- Xiaomi Band 7 or Mi Smart Band 7 just launched in its home country China.
- The IMDA listing signals that the company is preparing to launch the smart band on the worldwide market.
- The Mi Smart Band 7 has a bigger screen with an AMOLED display.
Xiaomi Band 7 or Mi Band 7 was just unveiled in China, and talk has been widespread that the company’s brand-new fitness band may make its global debut soon. A new piece of evidence suggests that the launch is not far away. The Xiaomi Band 7 has been seen on Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority’s (IMDA) website. This suggests that the fitness band will be available in Singapore, if not elsewhere, in the near future.
The name isn’t mentioned explicitly in the listing, but a few references lead us to conclude that this is Xiaomi’s latest fitness band. For instance, it bears the model number M2130B1 and the listing specifies that it is a Smart Band. The Xiaomi Band 7’s specifications or features are not specified, although they are hardly available on certification website listings.
While the Xiaomi Band 7 has not yet appeared on the website of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), indicating that an India launch is not far away, the Singapore listing indicates that the Xiaomi Band 7 is ready for release outside of China.
Xiaomi Band 7 Specifications:
The Xiaomi Band 7, also known as the Mi Smart Band 7, is the Mi Smart Band 6’s successor. It is available in two models: the Band 7 and the Band 7 NFC. The fitness band has a 1.62-inch full-screen AMOLED touchscreen Always-On display with a resolution of 192×490 pixels, a peak brightness of 500 nits, and a pixel density of 326ppi. According to the company, the display has 25% more visible area than its predecessor’s screen. Over 100 different band faces are available for the smart wearable.
Heart rate monitoring, SpO2 monitoring, and cycle tracking are among the Xiaomi Band 7’s health-related features. The fitness band’s file is stored in the Mi Fit app. The Xiaomi Band 7 Chinese edition has a Xiao AI assistant. The fitness band includes 120 sports modes, including four professional sports modes that incorporate activity monitoring, data analysis, and other features for all-around assistance.