The Realme Band 2 will be the successor to the company’s first wearable, for which renders have recently been released. These renderings reveal the forthcoming wearable’s design as well as some other details.
Realme Band 2 design
The band will include a 1.4-inch display, according to a leak by Digit in conjunction with OnLeaks. In comparison to its predecessor, the band will have a more expensive appearance. Instead of a typical fitness band design, it will feature a Watch-like form factor.
At the bottom of the screen, there is no touch button. This points to a programme that is entirely based on gestures. According to the source, the Realme Band 2 would have dimensions of 45.9 x 24.6 x 12.1mm. Heart rate monitoring sensors may be found on the back of the band, which will offer the necessary functionality.
It is unknown whether or not SpO2 and blood pressure monitoring will be available. Second, the new Realme Band 2 might include a separate charger this time around. This new charger would most likely use Pogo pins to connect to the band.
There is no official word on when the Realme Band 2 will be available. However, given the recent revelations, this might happen sooner rather than later. In other Realme news, the company is preparing to introduce the Buds Q2 Neo on July 23 in India.
In India, the Realme Buds Q2 Neo will be offered in two colour options: black and blue. The earpieces will have a kaleidoscope design on them. The earphones are priced at PKR 5,999 in Pakistan (approx Rs 2,900). There’s no news on how much the earphones will cost in India. These TWS earbuds have a 10mm dynamic driver with a polymer composite diaphragm and innovative Bass Boost+ technology.