Zepp Health has today unveiled its new Amazfit Band 7 band with Zepp OS software. The new fitness tracker is much improved over the last Band 5, and also gets Zepp OS support. After Aamzfit T-Rex 2 & GTS 4 Mini, it is another wearable to run on home-nurtured OS in the current year. The new software also lets users use mini apps on the smart band. It is a good start by the company that users can use essential apps on the fitness band.
The new band sports a 1.47-inch HD AMOLED touchscreen with 282 PPI density, and it weighs 28g. It supports 120 sports modes, and it has an ExerSense function to recognize exercises. It automatically recognizes running, walking, elliptical, and rowing machine workouts.
The band has packed with 232mAh battery power. The battery runs for 18 days in normal mode, 12 days in heavy mode, and 28 days in power-saving mode. Amazfit has loaded over 50+ watch faces on the band, and there are 8 custom faces to set your own background.
In the health segment, it offers continuous heart rate, sleep score, SpO2, stress level, menstrual cycle, PAI score, camera & music control, and screen lock features. It also has an Amazon Alexa assistant to give a voice command. You can set an alarm, set a reminder, start a workout, or ask questions with Alexa.
Furthermore, it is water-resistant and comes in Blue, Green, Black, Beige, Pink, and Orange colors. The new Amazfit Band 7 is now available to purchase in the US for $49.99. To purchase it, you can visit the Amazon website or the official Amazfit US website.