Xiaomi Band 8 Appears on NRRA Certification With Live Images

Last year, Xiaomi launched the Mi Band 7 in its domestic market which debuted as the Xiaomi Smart Band 7 earlier this year in the global market. Now, it appears that the brand is gearing up to launch its successor called the Xiaomi Band 8 in the coming months.

Twitter user Simranpal Singh has spotted the Xiaomi Band 8 on South Korea’s NRRA certification website. The listing reveals some key features along with the images that reveal its design.


The live images of the Xiaomi Band 8 showcase its overall design. Much like its predecessor, the Xiaomi Band 8 will have a capsule-shaped appearance. However, there is a noticeable difference in the strap design. The forthcoming Xiaomi Band 8 will introduce a two-piece detachable strap, similar to those found on the Xiaomi Band 7 Pro.

The device bears the model number M2239B1. It is revealed that the Xiaomi Band 8 will feature Bluetooth 5.1 for connectivity. Previously, the same wearable was spotted on the TRDA database. Currently, the finer details about the Xiaomi Band 8 are still a mystery. We can however look at the Xiaomi Band 7 to get an idea of what to expect.

Xiaomi Band 7 specs & features

The Xiaomi Band 7 boasts a 1.62-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with a high resolution of 192 × 490 pixels, 326ppi pixel density, and a brightness of up to 500nits. It comes with over 100 watch faces and can display information constantly.

Mi Band 7

This fitness tracker has an optical heart rate and blood oxygen sensor that provides continuous monitoring of heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, sleep, and female health. It can track steps, and calories, and has 120 workout modes including outdoor and indoor running, cycling, and more.

With a 180mAh battery, the Xiaomi Band 7 can last up to 15 days on a single charge and takes around 2 hours to charge with its magnetic charger. It is lightweight at 13.5 grams and has dimensions of 46.5 × 20.7 × 12.25mm. Other features include music control, camera shutter control, notifications, and more.

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