Xiaomi Mi Band 7 with 1.62-inch AMOLED display launched: price, specifications


  • Xiaomi has launched its seventh generation fitness tracker
  • The Mi Band 7 arrives with upgrades compared to its predecessor 
  • The latest fitness tracker misses out on a built-in GPS and always-on display more

Xiaomi Mi Band 7 has launched in China today. It has debuted alongside the Redmi Note 11T series and Redmi Buds 4. The latest fitness tracker arrives as the successor to last year’s Mi Band 6. 

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The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 packs upgrades and new features over its predecessor. However, it also retains the same design as the previous models. Read on to know what the fitness tracker offers out of the box. 

Xiaomi Mi Band 7 specifications and features

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The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 comes with a larger 1.62-inch AMOLED display bearing a resolution of 492 x 192 pixels. It offers 500 nits brightness, a host of new watch faces, and dynamic wallpapers. The fitness tracker is water-resistant up to 5 meters. 

The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 is equipped with a heart rate monitor, SpO2 sensor, sleep monitor, female cycle tracking, and breathing exercises. It comes with support for more than 120 sports modes and a personal trainer. The wearable device is also capable of measuring four styles of swimming. The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 also packs four new sports data analysis to measure training load, recovery time, oxygen intake and training effects. 

The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 packs convenient features like notification display, weather updates, smart replies, power-saving mode and more. The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 is backed by a 180mAh battery life and is claimed to last 15 days on a single charge. It can be topped up via magnetic charging.

Xiaomi Mi Band 7 pricing and availability

The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 comes in an NFC and non-NFC variant. The former is priced at RMB 239 (~Rs 2,783) whereas the latter costs RMB 279 (~Rs 3,248). The fitness tracker is offered in six colour options and is available for purchase in China from May 31st

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