Amazfit introduced its new watch in the face of the GTR Mini – as the name implies, they turned out to be quite miniature (42.83 × 42.83 × 9.25 mm with a weight of 24.6 grams). But the size or name did not affect the filling – the novelty is equipped with a modern biometric sensor, GPS and an Always-on screen.
The display is a 1.28-inch round panel with a resolution of 416 × 416 pixels (density – 326 dpi). It is notable for its support for Always-On constant time display technology, which is still not always found.
Amazfit GTR Mini is based on the BioTracker PPG biometric sensor capable of detecting heart rate, blood oxygen levels and stress levels (all available in continuous monitoring mode). Also, the watch can track 126 types of workouts, 7 of which can be automatically determined. You can even swim with the watch, it is protected from water according to the 5ATM standard.
Despite the presence of Always-On technology and constant monitoring of health indicators, Amazfit promises impressive autonomy thanks to a 280 mAh battery and Zepp OS 2.0 operating system: 30 days in clock display mode, 20 days with energy saving mode, 14 days with standard use, 7 days with heavy use and 25 hours with active GPS.
Amazfit GTR Mini is priced at $120.