In terms of the Indian launch, we anticipate the wearable to be unveiled during Xiaomi's Smarter Living Event, which takes place every September. However, there is yet to be any confirmation on the subject.
It's also been claimed that Mi Band 7 devices, which will be sold across the world as the Xiaomi Smart Band 7, have been available in Poland for a few weeks. The lack of Chinese lettering on these units' packaging, as well as the naming style, suggest that these may be the worldwide version of the gadget. The item was also reported to have been sent by an AliExpress worldwide reseller. Some buyers who requested the Chinese version received a worldwide model instead, leading to concerns that there was a delivery mix-up. It should be noted, however, that the worldwide version varies from the Chinese version solely in that it supports many languages.
The band supports 120 different sports modes, including walking, jogging, cycling, and more. The Band 7 is equipped with a 180mAh battery that is supposed to last up to 14 days. A 5ATM water resistant rating, smart notification, and several colour options are also included. Apart from the introduction of NFC on the NCF model, the Band 7 and Band 7 NFC models have the same specs.
In terms of pricing, the Mi Band 7 costs CNY 239 (Rs 2,800) in China, while the Mi Band 7 NFC variant costs CNY 279 (Rs 3,200).