Nearly a month after its debut in China, the Mi Band 7 standard edition has been officially released to the global market.
The Mi Band 7 weighs from 13.5 gigabytes and comes with a 1.62-inch screen that increases visibility by 25%, making it the largest screen on the Mi band to date. The AMOLED panel has a resolution of 490x192px and supports a screenscreen display (AOD). Another new feature is automatic SpO2 blood oxygen tracking, which will notify users if their blood oxygen levels fall below 90%.
The Mi Band 7 supports 14 days of rated battery life and is charged via the same two-pin magnetic charger. The Mi Band 7 has more than 100 different watch faces and more than 110 automatic detection motion modes. In terms of health tracking, it supports 24/7 heart rate measurements as well as sleep and stress tracking, as well as women’s health tracking. The mi band 7 is 5ATM waterproof and can easily track swimming.
Mi Band 7 NFC version will remain exclusive to the Chinese market for now, although there are rumors that it will eventually enter the global market in partnership with mastercard. Xiaomi previously announced that it has sold more than 1 million mi 7 series wristbands in the Chinese market.
The Mi Band 7 comes in a variety of colors, including black, blue, ivory, orange, olive, pink, and a variety of camouflage and cool fluorescent silicone bands.
Mi Band 7 will cost 59.99 euros worldwide, but a special early-bird offer will cost 49.99 euros. Customers in Western Europe have been able to place orders, while those in other regions will have to wait longer to buy.