Realme started out aping Xiaomi’s model of selling ultra-low-cost Redmi phones in India, so why wouldn’t it follow the same path when it comes to wearables? Today the company is announcing the Realme Band, which is no doubt intended to compete with Xiaomi’s simple and successful Mi Band series.
The Realme Band has a 160×80 screen just under an inch across with a virtual button at the bottom for switching between functions. A sensor wakes the screen up when the user lifts their wrist. There are various watch face styles that can be swapped out through the Realme Link app, and the band supports notifications from almost all apps, according to Realme.
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