Presented last month in China, the Xiaomi Smart Band 6 is still waiting in France. The leaker SnoopyTech, however, shared the price at which the connected bracelet is expected in Europe.
At the end of May, Xiaomi presented its latest connected bracelet in China, the Xiaomi Mi Band 7. While the smartphone has not yet been released in France, we now know the price at which it should be marketed in Europe.
This Monday, the leaker SnoopyTech has indeed published some information on Twitter about the latest connected bracelet from Xiaomi. The opportunity to discover some visuals with the Latin alphabet and with Arabic numerals corresponding to the marketing elements of the bracelet when it will be marketed in Europe. If the visuals themselves do not differ from the Chinese model presented at the end of May, we can however discover the partnerships that will be integrated into the bracelet.
The Xiaomi Smart Band 7 – expected name in Europe for the Mi Band 7 – should therefore be compatible with Google Fit, Apple Health and the Strava running application. In other words, the data collected by the bracelet, whether heart rate or number of steps, can be automatically transferred to other applications by linking them to the Mi Fit and Xiaomi Wear applications.
Global coming soon €50-60
Above all, SnoopyTech’s tweet reveals the expected selling price of the Xiaomi Smart Band 7. According to the generally well-informed leaker, the connected bracelet should be marketed between 50 and 60 euros. This is a price in line with that of the manufacturer’s previous activity tracker. As a reminder, the Xiaomi Smart Band 6 was launched at 59.99 euros in March 2021.
Screen, battery and sports tracking improvements
The new Xiaomi Smart Band 7 differs from the previous version with a larger screen. The display thus goes from a diagonal of 1.56 to 1.62 inches. The manufacturer also takes advantage of this larger format to integrate a larger battery, going from 125 to 180 mAh. What promise, on paper, an autonomy of 14 days. In addition to step count tracking, the wristband also incorporates heart rate and blood oxygen saturation tracking, 120+ sports and sleep tracking. Different heart rate phases are also supported, as are recovery times. In addition, an NFC version of the Xiaomi Smart Band 7 has been launched in China, although it is not yet known whether it will also be offered in Europe in the absence of a partner bank for contactless payment.
We still don’t know when Xiaomi intends to officially launch its new Smart Band 7 in Europe, although we can expect it to be on the market before the summer.
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