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Xiaomi: Mi Band 7 Pro and Xiaomi 12 Ultra unveiled in July?

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A few days after the announcement of the release of the Xiaomi Mi Band 7, many rumors are circulating about the release of a Mi Band 7 Pro. This could be unveiled in July at the same time as the Xiaomi 12 Ultra. The new connected and boosted bracelet of Xiaomi would be equipped with an Always On Display, GPS function and a larger screen.

TL;DR

  • The Mi Band 7 Pro and the Xiaomi 12 Ultra could be unveiled in July.
  • The Xiaomi 12 Ultra would arrive at the same time with a brand new Leica camera.

A few days ago, Xiaomi announced the release of its Mi Band 7. The screen of this watch will be a quarter larger and will have the Always On mode. The fitness tracker from Xiaomi will not have GPS, however. This is potentially why a Pro version of the Mi Band 7 should be released in July, according to a Chinese leaker.

For the time being, no information has been released from the offices of the Beijing firm. According to several analysts, we could expect a Mi Band 7 Pro similar to the Mi Band in design—except for one thing: its screen could be even bigger. Xiaomi's new connected watch could also feature GPS and a larger, more powerful battery.

In China, on Weibo, some estimate that the Band 7 Pro battery could even reach 250 mAh. Xiaomi's pro watch could be announced at the same time as the Xiaomi 12 Ultra next July.

La Mi Band 7 dans la Mi Door Lock
The Mi Band 7 already in the Mi Door Lock / © Weibo - 返回

The Xiaomi 12 Ultra will surely be announced in July, and it will be the company's first smartphone incorporating a circular camera from German manufacturer Leica. For the time being, no information has leaked about the launch of the new smartphone in Europe. The global rollout of the Mi Band 7, which is expected to cost around $40, also remains a mystery.

Are you ready to wait until July for the Mi Band 7 Pro? What do you think about the features of this bracelet?

Source: Notebookcheck

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Gabriel Robert

Gabriel Robert

Born on a volcanic island in the Indian Ocean, I travelled all over the world before settling in Berlin. Having worked for Forbes, Les Echos or Konbini, I don't let Apple take me for a ride, despite my weakness for its products. I am particularly interested in the sustainability and the social and environmental impact of our connected products.

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