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New inexpensive fitness tracker from Xiaomi has a larger display and a 14-day battery life


Global release of the Mi Smart Band 7

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One of the most popular low-cost fitness trackers worldwide is Xiaomi’s Mi Band. After being first unveiled in China a month ago, the business has officially launched its most recent Mi Band 7 in the world markets as Mi Smart Band 7.

A 1.62-inch AMOLED screen is included with the new inexpensive fitness tracker. The Mi Smart Band 7 has an enhanced user interface in addition to a slightly larger display, and the manufacturer claims that it performs 25% better than the model it replaces.


The Mi Smart Band 7 will be made available through Xiaomi’s official channels soon for €49.9, which is about equal to US$52.4 or Rs. 4,100. The band comes with a black strap by default, but the business has also made straps in other colours, including ivory, olive, orange, blue, pink, neon green, neon orange, khaki green, and khaki blue.

The Mi Smart Band 7 can track 110 sports modes, including three new ones that assess training load, recuperation time, and training effect, according to Xiaomi. The bracelet can automatically track five popular workout types: elliptical, treadmill, rowing machine, and outdoor running.

The new tracker includes sleep tracking, continuous heart rate monitoring, a step counter, an oxygen saturation sensor, and calorie counting in addition to its standard functionality. Additionally, it has built-in functions for tracking female health.


You may use the Mi Smart Band 7 when swimming or running in the rain because it is water-resistant up to 5ATM. Xiaomi offers more than 100 band faces to help you personalise the band, and it also has an Always-on Display mode that gives you information at a glance.

Additionally, users can utilise it to manage music, remote camera shutter release, rapid message responses, and call notifications. Although the firm hasn’t said whether the Mi Smart Band 7 features NFC and a voice assistant, based on its predecessors, it may release a different model in the future that supports contactless payments.

The tracker is powered by a 180 mAh battery, and Xiaomi claims that this band may last up to 14 days. In about two hours, the band may be fully charged.


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