Xiaomi is working on a new generation of fitness bracelets that will be equipped with curved screens. This information was obtained from the company’s patent application, which contains sketches of the new device.
The patent explicitly mentions “smart bracelet” and also emphasizes that the smart bracelet’s unique design focuses on shape and ergonomics. But details about the characteristics of the device are not yet available.
Xiaomi is not the first manufacturer to experiment with such a display for wearables, as back in 2020 Nubia launched its Nubia Watch with a curved display.
The Nubia Watch launched on Kickstarter with a starting price of $180 in September 2020.
The first official image of Xiaomi Mi Band 7. The fitness bracelet received an even larger screen than expected
Today, the first official details about the Xiaomi Mi Band 7 fitness bracelet have appeared, and the first official image has also been published. It turned out that the new screen is even larger than previously thought: 1.62 inches, not 1.56 inches. Compared to its predecessor, the size of the AMOLED display has been increased by about a quarter.
Xiaomi promises improved wearing comfort, better responsiveness to user actions, a refined interface, many training modes, and, of course, NFC. Recall that yesterday Mi Band 7 with NFC lit up in a Chinese online store with a price of $ 40.
It is expected that Mi Band 7 will receive heart rate and SpO2 sensors, a GPS receiver, a battery with a capacity increased to 250 mAh, a GPS receiver and Zepp OS as a software platform.
Xiaomi Mi Band 7 NFC spotted in a Chinese online store. Price – $40
Details about the new Xiaomi Mi Band 7 fitness bracelets have already been published on the Web, and now the novelty has appeared on the website of one of the Chinese online stores, and immediately in the version with an NFC adapter.
The most important thing is the price of the device. It is 40 dollars. That is, Mi Band 7 will continue to be one of the most affordable devices in its niche. The cost of the version without NFC should be 7-10 dollars lower.
There are no new details about the characteristics, but it was previously reported that the Mi Band 7 will receive a 1.56-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 490 x 192 pixels, heart rate and SpO2 sensors, a battery increased to 250 mAh capacity, a GPS receiver and Zepp OS in as a software platform. Also, the device has already been certified in China and, apparently, is really put into mass production.
Built-in games, Bluetooth calling, IP68, and SpO2 in $23 watch. Fire-Bolt Ninja 3 introduced
Popular wearable device maker Fire-Boltt has unveiled a new smartwatch called the Fire-Boltt Ninja 3 that comes with some cool features including Bluetooth calling and built-in games.
The Fire-Boltt Ninja 3 smartwatch features a large 1.69-inch 240 x 280 pixel LCD display, as well as a side button for easy user interface navigation. The watch offers many health-related features such as real-time heart rate monitoring and an SpO2 sensor to monitor blood oxygen levels and sleep. The watch supports 60 sports modes, including basketball, football, tennis, running, walking and others.
The smartwatch has also received built-in games, including the popular 2048 puzzle and Flappy Bird clone, which can be easily played without the need to connect to a smartphone. They also offer several cloud watch faces.
Fire-Boltt claims the Ninja 3 can last up to 7 days on a single charge and is IP68 rated. The smart watch supports call and notification alerts, media playback and camera control.
The price of the device is only $23.
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