This could be our first look at the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro


Last month, Xiaomi unveiled its latest fitness tracker, the Mi Band 7. It was later rumored that Xiaomi could actually be working on a Pro version of the tracker, and sure enough those rumors have since been proven true along with some leaked images.

Xiaomi recently confirmed the existence of the device in a post on Weibo where they teased the wearable for an announcement scheduled for the 4th of July. The teaser video doesn’t really show us much, but it was followed up by Chinese leakster Digital Chat Station who shared some renders of the upcoming device.

Image credit – Digital Chat Station

It is clear from these renders, assuming they’re accurate, that the Mi Band 7 Pro is a completely different beast from the Mi Band 7. It looks more like a smartwatch than a fitness tracker, and as much as we hate to draw comparisons, it does give us Apple Watch vibes. It’s not a bad thing, though, especially if you like the Apple Watch design.

Not much is known about the specs and features of the Mi Band 7 Pro except that it looks like it will sport a considerably larger display compared to the Mi Band 7. We imagine that it will also cost more compared to the Mi Band 7 which was launched at roughly $37 for the base model.

Either way, we should have more details on specs, features, pricing, and availability next week, so check back with us then if you’d like to learn more about the Mi Band 7 Pro.

Source: XDA Developers

Tyler Lee
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