The new Amazfit T-Rex Pro is even tougher than before

Huami has released the all-new Amazfit T-Rex Pro today. The Explorers Watch is a more advanced version of the Amazfit T-Rex.

The first-generation timepiece was announced at CES 2020 and went on sale in the United States around a year ago. This is a device that will last a long time. It is certified to US Military Standard 810g (MIL-STD-810G).

In terms of specifications, it’s everything you’d expect from a rugged sports watch. The usual fitness tracker features (PPG Optical HRM sensor, 3-axis acceleration, geomagnetic, ambient light), as well as built-in GPS/GLONASS and water resistance. All of this comes with a battery life of approximately three weeks (20 hours with GPS enabled).

The first generation’s AMOLED display is 1.3 inches in size and rests atop a high-strength polymer shell measuring 47.7 x 47.7 x 13.5 mm. Despite this, the device is only 58 grammes.

Amazfit T-Rex Pro Huami (or Zepp as it is now known abroad) is quite adept at producing Amazfit-branded gadgets on a consistent basis. Some could say it’s a little too excellent, as keeping track of all the many iterations is becoming increasingly tough!

Because of the January FCC database registration, we knew the Amazfit T-Rex Pro was on the way. On the outside, this updated version is identical to the original. However, the company claims that this time the device is considerably harder, having passed 15 military-grade tests. In case you were wondering, it has three more endurance tests than its predecessor.

The specs for the Amazfit T-Rex Pro were leaked after the device was registered with the FCC in January.

A newer BioTracker 2 PPG sensor with blood oxygen tracking, four global navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo) instead of two, a barometric altimeter, and more sports modes are among the other enhancements.

Surprisingly, Firstbeat data is visible on the smartphone. They provide information on VO2Max, training load, and recovery. We love these kinds of metrics and hope to see more of them on Amazfit watches in the future.

ExerSense is also a brand-new concept. It recognises and monitors eight sports modes automatically in case you forget to turn them on.

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Despite the improvements in specifications, the battery life remains unchanged at 18 days. However, with GPS turned on, the time was increased to 40 hours. That’s rather good, and exactly what you’d expect from an outdoor watch.

The sharp, uncompromising appearance hasn’t changed. The Meteorite Black, Desert Grey, and Steel Blue color options are the most noticeable design differences. Rock Black, Army Green, Gun Gray, Came Green, and Khaki are available in the non-pro version. The outside bezel now features a metal-spray finish, giving it a more premium look.

The following are the most critical specifications:

The specs for the Amazfit T-Rex Pro were leaked after the device was registered with the FCC in January.

Overall, this is a wonderful incremental improvement over the original gadget. It is surely worth considering if you enjoy adventurous activities.

The Amazfit T-Rex Pro is available in the United States for $179.99. The watch is now available for purchase at It’s also available on Amazon (check price).

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