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The Realme band is now available in Kenya, here are the top features you need to know

Although the wearable world isn’t as competitive as android phones at the moment, the introduction of Realme band is not guaranteed of any smooth ride either; especially with the presumptive smartwatch killer – the Xiaomi band 5, already rocking our world. But that’s not to say Realme doesn’t have a chance; in fact, there’s a good possibility that most of us would be driven by cost rather than features which pits the Realme Band against the competition in a privileged position.

During a launch event held here in Kenya, the smartphone maker unveiled a range of its latest trendy products in the country that it says offers more than the competition. The online launch revealed the next handsets in the country which included Realme C11, C6 and the smart band.

the band comes with a 2.4-inch panel that’s touted to be big enough to explore relevant information from the device. It also comes with 5 stylish dials within the band that can easily be customized to match your outfit. In case you need more dials, you can easily download from the Realme companion app.

The panel automatically light up when you raise your hand for you to glance at relevant information. Underneath are eight sport modes that include Yoga, Run, Walk, Hiking, Spinning, Cricket, Climbing and Bike. There’s also a PPG heart rate monitor that was designed to track your heart functions and warn of irregular behavior. The inbuilt battery can last up to 19 days with full charge which is achieved in under 2 hours.

Reame Band Price in Kenyan: Ksh.2,999

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