Not that current smartwatches are any chunky, but hey, if you can one that is lighter and slimmer, then why not, right? And lightweight and ultra-slim is exactly what the new Amazfit GTS 2 mini Smartwatch are. The Amazfit GTS 2 mini will join the recently revealed Amazfit GTS2 and GTR 2 smartwatches at the digital-only CES 2021.

Amazfit GTS 2 mini Smartwatch

While the Amazfit GTS 2 mini may be smaller and very much lighter, Huami made no sacrifices on the features. Packed into its super thin 8.95 mm thin, 19.5g (0.69 oz) aluminum alloy body is an Always-on 1.55-inch AMOLED display that boasts 450 nit brightness, 301 ppi, 100% NTSC high-color saturation, and 2.5D Glass.

Like many such smartwatches in the market, the RAM and storage, as well as the processor, are unknown. However, we do know that it has a 1-button design, water resistance to 5 ATM (50 meters or 164 feet), a 220 mAh battery good for up to 14 days of use, 20 mm silicone watch band with classic pin buckle clasp, Bluetooth 5.0 BLE and a whole lot of sensors, including accelerometer, gyroscope, geomagnetic sensor, ambient light sensor and vibration motor.

Amazfit GTS 2 mini Smartwatch

As far as a smartwatch goes, it is rocking Huami-developed BioTracker 2 PPG that supports blood-oxygen saturation measurement, 24-hour heart rate monitoring, sleep quality monitoring, female cycle tracking, PAI Health Assessment System, stress level monitoring, Pomodoro clock, breathing exercises, and over 70 built-in sports modes with real-time tracking and analysis.

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Amazfit GTS 2 mini Smartwatch is supposed to be available for pre-order on Amazon starting December 15, 2020, for US$99.99, but we can’t find the listing. It is, however, listed on its U.S. website.

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