Some insiders believe that the company will not be limited to releasing only one fitness bracelet. It plans to release Xiaomi Band 7 Pro and this may happen on the same day as the debut of Xiaomi 12 Ultra. Recall that the new flagship should be available in July and the presentation date is July 9th.
If we talk about how Xiaomi Band 7 may differ from Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro, then network insiders suggest that the novelty can get a slightly enlarged display, a 250 mAh battery and a GPS module.
The company itself does not betray its intention to introduce the Xiaomi Band 7 Pro. Although earlier the mention of this fitness bracelet appeared in the application code for the Mi Door Lock smart lock. True, later this information was “cleaned up”. Whether the company is really preparing for the announcement of Xiaomi Band 7 Pro, we will find out later.
Xiaomi Band 7 Pro is preparing for release: first details
Apart from the Xiaomi Band 7 Pro, a few minutes ago, Lei Jun, the founder and CEO of Xiaomi, published a new poster on the collaboration with Leica on his Weibo page. The photo shows Leica Camera AG CEO Matthew Harsch, who stated: “In the field of photography, Xiaomi and Leica share a common vision and both sides are fully committed to innovation. This guarantees high quality.”
Lei Jun confirmed that Xiaomi and Leica are looking forward to showing the new smartphone, and added, “Currently, the test results of the product have far exceeded expectations, and engineers from both sides are making further improvements.” Earlier, Lei Jun posted a couple of teasers on his page; in which he stated that he found his old Leica camera; and decided to re-learn photography, which turned out to be quite difficult.
The Xiaomi 12 Ultra to have a 6.73-inch 3200 x 1440 pixel display that will use an AMOLED LTPO 2.0 panel. This will allow the display to adaptively adjust its refresh rate from 1 to 120 Hz. Supposedly, Xiaomi 12 Ultra will get a Sony IMX800 image sensor; which will bring with it faster autofocus, improved low-light performance, and improved image stabilization. The optical format of the Sony IMX800 will be 1/1.1 inches; while the sensor will have a resolution of 50 megapixels. It will be one of the largest sensors on the market. In addition, the smartphone will receive a 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module and a 48-megapixel telephoto lens. The main camera will offer 120x zoom. The front camera will also have a resolution of 48 megapixels.