Amazfit launches the new Band 7 with promises of outstanding battery performance and upgraded sports features. The latest addition to the Amazfit smart band collection comes with a color HD AMOLED display(282 PPI), 5 ATM water resistance, SpO2 sensor, 18-day battery life, 24/7 heart-rate tracking, and sleep tracking.
Its predecessor, the Amazfit Band 5, was released in 2020, and there was no Band 6. In comparison to Band 5, Band 7 comes with a 1.47-inch display, which is 112% larger than the 1.1-inch display on Band 5. Plus, it supports over 50+ watch faces and also allows you to upload images.
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The Amazfit Band 7 is packed with a BioTracker™ 3.0 PPG biometric sensor that allows users to track stress, blood oxygen(SpO2), and heart rate around the clock. The watch also alerts you about the low oxygen level in your blood.
It also features sleep tracking via SomnusCare, which tracks and analyzes your sleep patterns. Female health tracking is another great feature for women, as it tracks their menstrual cycles.
The new smart band also features Huami-PAI™ 3.0 health assessment system that tracks your physical activities and provides a score out of 100. Just like Mi Smart Band 7, the Amazfit Band 7 comes with 120-sport modes with automatic activity detection of activities, including walking, running, elliptical, and Rowing machines via ExerSense.
Built-in GPS was rumored to come with built-in GPS. But, it is not available on this model. The Amazfit Band 7 is compatible with Android and iOS devices, and NFC Payment is also not supported by this model.
When it comes to the battery life, the Band 7 is powered by a 232mAh battery which can last for 28-days in battery saver mode and 18-days in normal mode. The company claims that the battery last for 12 days in heavy usage mode with features like 24/7 heart-rate monitoring and sleep tracking turned on. In contrast, the battery life of the Band 5 was 15-days in normal mode.
In addition to the smartphone notifications, the Band 7 features voice assistant support via Amazon Alexa. You can also control music playback, take photos, and set alarms directly from the band.
The Amazfit Band 7 is priced at $49.99 and will be available on the Amazfit Website from 20 July. It will be available on Amazon and in other countries soon!