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Amazfit’s new wearables have different faces to match a user's style

By Ken Wong - on 18 Jan 2021, 10:05am

Amazfit’s new wearables have different faces to match a user's style

The new Amazfit GTR 2e and GTS 2e smartwatches. Image courtesy of Amazfit.

As part of their CES line-up, wearables vendor Amazfit unveiled their Amazfit GTR 2e and GTS 2e smartwatches.

The round-faced Amazfit GTR 2e comes with a rotatable, curved bezel-less design and will be available in three colours. The 326ppi, AMOLED high-resolution screen is always-on and the 1.39-inch display will have more than 50 different faces for users to choose from. Battery life for the GTR 2e is 24 days so users need never fear that the smartwatch is going to run out of power during the week.

The Amazfit GTS 2e smartwatch has a square 1.65-inch HD AMOLED screen with 341ppi. Like the GTR 2e, it has a long battery life, but in the case of the GTS 2e, it is a shorter 7-days of typical use. Still more adequate although, this can be stretched to 20-days on power-saving mode with some features turned off.


Shared features

The GTR 2e has a long battery life. Image courtesy of Amazfit.

Both smartwatches share some features that work similarly across both, such as their health monitoring capabilities to deliver a report of their user’s health.

Both come with Amazfit’s latest BioTracker 2 PPG high-precision optical sensor. This allows the smartwatches to perform 24-hour heart rate monitoring and even provide warnings when a user’s resting heart rate is abnormally elevated.

When engaged in sustained physical activity, such as running a marathon or doing intense outdoor exercise, users can measure their Blood-oxygen Saturation Measurement (SpO2) level the moment their energy starts flagging.

The Amazfit GTR 2e and GTS 2e smartwatches support in-depth sleep and stress monitoring as well.

Both smartwatches are able to determine different sleep stages, tracking the sleep breathing condition, and providing quality analysis and suggestions for improvement. The watches also recognise daytime naps over 20 minutes in order to record more complete sleep information.

Stress levels from relaxed, normal, medium, or high throughout the day are monitored with the user told if levels get too high along with suggestions on lowering it.

Health data is fed into the Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI), a health assessment system that uses algorithms to convert complex data such as heart rate, activity duration and other health data into a single, intuitive score for users to easily understand their physical state.

Users also have access to an upgraded Zepp App, which conducts a comprehensive analysis of multiple data sources to provide 24/7 management of body data, helping users check their physical condition at any time.


Pricing and availability

On sale now at Amazfit's official online store at Shopee. Image courtesy of Amazfit.

Both the Amazfit GTR 2e and GTS 2e smartwatches are on sale now at Amazfit’s online store on Shopee for S$199.



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