After leaks, Amazfit last week introduced the Amazfit Band 7, the company’s latest smart band for the global markets. It has a 1.47″ AMOLED screen with 112% bigger than the previous generation and 50+ watch faces. It has 120 sport modes and is also equipped with Amazfit’s self-developed motion recognition ExerSense algorithm and the brand’s PeakBeats workout status algorithm, which tracks professional performance data like VO2 Max.
The smart band has 5 ATM water-resistance grade, PAI Health Assessment System and the ability to track and predict menstrual and fertile periods, the smart band can also track different sleep stages – including the light, deep and REM stages – and can show sleep data directly on the device. The 232 mAh battery promises up to 18 days of typical usage or up to 28 days when on battery saver mode
Amazfit Band 7 specifications
- 1.47-inch (198×368 pixels) HD 2.5D AMOLED touch display, 282 PPI
- Bluetooth 5.2 that connects to Android 7.0 and above and iOS 12.0 and above
- 5ATM (up to 50 meters) Water-resistant
- Optical heart rate and blood oxygen sensor, six-axis motion sensor
- 120 workout modes, including 4 auto-detection modes – Walking, Running, Elliptical and Rowing Machine
- Continuous heart rate tracking, continuous blood oxygen saturation monitoring, as well as 24/7 sleep tracking, Female health tracking etc.
- 50 new band faces with AOD support
- Dimensions: 42.33×24.36×12.2mm;Weight: 28g
- Amazon Alexa built-in
- 232mAh battery offers up to 18 days of battery life with typical usage, up to 28 days in battery saver mode, up to 12 days with heavy use
- Wristband material: TPU; Wrist buckle material: Aluminum alloy
- Adjustable length of wrist strap: 166mm-233mm
Pricing and availability
The Amazfit Band 7 comes in classic black and elegant beige colours with straps in pink, orange, blue and green colours, is priced at US$49.99 and is already available in select countries. It will roll out in more countries and regions soon.