Amazfit introduced the Amazfit Band 5 back in 2020. The Band 5 features a 1.1-inch AMOLED display, 11 sports modes, and offers 24 hours sleep tracking. Now, it looks like the company is preparing to launch the successor for the Amazfit Band 5 after almost two years, in the form of the Amazfit Band 7. The key specifications and renders of the Amazfit Band 7 has been revealed online courtesy of GSMArena. A closer look at the renders reveals that the Amazfit Band 7 resembles the Redmi Smart Band Pro.
Amazfit Band 7 Specifications, Features (Expected)
As per the leaked specifications, the Amazfit Band 7 (codename Bari) will sport a 1.47-inch AMOLED display with 194 x 368 pixels resolution. The fitness tracker is expected to offer a maximum brightness of 500 nits. Furthermore, the Band 7 will also have a PPG optical heart rate sensor with 24/7 heart rate tracking as well as sleep and stress monitoring.
Additionally, users will also be able to get notifications from their paired smartphones, set alarms and reminders, and get weather info directly on the fitness tracker. Besides, the Band 7 will be able to track over 100 sports modes with automatic workout detection.
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The smartwatch will also have a 5ATM water-resistant rating. The fitness tracker will ship with 8MB of RAM and 128MB of internal storage. It will weigh around 28 grams. The wearable will be able to pair to any device with Android 5.0 or iOS 10.0 and up via Bluetooth v5.1. As for the battery life, the Band 7 will pack a 230 mAh battery which will reportedly last for up to 18 days with normal usage and nine days of heavy use.
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Amazfit Band 7 Pricing
Coming to the pricing, the Amazfit Band 7 is expected to retail for $50 (₹3,950). The brand is expected to launch the Amazfit Band 7 later this year. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Amazfit Band 7? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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