There are many fitness wearables in the market today, but it’s really hard to beat Xiaomi’s Mi Band series in terms of value for money. The Mi Band series has proven itself to be a great value for money proposition considering that it has most of the features you would need from a wearable, and also an unbeatable price tag to match.
For those who are looking to get their hands on a new wearable, you’re in luck because Xiaomi has confirmed that next week on the 24th of May, they will be officially unveiling the Mi Band 7, the successor to the Mi Band 6 that was launched back in 2021.
According to Xiaomi, users can look forward to some upgrades. One of those upgrades includes a larger display. The Mi Band 7 will sport a 1.62-inch AMOLED display which is about a 25% increase over its predecessor. It has also been rumored to feature a resolution of 192×490 and that it could also come with an always-on display.
Other than that, not much else is known about the device but based on the past Mi Bands we’ve seen, we expect the usual features like heart rate monitoring, calorie counting, steps counting, workout tracking, and so on. There’s no word on pricing either and we have to wonder if the upgrade to a larger display could also see an increase in price.
Either way, we’ll have more details next week so check back with us on the 24th of May for more updates.
Source: Gadgets 360