Xiaomi could release a Pro version of its Mi Band 7

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It appears that the Mi Band 7 Pro was allegedly leaked a while ago in the code of the app for the Mi Door Lock smart lock. As we can see, an accompanying image lists the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 NFC and the mysterious Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro. However, NotebookCheck points out that the app has been altered to show only the regular Mi Band 7 and Mi Band 7 NFC fitness trackers, with the Pro model mysteriously gone.

Xiaomi just unveiled the Mi Band 7, their newest fitness tracker. The smart band, as previously reported, has a 180mAh battery, over 100 sports modes, is waterproof to 164 feet (50 metres), and includes sleep monitoring and a Sp02 monitor. However, speculations suggest that the Chinese manufacturer is working on a Pro variant for its latest fitness tracker (via NotebookCheck). Xiaomi is going to release a Pro version of the Mi Band 7 shortly, according to tipster Ankit, but they didn’t provide any additional details to back up their claim. However, if we go outside of Twitter, we can learn more about this potential Pro version.


  • Another Weibo tipster shared some possible specs for the potential Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro. According to the leaker, the Pro model will feature a 250mAh battery, which will be larger than the cell found in the regular version. The tipster further said that the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro would also have NFC and GPS. A larger display is also a possibility.

  • Some tipsters on the Chinese social platform Weibo also support the claim that Xiaomi could introduce a Pro model for its latest fitness tracker. According to one leaker, the OEM will release the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro alongside the Xiaomi 12 Ultra, which could be the phone that the Chinese manufacturer will debut in July.


We have to note that such rumors must always be taken with a grain of salt. There is no word from Xiaomi about a possible Pro model for the Mi Band 7. However, a Pro version would be a nice addition to the line-up, especially if it has a bigger battery, GPS tracking, and a larger display. Also, July is not far away, so we guess we will find out soon if all these leaks are true or not.


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