The vanilla Realme Band from last year has finally received a successor dubbed the Realme Band 2. The new fitness band has a striking resemblance to the Honor Band 6 with a bigger display, battery, and more.
Thanks to its tall display, Realme Band 2 looks less like a fitness band and more like a smartwatch. It is a 1.4-inch color touchscreen with 500 nits peak brightness and 320 x 167 pixels resolution. It brings more than 50 pre-installed watch faces and you can also create a custom one by uploading an image through your phone.
All the original health and fitness trackers are there in addition to stress measurement, women’s health tracking, and a SpO2 sensor to monitor blood oxygen levels.
The band will support over 90 sports modes, but it will initially track 14 activities including Yoga, Outdoor/Indoor Walk, Outdoor/Indoor Run, Cricket, Basketball, Pool Swimming, and more. The rest of the modes will be added eventually through OTA updates.
Realme has also added Smart AIoT Control, a feature from its main lineup of smartwatches. This lets you control Realme’s AIoT products directly from the watch once it’s paired with the products. The band’s other features include music control, camera control, alarms, 50-meter water resistance, weathers forecasts, and more.
Realme Band 2 is equipped with a 204 mAh battery that provides up to 12 days of battery life. It will be available in a single Space Grey color, but you can always attach different straps with multiple color options. One of them appears to be made of leather.
Realme Band 2 will launch for $40 on September 20, but there is no word on a global launch just yet.