Mi Band 7's launch date has been confirmed, and Teaser Reveals Key Features
In China, the Mi Band 7 will be released alongside the Redmi Note 11T series. The poster also shows the design and key features.
Xiaomi has grown in popularity over the years, particularly in the smartphone and wearables markets. In India, its wearable devices, such as the Mi Band, have gained popularity due to the number of features they offer at a very low price. Every year, the Chinese tech firm updates its smart band series, and in 2022, it will do the same.
We've been hearing about the Mi Band 7 for a few weeks now, and the company has finally confirmed the release date. The announcement was made via the company's Weibo account as part of official posters. In addition to revealing the date, the post also reveals the Mi Band 7 design.
Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Launch Date and Design
On May 24, Xiaomi will reveal the Mi Band 7 to the world. If that date sounds familiar, it is the same date that the company will launch the Redmi Note 11T series. Fans outside of China, however, will have to wait a few weeks longer because the company, as usual, will launch both devices first in its home country.
According to the images, the Mi Band 7 will feature the same pill-shaped design as previous versions. As a result, don't expect a major redesign this time. The screen, however, will be larger at 1.62-inch. This is slightly larger than the 1.56-inch screen on the Mi Band 6. We anticipate that a larger screen will be capable of displaying more complications and features, making information easier to read.
The poster includes NFC functionality as well as features such as a heart rate sensor, blood oxygen sensor, and other sensors to measure exercise. There's also a weather app, music control, and alarms built-in.
The poster depicts the Mi Band 7 in six different colour bands: blue, pink, green, orange, white, and black.
Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Rumoured Specs and Features
While Xiaomi has confirmed many details, others are still circulating in the rumour mill. According to previous listings and leaks, the Mi Band 7 will have a 192 x 490p resolution, an always-on display feature, and built-in GPS support. A 250mAh battery could power the wearable.