Smartphone company launches wearables at $20 with Cricket Tracking Mode.

Realme had started selling Xiaomi’s model of ultra low-cost Redmi Phones in India. This same process had been applied to wearables. This company had launched the Realme Band which was intended to compete with Xiaomi’s Simple and successful MI band series.

This newly launched band has a 160×80 screen with a virtual button across it at the bottom. The screen has an inbuilt sensor that wakes up when the user moves his wrist. There are also various watch face styles that could be swapped using the Realme Link App. This band also supports notifications from almost all the apps.

This band is a typical fitness wearable which does the typical fitness wearable things. It measures heart rate, tracks sleep, has reminders to get up and move on and many other features. It has an IP68 waterproof mode and also has nine other sports modes, with one dedicated to cricket tracking. This smartwatch would be a hit amongst the cricket fans.

This Realme band would cost Rs. 1,499 i.e. $20 and would be available in India. This watch would be available on realme.com or on Amazon from March 9th. This watch would be available in three colour variants black, yellow and green.