Xiaomi will launch the Mi Band 7 and Redmi Note 11T Pro series in China on May 24. Mi Band 7 will be a follow-up to Mi Band 6. The Note 11T Pro series will be based on the Redmi Note 11T 5G (reviewed) which was launched in India late last year. Xiaomi is mostly teasing Redmi Note 11 T Pro +, but we hope Redmi Note 11T Pro will tag along. It remains to be seen whether the Vanilla Redmi Note 11 will be refreshed.
The Mi Band 7 will have a familiar pill-shaped design that we have come to expect from these fitness bands. The new year will be screen real estate — it will be bigger than its predecessor. The Mi Band 7, Xiaomi has confirmed, will come with a 1.62-inch AMOLED screen. The Mi Band 6 has a 1.56-inch screen. Xiaomi also talks about NFC power though it should be market dependent. Mi Band 6, for example, supports NFC in China but not in India. Speaking of which, Mi Band 7 should arrive in India, very soon, without delay.
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The Mi Band 6 has a six-axis accelerometer and it can detect your swimming strokes as well as monitor your heart rate and sleep quality indicators – the band is 5ATM-certified which makes it swim-proof. It can monitor your blood oxygen levels. It supports 30 professional modes. The Mi Band 6 Standard Edition boasts of 20-day battery life whereas the NFC variant is claimed to offer 14-day battery life on a single charge.
MI Band 7 will probably build on top of all of this to offer better precision – probably – and support more workout modes. The big screen should also have a new watch face.
For the Redmi Note 11T Pro series, Xiaomi has confirmed that the Redmi Note 11T Pro + 5G will be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 8100, the same chip that powers the Realme Neo GT Neo 3. ব্যবহার Uses a custom version of OnePlus 10R Same chip. The Redmi Note 11T Pro + will have three cameras on the back, although the exact nature of the sensors was not known at the time of writing.