The wearable's design has also been teased by the Chinese company, which used a video to tease a clip-on rectangular display dial, a first for the Xiaomi fitness band line.
Although the Pro version's specifications are not yet known, it is expected to be an improved version of the Mi Smart Band 7 and Mi Smart Band 7 NFC, which were introduced last month.
The Mi Band 7 Pro will be released on July 4 along with the Xiaomi 12S series, according to an announcement made by Xiaomi Smart Ecosystem on its Weibo account. The wearable will feature a rectangular display and an advanced, professional-level sports and health monitoring experience. According to an earlier report, the Pro model is anticipated to include GPS and a larger battery (perhaps 250mAh) than the 180mAh battery included in the Mi Band 7.
As previously mentioned, the Mi Band 7 Pro will debut alongside the Xiaomi 12S series. The smartphone series includes the Xiaomi 12S, Xiaomi 12S Pro, and Xiaomi 12S Ultra handsets. Xiaomi and Leica's partnership, which was announced just last month, is highlighted in the launch's teaser image posted by company CEO Lei Jun. Additionally, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra will be the world's first smartphone to feature Sony's latest IMX989 camera sensor.
Moreover, the Xiaomi 12S series' specifications have previously leaked on numerous occasions. The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor is anticipated to power all the phones in the series. Rumours suggest that the Xiaomi 12S Pro Dimensity Edition will use the chipmaker's Dimensity 9000 SoC.