Realme's expected fitness tracker is created to challenge fitness trackers of Honor, Xiaomi and Huawei.
Sheth also shared a schedule for when the Realme smartphones will receive the Wi-Fi calling feature, which is now offered by Airtel and Reliance Jio in India. In the latest episode of Ask Madhav, the CEO of Realme has confirmed that the company is planning to launch its first fitness band in February. It also teased the fitness band in the Realme 5i launch video earlier this month. Considering the MWC event is the first global launch event in 2020 it would make sense that they reveal a new phone rather than the standard Realme X50 which has already been announced.
In the video, he said that "For all the guys who have made a New Year's resolution to stay fitter, we're coming with a fitness band in the month of February itself".
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Basis of what was shown, Realme's first fitness band will also come in the company's signature yellow colourway. However, it remains to be seen if this comes true.
Along with this, when asked about the launch of Realme X50 in India, he said that something "much more powerful" has been lined up for the Indian market but to know what it is, he says that we'll have to wait for the Mobile World Congress 2020, which will kick-off next month. As per rumours, the device launching in MWC is called the Realme X50 Pro. It is also likely that this is the device that will launch in India in place of the Realme X50. These ads can also be disabled with one-tap solutions also and Realme devices will be getting this feature by the end of this quarter. Realme CEO also cleared the air regarding the real-time Bokeh-mode video mode for the Realme 3 Pro stating that as it requires certain hardware and software integrations, Realme 3 Pro will not get the realme video bokeh feature.