Amazfit has updated its portfolio of smart wearables with the introduction of three new models across the GTS and GTR lineup. Here, we will be discussing the specs, features, expected price, and availability of Amazfit GTR 3, 3 Pro, and GTS 3 in Nepal.
Before we start talking about the new products, let’s look at the technologies that they are based on. Amazfit third-gen smartwatches are powered by an in-house Huangshan 2s chip. They also boot on the company’s own Zep OS.
Amazfit has introduced the concept of mini-apps in Zep OS to help elongate battery life. The company is also allowing third-party developers to make use of this new framework for their apps.
All the new smartwatches come with a BioTracker 3.0 heart sensor. It uses six photodiodes and two LEDs for more accurate readings. Similarly, with One-tap, users can get their heart rate, blood oxygen level, stress level, and breathing level in just 45 seconds. Amazfit has also announced PumpBeats for blood pressure monitoring which is now awaiting approval from concerned authorities.
Amazfit GTR 3 Pro
Let’s start with the elephant in the room. GTR 3 Pro features a 1.45-inch circular AMOLED panel. The watch case is made from aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and the whole setup weighs just 32 grams. It is available in two colors — Brown Leather and Infinity Black.
Unlike the other two watches launched alongside it, it comes with a speaker. You can use it to make calls or even summon Alexa voice assistant. As for the battery, Amazfit is claiming 12 days of endurance with normal usage and up to 35 hours with continuous usage.
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Amazfit GTR 3
Amazfit GTR 3 shares the same form factor as the Pro sibling, but with a smaller display of 1.39-inch. The bezels are also thicker, resulting in a 66% screen-to-body ratio. That being said, it can hit 1,000 nits of brightness as the Pro model. There are two color options to choose from — Thunder Black and Moonlight Grey.
GTR 3 doesn’t have a speaker, though its predecessor had one. It looks like the feature will now be exclusive to the Pro model. It doesn’t have onboard storage either.
The main selling point of GTR 3 is its battery life. On normal usage, it can last up to 21 days. Similarly, Amazfit is claiming 35 hours of endurance with active GPS.
Amazfit GTS 3, 3 Pro Specifications:
- Body: Aluminum body
- GTS 3 Pro: 46 x 46 x 10.7-mm
- GTS 3: 45.8 x 45.8 x 10.8-mm
- Weight: 32 grams (w/o stra
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