Introducing Mi Band 7 – Xiaomi’s latest smart bracelet
Maybe Compared to the previous generation of this product, Mi Band 7 is not considered a significant update, but we see improvements in some specifications – including the display, sports capabilities, watch faces, etc. The design of Mi Band 7 smart bracelet – like the previous generations – is oval in shape and has dimensions equal to 46.5 x 20.7 x 12.25 mm. This bracelet is produced in two versions, normal and equipped with NFC, which weigh 13.5 and 13.8 grams (without strap), respectively. The body of the device is made of polycarbonate and its screen is protected by 2.5D tempered glass. The strap of the device is made of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) and its buckle is made of aluminum alloy.
The Mi Band 7 has a 1.62-inch AMOLED display and is equipped with always-on display or AOD (compare with 1.52-inch display on Mi Band 6 without AOD support). According to the claim of Xiaomi the usable area of the display has increased by 25% and obviously the larger screen can display more data. put The display has a maximum brightness point of 500 nits and a resolution of 192 x 490 pixels, which gives a density of 326 pixels per inch. Needless to say, more than 100 types of new watch faces are defined in Mi Band 7. Some of these watch faces are specially designed for the always-on screen to minimize battery consumption. It is not bad to know, the dynamic Mars wallpaper that we saw in MIUI 13 is also seen here.
In the field of fitness, the Mi Band 7 can record data from 120 different sports modes – running, walking, swimming, Record cycling, skating, etc. According to what was said and considering the resistance of this device up to 5 atmospheres, Mi Band 7 is water resistant. One of the interesting features of the Mi Band 7 is that by analyzing your exercise sessions through heart rate data, it can provide useful recommendations regarding your training program. It is also possible to challenge friends and acquaintances using your activity statistics – such as the number of steps, calories consumed and the duration of daily activity.
The medical capabilities of this bracelet – in addition to measuring heart rate – measuring The blood oxygen saturation level is also included and according to the manufacturer’s claim, Mi Band 7 can continuously track this quantity throughout the day and night. If the user’s blood oxygen saturation level drops below 90%, Mi Band 7 will remind him of this with a vibration warning. Mi Band 7 is equipped with sleep tracking and provides data for quality of sleep breathing, REM stage and quality of nap duration. Stress monitoring, women’s health tracking, and PAI (abbreviated as Personal Activity Intelligence) are other features of this bracelet.
The battery capacity of Mi Band 7 is announced as 180 mAh and it is charged with a magnetic charger ( A full charge takes about 2 hours. According to Xiaomi, this battery can last up to 15 days in normal use and up to 9 in heavy use. The day will last. Mi Band 7 will be compatible with Android phones running Android 6 and above and iPhones running iOS 10 and above. Needless to say, communication between the bracelet and the smartphone is provided through Bluetooth 5.2 in this bracelet.
Mi Band 7 smart bracelet is produced in various colors such as black, orange, green, blue and white. The pre-order registration for this product has started in China and it will officially enter the market on May 31 (June 10). The regular model of this device is priced at 239 Chinese Yuan, which is roughly equivalent to 35 US dollars at the current exchange rate. The NFC model of this bracelet (supporting AliPay contactless payment) is also priced at 279 yuan ($42). The status of this product entering other markets is not yet known.