CES 2021 saw the release of Amazfit’s GTR 2e and GTS 2e smartwatches, in an all-digital release by the brand along with a horde of new features. Both the watches are built with an aluminium alloy body and feature sleek curves to enhance comfort for the wearer. The watches also feature vacuum coating for a scratch-free and wear-resistant screen.
While the GTS 2e features a 1.65 inch rotatable HD AMOLED screen, the GTR 2e features a similar configuration, albeit with a smaller sized screen at 1.39 inches. Moreover, while the GTS 2e model boasts of a 341 ppi pixel density, the GTR 2e has 326 ppi pixel density.
The smartwatch has the feature of measuring the wearer’s blood oxygen saturation at any given point. Additionally, the BioTrackerTM 2 PPG high-precision optical sensor enables the watches to provide 24-hour heart rate monitoring. They can also provide warnings when the wearer’s resting heart rate is abnormally elevated.
The Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) system allows for users to understand their physical state through a score that is calculated by considering the heart rate, activity duration and other health data into a single, intuitive score.
Both the models feature stress level monitoring, as well as 90 outdoor sports modes that can be accessed via an offline voice assistant as well. Additionally, sleep monitoring is also one of the key features of the newest releases by Amazfit with the likes of sleep stage analysis and sleep breathing tracking all built into the models.
The GTR 2e model claims to have a battery life that lasts 24 days with normal use. Whereas the GTS 2e model lasts 14 days with normal use. Both watches can also be connected to the Zepp app available for smartphones to check their physical condition at anytime and check their body data as well.
The GTR 2e, as well as the GTS 2e are available right now on Amazfit’s official website, with both being priced at US $139.99.