Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro Design Leaked: Looks Like A Smartwatch, Not A Smartband

Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro

On July 4, Xiaomi will hold a new product conference and uncover a number of much-awaited smartphones and a few other products. Today, the China-based first-tier company also revealed that a new smart wearable dubbed the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro will attend the stage as well. In fact, it’s going to be a smartwatch rather than a smartband.

Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Specs

As a reminder, the latest generation of the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 was announced in May this year. It comes with a large 1.62-inch AMOLED screen. The viewing area is 25% larger than that of its predecessor. Also, the weight is only 13.5g. So you can keep wearing it all day long.

Other advantages of the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 include an on-screen display, 100+ dials, a new UI layout, a battery life of 14 days, and of course colorful straps, including the new avant-garde camouflage variant and a fluorescent variant.

In terms of the biggest software highlights, the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 supports continuous blood oxygen saturation monitoring throughout the day, newly upgraded 120 sports modes, and also supports four major professional sports data analyses.

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Is It A Watch?

Some users think the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro will be similar to the Redmi Band. Thus, it ought to come with a bigger display, GPS, and a bigger battery. As a reference, the Redmi Band has a 200mAh battery, whereas the Mi Band 7 has a 180mAh battery.

Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro white Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro

From a Weibo leaker, we learned that there will be two colors of white and black. Unfortunately, there is no specific information about the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro. However, looking at the design of the upcoming wearable, there is every reason to think that apart from the familiar features (from the Mi Band 7), there will be major improvements as well. But again, this is more like a smartwatch rather than a smartband. So maybe it would be better to call it a Xiaomi Watch [a suffix].

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