme has launched its new fitness band Vitale Fitness Band for you in India. The specialty of this fitness band is that it will give information about your blood pressure to heart rate. In this fitness band, you will get an OLED touchscreen in which you will get information about steps, distance, and sleep. Apart from this, it also has a sports mode which you can use while exercising and cycling.
Color, functions, and look of a band
In this band, you will get the inbuilt USB charger and its battery has been claimed for 7 days. It is also waterproof as well. In this band, you can also set an alarm. The company has also said that fitness coaching will be given to customers for free for three months and doctors can be consulted.
Beebom spotted Madhav Seth at the Spanish Visa Center in Delhi. During this time, he was wearing Realme’s fitness band. According to this photo, the band is appearing alongside Yellow Strep. Also, its display is curved. This band is not placed around the display as seen in Mi Band. Its display was not on, so we cannot tell whether its display will be curled or wearable sport. It is expected to be priced around Mi Band.
Photo courtesy: Beebom
The realme fitness band will come with features like regular steps and calorie counting. Apart from this, the sleep tracking feature will also be present in it. At the moment it cannot be said whether it will have a heart rate monitor or not. It can come with a variety of sports modes. It can be launched in the next month i.e. February.
If seen, this time the Realme fitness band can give a tough competition to Xiaomi Mi Band 4 and Honor Band 5. According to a report by IDC, the Indian wearables market recorded a shipment of 3 million units in the third quarter. Xiaomi is currently the market leader with the Mi Band lineup and the demand for its products is also high.