The first information about the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 has been revealed, and in this post, we go over everything you need to know. The Chinese firm plans to unveil its new devices on the same day as the much-anticipated Redmi Note 11T series in a few days.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 7, a direct successor to the Mi Band 6, will be introduced on May 24 at 8:00 p.m. Kenyan time.
The event has already been confirmed on Weibo channels. We’ve already noticed that the device should indicate Mi; nevertheless, the manufacturer said last year that they had dropped the Mi branding moniker, which we thought had vanished forever.
The Band 7 should have a 1.62-inch screen, more significant than the 1.56-inch screen on the Band 6. Weather, heart rate, SPO2, and activity tracking will be available via the watch. The bracelet’s battery life might last up to 8 days. The Mi Band 7 will have more powerful performance, NFC capability, support for numerous sports modes, and greater cross-platform and multi-platform interaction.
The Mi Band 7 will come in various hues, including black, white, orange, green, pink, and light blue. The Mi Smart Band 6 was released for 60 euros when it came to price, then dropped to roughly 40 euros on several merchant sites.
On May 24, we’ll see you.