Information on the wearable’s accessibility abroad is yet awaited.
Particularly in Asia and Europe, Xiaomi is a well-known brand in the wearables industry, and products like the Mi Band 6 have impressed us with their very low costs and robust feature sets. Since at least May, there have been speculations of a Mi Band 7 Pro, with the most recent being a teaser that was released just last week teasing its impending release. With the much-anticipated Leica camera on the new Xiaomi 12S Ultra, Xiaomi has also debuted its newest wearable on schedule.
The Redmi Smart Band Pro and Mi Band 7 Pro are similar in several aspects, however the Mi Band 7 Pro has a bigger 1.64-inch always-on AMOLED screen (326 PPI) than the Redmi Smart Band Pro does. This device has a large screen and a nice metal casing, which together give the impression that it may nearly be a fully functional smartwatch.
The smaller Mi Band 7 and the new wearable also share certain capabilities, such as the ability to track and monitor heart rate, sleep, and blood oxygen levels. According to Xiaomi, the Mi Band 7 Pro can monitor an astounding 117 sports modes, including both indoor and outdoor activities, and comes with over 180 watch faces. GPS is now included, as had been speculated, and because to its 5ATM water resistance, it can even withstand some swimming as long as you don’t go more than 50 metres under the surface.
The 235mAh battery in the Mi Band 7 Pro is said to extend its power life to up to 12 days. Additionally, NFC compatibility is included, enabling contactless payments when available. The wearable’s feature set is completed with capabilities including camera control, smart notifications, and missing phone detection.
Based on a leak from last week, the Mi Band 7 Pro has already been seen in two colorways: graphite/black and rose gold/white. Six silicone straps in the hues of Vitality Orange, Resting White, Joy Live Pink, Meditation Green, Night Leap Black, and Stretch Blue are now now introduced to us. According to Android Authority, Xiaomi will also sell limited-edition bands in Monet Gray and Van Gogh Green for 59 CNY (about $9), while these replacement straps will cost just under $6 apiece.
Today marked the official launch of the Mi Band 7 Pro in China, with a 399 CNY (about $60) price tag. The Mi Band 7 Pro has the potential to compete in the lucrative fitness tracker industry thanks to its smartwatch-like technology and reasonable pricing. Although Xiaomi has not yet provided precise information on worldwide availability or pricing, we anticipate that it will do so shortly.