The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 has received BIS certification, implying that it will be released in India

by admin, Monday, 20 June 2022 (2 months ago)

The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 was released in China on May 31. In the last three weeks, the fitness tracker has managed to send over 1 million units, breaking a new record. But again, she sold so many units being available only in her homeland. Well, that’s going to be fixed soon.

The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 has passed BIS certification, indicating that it will land in India soon. Specifically, the Xiaomi fitness band can make its debut under the name “Xiaomi Band 7”.

Prior to that, the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 received multiple certifications and appeared on the NCC and IMDA websites. Thus, our protagonist will enter the European market in the coming weeks. In addition, we learned that the fitness tracker will cost from 50 euros to 60 euros.

Xiaomi Mi Band 7 India

We return to the Indian release of Mi Band 7, an informant Mukul Sharma has located model number M2129B1 on the BIS Certification Website. Unfortunately, the BIS list does not reveal key details about the device. We can also see that there will be no NFC version, only the vanilla version. this makes sense because there are not many scenarios in which the NFC version can be fully utilized in India.

Features Xiaomi Mi Band 7

In terms of points of sale, we would like to remind you that this smartband is very different from its predecessor. The biggest improvement is reported on the screen. Now, it has reached 1.62 inches. This AMOLED display increases the viewing area by 25%.

Other interesting features of the wearable include 100+ dials, a completely refreshed user interface, dynamic super “Mars” wallpaper and a 14-day battery life.

In addition, this smart belt offers 6 color antibacterial TPU bracelets, a new innovative camouflage strap and a cool fluorescent bracelet.

Finally, the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 supports continuous monitoring of blood oxygen saturation throughout the day. There are over 120 sports features and support for four major professional sports data analyzes.

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