Xiaomi launched its Mi Band 7 series in the Chinese market last month, and it is expected to be launched globally in the near future. A Chinese technology industry tipster nicknamed “SnoopyTech” confirmed the news on Monday, and also predicted the price range of the Mi Band 7 in Europe.
The price of the Mi Band 7 in Europe is between €50 and €60, higher than the €45.99 for a Mi Band 6 launched last year. If the Mi Band 7 costs €59, which is as same as that of the Huawei Band 7, users will face more difficult price considerations.
In China, the vanilla version of Xiaomi‘s Mi Band 7 is priced at 239 yuan ($35.5) while the NFC version is priced at 279 yuan. Equipped with a 1.62-inch AMOLED screen, the visible area of the band is increased by 25%.
Weighing 13.5g, Xiaomi‘s Mi Band 7 adds over 100 dial themes, and completely changes its UI layout, with a battery life of 14 days. It is also equipped with a six-color TPU antibacterial wristband. In terms of software, it supports continuous monitoring of blood oxygen saturation throughout the day, newly upgrades 120 sports modes, and provides analysis of exercise data.