If you regularly follow our website, you certainly haven’t missed that for some time in the newsroom we are testing Xiaomi Mi Band 7or Xiaomi Smart Band 7, as the bracelet is called for Europe. Even before we embark on a full-fledged review, we will stop at a few details that caught our eye on the bracelet and tell us the first impressions from approximately four days of use.
First impressions of Xiaomi Mi Band 7
We must, of course, stop at the display. It is about 1.62-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 490 x 192 pixels and a maximum brightness of 500 nits. From the first feelings we can say that the display is a pleasant surprise for us. The previous generation already boasted a decent display, but in this generation this aspect is moving a little further.
It’s new Always-On displejwhich is great in cases where you just want to know what time it is or what the date is. The display itself is subtle 326 pixels per inch, which is a very good value for a similar device. It is exemplary gentle and just today, when we were on a short walk and the sun was scorching us, we were they had no problem with readability.
In the absence of any hardware button, you must rely on the gestures to control the entire bracelet. Everything works very smoothly (in the given category), the applications load immediately and even though the powerful hardware is not ticking in the bowels, the overall tuning is at a very good level.
Step up your game with Xiaomi Smart Band 7
New are also new Mars dials that are modeled after MIUI and it is an interesting refreshment, although they are not very practical. You only see the date and time on them. In addition, you can display on the classic one, for example steps or heart rate.
As for the body itself, bracelet weighs only 13.5 grams and after a few hours of wearing you will forget that you have it on hand at all. There is also water resistance, so if you don’t want to, you don’t have to take it off your hand at all. We tried to shower with him and, as expected, he managed it without the slightest problem. Athletes will appreciate more than 120 modes and monitoring is a matter of course SpO2, stress or more detailed sleep monitoringwhich will record both the REM phase but also the breath and overall quality of sleep.
The endurance has not been evaluated in any way yet, as we have not yet managed to discharge the bracelet, as well as the sports and health functions until the review itself, which will be published later this week. If you are discouraged by the price, which is currently CZK 1,290, you can take a look at ours review Mi Band 6which is about five hundred cheaper.
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