In addition to the Redmi Buds 4 and the Redmi Buds 4 Pro, Xiaomi also introduced the Mi Band 7 today.
Xiaomi Mi Band 7
The biggest update of the Mi Band 7 is the larger display – 1.62 inches instead of 1.56 inches. The resolution is 490 x 192 pixels and there’s finally an option to keep the display always on. Xiaomi claims that the usable screen area has increased by 25%. Blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring has been improved and the fitness tracker will now vibrate on demand when the saturation falls below 90%.
The fitness tracking has also been updated with a total of 120 training modes. Four professional sport modes are on board, as well as automatic training recognition and the option to compete against friends. The 180 mAh battery of the Mi Band 7 should last up to 14 days. However, these should be values without the always-on mode. It takes 2 hours to charge the band.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 7 starts at 239 CNY and is officially available for pre-order starting today. The NFC model, which supports payments to AliPay, costs a little more.
Xiaomi Redmi Buds 4 Pro
The Redmi Buds 4 Pro are equipped with an intelligent noise reduction system that can cancel up to 43dB of noise. The buds are IP54 rated, which provides basic protection against sweat or rain.
In addition to a 10 mm speaker, there is also a 6 mm tweeter, which is rarely found in earphones. The buds support Bluetooth 5.3 and offer a latency of only 59 ms. A runtime of 9 hours is possible without ANC. The charging case offers an additional 36 hours.
The Redmi Buds 4 Pro are available for pre-order in white and black, priced at 369 CNY. They will be delivered from May 31st.
Xiaomi Redmi Buds 4
The Redmi Buds 4 also offer active noise cancellation, but only up to a level of 35 dB. Each earbud has a 10mm driver and connectivity is limited to Bluetooth 5.2. The case offers an additional 30 hours of charging time.
The Redmi Buds 4 are available in blue and white and can be pre-ordered in China starting today for 199 CNY. Shipping begins May 31st.
We expect the Mi Band 7, Redmi Buds 4 and Buds 4 Pro to hit the global market later this year.