This Tuesday morning (4), Xiaomi launched the Band 7 Pro, a smart bracelet that is almost a smartwatch. In addition to a large rectangular screen, it comes with new premium features such as built-in GPS.
One of the main attractions is the battery life of up to 12 days, which surpasses several models of smart bracelets in the same category.
Xiaomi Band 7 Pro has a 1.64-inch rectangular AMOLED screen, it is capable of monitoring more than 100 sports activities and also the health of users, analyzing sleep and heart rate, for example. According to Xiaomi, the suggested price of the smart bracelet is €99, approximately R$505 in direct conversion.
The Redmi Pad, as rumors have been pointing out, is a tablet with a focus on cost-effectiveness and but also promises to deliver good performance and power autonomy. The device has a 10.6-inch LCD screen and 90 Hz refresh rate.
The tablet also has a MediaTek Helio G99 processor and will have versions with up to 6 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of internal storage, expandable up to 1 TB via Micro SD card. In addition, the tablet has a long-lasting battery (8000 mAh) and support for 18W charging.
The suggested retail price of the Redmi Tab is €279, around R$1,425.
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