Xiaomi announced the Mi Band 7, as well as the Redmi Buds 4 and Redmi Buds 4 Pro, today. Xiaomi had confirmed the Mi Band 7’s launch date, and it was already available for pre-order, but without a price.
The major change in the Mi Band 7 is the larger display, which now measures 1.62″ instead of 1.56″. The resolution is 490x192px, and there’s even an option to keep the screen on all the time. The useable screen area has been expanded by 25%, according to Xiaomi. Monitoring of SpO2 (oxygen saturation) has been improved; if the band detects a saturation below 90%, it will vibrate to alert you.
With 120 training modes, four professional sports modes, automatic workout recognition, the ability to arrange competitions with friends, and more, fitness monitoring has never been better.
The Mi Band 7’s 180mAh battery is supposed to last 14 days, but that’s without the always-on feature. It takes 2 hours to recharge the band.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 will cost CNY 239 and will be available for pre-order starting today. The NFC model, which allows AliPay payments, will be slightly more expensive.
The Redmi Buds 4 Pro includes a clever noise reduction mechanism that can reduce noise by up to 43 decibels. The buds have an IP54 rating, so they’ll keep you dry during a sweaty workout or when you’re out in the rain.
A 10mm driver and a 6mm tweeter work together to produce sound. The Bluetooth 5.3 buds have a latency of only 59 milliseconds. Xiaomi claims that without ANC, you can get 9 hours of continuous use, while the case adds another 36 hours.
Pre-orders for the Redmi Buds 4 Pro in White and Black are now available for CNY 369. They’ll start shipping on May 31.
Active noise cancellation is also available on the Redmi Buds 4, although at a lower level of 35 dB. Each bud features a 10mm driver and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. The case adds 30 hours of charging time.
The Redmi Buds 4 are available in Blue and White and can be pre-ordered for CNY 199. The first shipments will be made on May 31.
The Mi Band 7, Redmi Buds 4, and 4 Pro are all expected to hit the market later this year.
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