Xiaomi officially announced on Thursday that its Mi Band 7 Pro will be released together with the firm’s 12S smartphone series on July 4. This is the first Mi Band with a shape resembling smartwatches, available in black and white color options, and with a rich wristband color.
According to the official promotional picture, Xiaomi‘s Mi Band 7 Pro will enjoy the largest screen within the Mi Band series. Thanks to its narrow frame design, it will also bring a higher screen-to-body ratio.
Last month, some Chinese web users found that the option for a Mi Band 7 Pro appeared while binding NFC devices. The new band may be similar to that of Xiaomi‘s sub-brand Redmi, with a larger display, GPS function and a larger battery. By contrast, Redmi’s band usually has a 200mAh battery, while Xiaomi‘s Mi Band 7 has a 180mAh battery.
Xiaomi‘s Mi Band 7 was officially released in May, equipped with a 1.62-inch AMOLED screen, with a 25% increase in visual area and a weight of 13.5 grams. The Mi Band 7 has a dial with rich themes and a brand-new UI, with a battery life of 14 days. In terms of software, the Mi Band 7 supports continuous blood oxygen saturation monitoring, newly upgrades 120 sports modes, and also supports four professional sports data analysis.