The Amazfit GTR 2 and GTS 2 Were Introduced By Huami in the United States and the United Kingdom

Today, Huami made the Amazfit GTR 2 and GTS 2 smartwatches available for purchase in the United States and the United Kingdom. Each arrives with some excellent additions to the package.

Both the Amazfit shop and Amazon will sell the watches for a price of $179 each. In the United States, the Amazfit GTR 2 will be available for purchase beginning on October 30th, while the Amazfit GTS 2 will be available beginning on November 1st in the United Kingdom.

Early in the month of August was when we first broke the news of the new watches. Since then, we have witnessed the introduction of the Amazfit Neo. The device costs less than fifty dollars and has an oddly retro appearance that is reminiscent of the older Casio watches in certain ways. It sports a four-sided STN display that is 1.2 inches and is black and white. The display is comparable in size and form to the one seen on the Amazfit Ares.

In contrast to the Neo, which may be the first model in a new series, both the GTS 2 and the GTR 2 are devices from the second generation. The first one is circular in shape, while the second one is rectangular in shape. The specifications are pretty much the same. These gadgets come with a ton of capability already baked in, including a GPS receiver that is built right in.

Amazfit GTR 2

Both of the watches of the second generation are progressive improvements on the original devices, but they are more streamlined and have a lower weight. The GTR 2 features the same 1.39-inch AMOLED display as its predecessor. It is protected by a layer of mirror glass that has a hardness of 9H Mohs, making it resistant to scratches and drops. The dimensions are 454 × 454 and the pixel per inch count is 326. The brightness of this type of display may reach up to 450 nits, and it also features a mode that keeps the display on at all times.

The watch is now 9.7 millimeters less thick and 24.7 grams lighter than it was previously. In spite of this, Huami was able to fit a bigger 471 mAh battery into the device. This battery is expected to last 14 days when it is working normally and 38 days when it is working with less power.

The display can be personalized to display any one of forty distinct faces. This is done with a program that used to be called Zepp but has since changed its name and is now compatible with both Android and iOS.

When it comes to the sensors, the most notable improvement is the switch from a 6-axis accelerometer to a 9-axis accelerometer. Aside from that, you will get the latest version of the BioTracker 2 PPG, a 3-axis geomagnetic sensor, an air pressure sensor, a capacitive sensor, an ambient light brightness sensor, GPS + GLONASS, and NFC.

According to our reviews from the previous year, there were problems with the GPS and the heart rate monitor while exercising. Let’s keep our fingers crossed that Huami has gotten better at both.

The SpO2 sensor is yet another innovative device. According to the company, its blood oxygen measurement accuracy is within a margin of error of only 1.6 percent. The blood oxygen engine known as OxygenBeats and the new sleep engine known as SomnusCare are responsible for this development.

Built-in memory for audio is the final significant update that was made in comparison to the original. There is a total of three gigabytes of memory available for use here. Through the use of a WiFi connection, music can be downloaded onto the watch. The Bluetooth connection is, of course, still present on the device, and it can be utilized to establish a connection with wireless headphones or a mobile device.

Alexa support is included in the international edition, which was not included in the Chinese version. On-board hardware consists of a microphone and a speaker, so all of the necessary components are present. In addition to this, it is also possible to use it to take calls from a connected smartphone, which was not an option in the past.

The brand-new watch is available in both a traditional type and a sporty form. The first one has a body made out of stainless steel and a leather strap, while the second one has a body made out of aluminum alloy and a silicone strap. The proportions of the watch are identical in both scenarios.

Amazfit GTS 2

In addition to that, we got the second generation of the beautiful GTS today. This one has a 1.65-inch AMOLED display, which is slightly larger than the one that came before it; however, the device as a whole is lighter and slimmer.

The rating for this item is 341, and it features a diamond coating that prevents scratches as well as 450 nits of brightness. Multiple dials provide you with the ability to fine-tune the appearance of the display.

The internal specifications are not all that dissimilar to those of the GTR 2. Additionally, the watch features a music storage capacity of 3 gigabytes. And in addition to monitoring for sleep apnea, there is a brand new capability for measuring blood oxygen levels. Both the GTS 2 and the GTR 2 come equipped with a total of 12 different sports modes. In the not too distant future, this will be increased to ninety.

The battery now has 246 mAh, which is more than it had before. This provides a battery life of seven days when used normally, and twenty days when only the bare minimum is required. Also, you can connect to the internet through Wi-Fi Local Area Network (WLAN) at 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth version 5.0.

The lightweight aluminum alloy case of the Amazfit GTS 2 will come in midnight black, desert gold, or urban grey, and each color will be paired with a matching strap. It is available for purchase on Amazon.com.

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