Realme is preparing to bring its first smartband to market. This smart bracelet will compete against devices like the Mi Band 4, but it is the other brand that can get inspiration.
According to an image shared on the social network Weibo, Realme’s smart bracelet will be called Realme Sayhat. Looking at its design, it looks quite inspired by Samsung’s Galaxy Fit-e.
Rumors suggest that this bracelet has a 0.78-inch OLED screen. Judging by this image, it seems certain that Realme’s smartband will stick to a monochrome screen.
Right now this is the only image we have of the alleged screen on this bracelet. As it is still an unofficial image, you should look at this information with a ‘pinch of salt’, and without certainty that this will be the definitive design.
Realme’s smartband price promises to compete with Mi Band 4
What we can expect from this Realme bracelet is that it will hit the market at a truly competitive price. However, this may be limited to the Indian market, at least at an early stage.
“Sayhat” means “health” in Hindi, one of the most widely spoken languages in India. This does not prevent the bracelet from being launched globally under another name, but leaves us with doubts regarding a possible generalized launch.
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