Yesterday, Xiaomi had a significant launch event in China where it introduced a number of new devices, including the eagerly awaited 12S series of smartphones. One of these was the brand-new Mi Band 7 Pro, a fitness band that appears more like a smartwatch.
The 1.64′′ AMOLED display on the Mi Band 7 Pro is larger than the one on the standard model. Additionally, it is larger than the Redmi Smart Band 7 Pro and boasts a 326 PPI display density with a resolution of 280 x 456 pixels. Health information and notifications have more room on the larger screen.
GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou, and QZSS are all supported by the band, and Xiaomi has included an ambient light sensor to enable automatic brightness. Another improvement above the standard model is this.
In addition, your blood oxygen level and heart rate are continuously monitored, alerting you to any anomalies. Light, deep, and REM sleep can all be monitored using the most recent technology. With 10 running routes and 5ATM water resistance, swimming is possible in over 117 exercise modes.
When used moderately, the 235 mAh battery lasts 12 days and when used heavily, 6 days. It only takes an hour to fully recharge.
As seen in the above image, the Mi Band 7 Pro comes with straps in green, white, orange, pink, blue, and black. There is no information yet on the fitness band’s availability outside of China, where it retails for $60.