Realme Band 2 is reportedly set to launch in Malaysia on Wednesday, September 15. An official poster for the launch occasion has been circulating on-line and it mentions that the launch occasion might be held through Facebook. The poster solely reveals the design of the upcoming wearable, and it appears to be completely different from its predecessor — the Realme Band. However, the design of the upcoming Realme Band 2 appears to be just like the design of the Huawei Watch Fit and a few Honor Band fashions.
The official poster for the launch of Realme Band 2 in Malaysia was spotted by Gizmochina. The poster mentions that the realme wearable will launch on September 15, 2021, at 12pm MYT (9:30am IST). The launch occasion will happen through Realme’s Facebook web page in Malaysia.
The poster additionally reveals the design of the upcoming health band. Realme Band 2 is proven with a touchscreen shade show in an oblong housing. The show is proven sans buttons on the backside or the suitable aspect of the wearable. It isn’t but confirmed if Realme Band 2 will get a navigation button on the left aspect (not seen on poster).
As talked about, the design additionally appears extraordinarily acquainted to the design seen on Huawei Watch Fit. Realme Band 2’s design additionally is similar to Honor Watch ES and Honor Band 6. The fundamental differentiator for Realme Band 6 compared to the remainder is the dearth of a navigation button on the suitable aspect of the wearable.
As per Gizmochina, the show on the Realme Band 2 is larger in comparison with its predecessor. Realme Band 2 might include a 1.4-inch touchscreen shade show, that’s a lot larger than Realme Band’s 0.96-inch show.
Realme Band 2 can also include blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring, 9 exercise modes, amongst different such health monitoring options. It can be prone to include a much bigger battery, owing to the larger display screen.
There isn’t any info when Realme Band 2 will launch in different areas. However, the health band was recently spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) web site, suggesting that it could launch in India quickly.