Today, Realme offers a smart scale with 16 different health metrics

Today, Realme is releasing its first smart scale.

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is expanding into health-related products. Last spring, it all started with the Realme fitness band. Following that, the Realme Watch was released a few months later. Then there was the Watch S, which will be followed by a Watch S Pro, according to a recent FCC filing.

However, something new is on the way. Another health item, but this one is tucked away in the bathroom.

Everything you need to know about the Realme Smart Scale

The smart scale from the startup appears to be a solid initial effort. The scale has an elegant arc profile and a hidden LED display that illuminates when you walk on it.

A 6mm improved tempered glass cover is on top, with moveable scale feet underneath. The entire system is extremely light (1.69kg without batteries) and slender. The total dimensions are 300 x 300 x 23.3 meters.

Today, Realme offers a smart scale with 16 different health metrics.

The scale produces 16 different measures in terms of functionality. This includes the following:

  • weight
  • fat rate
  • BMI
  • body
  • muscle mass
  • body age
  • basal metabolic
  • lean body
  • moisture rate
  • muscle rate
  • visceral fat level.
  • Skeletal muscle
  • bone
  • protein
  • Fat mass

This list appears to be impressive, and it is. But keep in mind that scales aren’t very useful for anything other than weighing people. Apart from heart rate, all of the other indicators are estimates that change from day to day—often wildly. They might give you a sense of how things are going, but you should take these additional numbers with a grain of salt.

The Realme Scale is unique in that it is extremely precise, detecting even a 50-gram difference in a person’s weight. But it may also be used to weigh other items, such as fruits, vegetables, pets, and pretty much anything else. A Small Weight Mode can be selected to accurately measure between 9.99 and 50 grammes with a precision of up to 10 grammes.

Today, Realme offers a smart scale with 16 different health metrics.

There’s also a smartphone app to go along with the scale, as you’d imagine. This is the place to go if you want to sift through a lot of information and look at long-term trends.

There is no need to charge the Realme scale’s battery. It is powered by four AAA batteries that will last a year.

There’s no word on pricing or availability yet, but you can keep an eye on the Realme website for updates.

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