Xiaomi announced the Mi Band 7 and the Mi Band 7 NFC Edition smart wearable devices back in May in its home country, China. This is the latest fitness tracker from the house Xiaomi and the successor to the widely popular Mi Band 6. A few days ago, the Mi Smart Band 7 was spotted on the IMDA website, hinting at an imminent global launch and now, the wearable has been spotted on the BIS website, which means the smart band could launch in India soon.
Tipster Mukul Sharma has spotted the Xiaomi Band 7 on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). The BIS listing suggested model number “M2129B1”, which is the non-NFC or standard version of the Xiaomi Mi Band 7. Interestingly, Mukul has mentioned the name of the fitness tracker as “Xiaomi Band 7”. This might be because Xiaomi confirmed a few months back that it will stop using “Mi” branding on its smartphones and maybe Xiaomi will just call in Xiaomi Band 7 or the Xiaomi Smart Band 7 in India. However, the device is still called the Mi Band 7 in China.
Xiaomi Band 7 (Non-NFC version) 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/q8kBzzikpK
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) June 16, 2022
Xiaomi Mi Band 7: Specifications
The Mi Band 7 comes with a 1.62-inch AMOLED display, which is a 25% increase in screen size compared to the last-gen. The screen can get up to 500 nits brightness and it has a 192 x 490-pixel resolution. Under the hood, it comes with a 24/7 heart rate monitor as well as a SpO2 monitor to take care of blood-oxygen levels. Apart from that, there is sleep tracking as well with a detailed breakdown of deep and light sleep.
The band offers support for 120 sports modes, which included walking, running, cycling and more. In terms of battery life, the Band 7 comes with a 180mAh battery unit, which is rated to last up to 14 days. Other features include a 5ATM water resistance rating, smart notification, and multiple colour options.
In terms of pricing, Mi Band 7 is priced at CNY 239 (~Rs 2,800) in China. Over the past few years, Xiaomi has announced these fitness trackers at the “Smarter Living” event, which is usually held in the month of September, it will be interesting to see if things could change this time as the watch has passed through a couple of certifications already.