The Amazfit GTR Mini smartwatch has been launched. As shown in leaked images earlier this year, the notebook sports a 1.28-inch (~33mm) HD AMOLED display protected by curved glass; unlike the other Mini models, the gadget has a round face. As you’d expect from the Mini, it’s compact with a diameter of 42mm (~1.65-in), a slim 9.25mm (~0.36-in) thick body and a weight of 24.6g (~0 .87 oz). A 280 mAh lithium polymer battery allows the device to run for up to 20 days on a single charge in battery saver mode or 14 days with typical use.
A new feature with the GTR Mini is the ability to upload three of your photos in Portrait Mode, which displays one of your chosen photos when you activate the watch face. Amazfit claims that its patented GPS technology, included in the gadget, can receive twice as many signals as a standard model that supports five satellite positioning systems. You can also use the device to track your training with over 120 sports modes, including intelligent tracking of seven popular sports. Health monitoring tools include heart rate and blood oxygen sensors, and you can measure your sleep and stress levels.
You can also download a wide range of third-party applications via the Zepp app. You can now buy the Amazfit GTR Mini smartwatch in the US for $119.99, in the UK for £129 and in the EU for €129.90. The watch is available in Midnight Black and Ocean Blue with a silver case or Misty Pink with a rose gold body.
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