Huami the smart wearable brand, is going to launch the Amazfit Band 7 from November 8 in India. The company is likely to list the product on its official website and Amazon India. Folks over at GSMArena has got their hands on the Amazon teaser of the product that reveals the design, availabilty, and other details.
The Amazfit Band 7 is said to cost Rs. 3,499 ($42/€43); however, as part of the launch day offer, it will be available for Rs. 2,999 ($36/€37) on November 8. The company offers two color variants - Classic Black and Elegant Beige. As per the promo material, there will also be a Pink model, however the same will reportedly not be released on the launch date. The users could get to customize their smart band with four strap colors - Green, Blue, Pink, and Orange.
The Amazfit Band 7 is already available elsewhere. Based on that, we know that the smart band features a 1.47" color AMOLED touchscreen with a 368x198 pixels resolution. In addition, the display offers an anti-fingerprint coating and is protected by tempered glass. The Band 7 supports Always-On Display and will come with over 50 watch faces. In addition, it offers eight customizable watch faces, and you can create your own watch face design by adding pictures from connected phone.
The Zepp OS would be the software experience shipping with the smart band. It is apparently compatible with Android 7.0 and above as well as iOS 12.0 and above. Band 7 packs a 232 mAh battery and will provide 18 days of battery life in everyday usage and 12 days in heavy use. After the battery completely drains, Amazfit claims that a full charge with the bundled charger will take about two hours.
The Band 7 comes with tons of health and fitness features, including blood oxygen level measurement, heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and stress measurement. It also supports menstrual cycle tracking for women. The Amazfit Band 7 also supports 120 sports modes, with smart recognition for walking, running, elliptical, and rowing machines. The Amazfit Band 7's highlights include 5ATM water resistance, built-in Alexa, and Bluetooth 5.2 BLE. Unfortunately, the Band 7 doesn't have a built-in GPS, and so it relies on the connected smartphone's navigation system for route tracking.a