Xiaomi Smart Band 7 Pro is heading to Europe.  When is the premiere?

Xiaomi Smart Band 7 Pro is heading to Europe. When is the premiere?

An upgraded version of the Smart Band 7 arrived in China in early July, along with the Xiaomi 12S series. The device looks completely different from what we know from the previous generations of the manufacturer’s bands, or even the basic model. Gone is the tablet-shaped screen, replaced by a larger rectangular panel. The design now resembles that of the Redmi Smart Band Pro.

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Starting with what is most visible, namely the display. Here we have a 1.64-inch AMOLED panel with the function of Always on Display, with a resolution of 280 × 456 pixels and a density of 326 ppi. The screen is protected by 2.5D glass. We have as many as 180 phones, thanks to which we can adjust the display according to our preferences. Due to its size, the screen gives you more work space, it can display large notification balloons or indicators. The whole thing is protected against water according to the level of 5ATM.

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The most important feature in Smart Band 7 Pro is GPS, which also supports GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou and QZSS. Many features are shared with the previous belt, which means that there is no lack of monitoring of blood oxygen, sleep, heart rate, etc. The wristband offers 117 types of sports, covering outdoor and indoor activities. There’s also NFC so you’ll be able to pay electronically, as well as features like camera control, smart notifications and lost phone detection. The battery is also properly extended. It now has a capacity of 235 mAh and supposedly allows you to use the band for up to 12 days on a single charge.

When will Xiaomi Smart Band 7 Pro arrive in Europe?

Known Lekaster Kacper the Fiddler it says that the device is approved for the European market. This could mean that it has obtained all the necessary certificates and should start in our continent soon. Some sources indicate mid-September, so it’s a very close date. If this news is true, we should hear more about it in the near future, maybe even from Xiaomi.