Consumers in Amazfit’s home market of China will now be able to purchase the Amazfit Cor 2 smartwatch. The fitness tracker’s battery life has been lengthened, and it comes with NFC for making payments without touching the device.
The FCC only recently gave its blessing to the device, but this is the first time that we have been provided with all of the device’s specifications. The Amazfit Chronos, which is the successor to the Amazfit Cor, is actually not all that dissimilar to its predecessor.
Both of them have an accelerometer and an optical heart rate sensor for tracking fitness, as well as a 1.23-inch LCD colour display, a 2.5D curved glass touch screen on the top, a water-resistant rating of 5 ATM, and both of them, have a rating of 5 ATM. They also contain alerts for new messages, emails, and calls, as well as alarms, stopwatches, and timers. Seven-day weather predictions are also included.
The incorporation of near-field communication (NFC) connections for transactions on the Amazfit Cor 2 is the primary distinction between the two generations. The most recent iteration of this product features a body made of polycarbonate as well as extended battery life. You will be able to use it for 20 days without charging it, which is roughly double the time of its predecessor (12 days).
The Amazfit Cor 2 is now available for purchase in China for a price of CNY 299, which is equivalent to $43. Considering that it has already been granted approval by the FCC, it shouldn’t be too much longer before it is introduced in Canada.