Xiaomi Band 7 Pro and Book Pro to be Launched Alongside Xiaomi 12S Series on July 4

The Xiaomi Book Pro 2022 will come with a 4K OLED display.

Xiaomi is gearing up to launch the Xiaomi 12S series in China next week. The company is all set to launch the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, Xiaomi 12S Pro, and the Xiaomi 12S on July 4th in China. Along with the flagship smartphone trio, the company is also launching a couple of other devices. The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro and the Xiaomi Book Pro 2022 laptop will also be unveiled on the same stage on July 4th.

The Xiaomi Book Pro 2022 laptop will come with a 4K OLED screen and a thin and light design. The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro will be the third addition to the popular wearable lineup after the launch of Mi Band 7 and Mi Band 7 Pro back in May. The new fitness tracker and the laptop lineup will be launched at 7 PM local time, which is 4:30 PM IST on Monday. Let’s take a look at more info.

Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro and Xiaomi Book Pro: What We Know So Far

The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro will come with a large square display, which looks different from the one we have seen on the Mi Band lineup so far. This will be Xiaomi’s largest ever screen on a Mi Band lineup. The teaser confirms the watch will be available in two colour options. The Mi Band 7 Pro will be available in Gold and Black colour options. As for the features, the Band 7 Pro will come with a mix of professional sports and health experiences, adds the teaser. The Band 7 Pro looks more like a smartwatch and there is no button on the side.

On the other hand, the 2022 lineup of Xiaomi Book Pro 2022 Xiaomi’s new 14-inch thin and light laptop with a 4K OLED display and support for Dolby Vision content. The laptop will come with a metal unibody design and will feature a USB Type-C port and a headphone jack, as per the image shared by Xiaomi on Weibo.

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