The Bureau of Indian Standards or BIS has already certified a Realme smartwatch. A TV will reportedly come later this year. But before any of that, the former OPPO sub-brand is likely to test the waters in the world of fitness-focused wearables first. To wit, a poster image of a Realme fitness band has been spotted on China’s Weibo social network.
It indicates the tracker will be called Realme SayHat — stylized as Realme Sayहत — in India. The render also shows a device with a yellow silicone band similar to the one teased by Realme CEO Madhav Sheth at the Indian launch of the Realme 5i.
It likewise confirms a couple of typical fitness-tracker features like a step counter and a burned-calories counter. As for the screen, reports say the tracking device itself might have a monochrome OLED display measuring 0.78 inches.
Interestingly, the render doesn’t confirm a heart-rate sensor, which would be a big omission for any wearable, but it should also make for a more affordable device. You might recall that Xiaomi skipped heart-rate monitoring on the Mi Band 3i. Other possible features of note include support for Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy; a phone-finder function; sleep tracking; and notification alerts.
Realme hasn’t confirmed the fitness band yet, and we don’t have a clue when it will be available. But the Realme SayHat is expected to hit India first, then China and the rest of Asia soon.
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