If you haven’t already heard, Amazfit from NYSE-listed China tech company Huami (NYSE:HMI) makes some really competitively priced fitness bands and smartwatches.

The Huami Amazfit GTS Smartwatch you see here is the latest to join the brand’s growing portfolio. Amazfit GTS was originally unveiled at IFA 2019 and it has been selling in China since.

Huami Amazfit GTS Smartwatch

It is also now available to several markets, including that of Germany (Media Markt and Saturn), Italy (Unieuro), Russia (Svyaznoy), Spain (El Corte Ingles) and the U.K (Amazon). It will also be available starting November in France (Mi Store).

As far look goes, Amazfit GTS is fairly controversial because, it looks very much like Apple Watch – more than another similar rectangular smartwatch that’s current in its lineup, the Amazfit Bip.

Huami Amazfit GTS Smartwatch

Notables include a 1.65-inch AMOLED display (341ppi) with Corning Gorilla 2.5D (curved), 6-axis accelerometer, 3-axis geomagnetic sensor, Bio Tracker PPG optical sensor (for heart rate monitoring), water resistance to 50 meters (165 feet), a 220 mAh lithium polymer battery that promised up to 14 days battery life (or a whopping 45 days in watch mode), Bluetooth 5.0 LE, air pressure and ambient light sensor, and silicone strap.

The processor, RAM and storage are not disclosed, though.

Anywho, all these are packed inside a 9.4 mm thin aircraft-grade aluminum alloy case that weighs just 24.8g (0.87 oz.).

It sells for 899 yuan (roughly US$128) in China. In Europe, the Amazfit GTS retails for €129.90 and ₽9,990 in Russia.

Huami Amazfit GTS Smartwatch

All images courtesy of Huami.

Published by Mike chua

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