“The Amazit GTS smartwatch promises a battery life of 14 days under normal usage without continuous heart-rate tracking”
According to Amazon India, the Amazfit GTS smartwatch will be available for purchase in India soon. The e-commerce giant has launched a new ‘Notify Me’ page for the Amazfit GTS and it looks like it’s going to be exclusively available on the platform. Huami, the brand behind the Amazfit smartwatches and fitness bands, announced the GTS in August in China. It is both a fitness band and a smartwatch with several features such as a heart rate sensor, 5ATM water resistance, and a 1.65-inch AMOLED display. The company had also launched the Amazfit GTR in India last month.
The Amazfit GTS price in India hasn’t been unveiled in the teaser page, but it is expected to cost less than Rs 10,000. The smartwatch is priced at RMB 899 in China, which is around $126. It will most likely be available in Black and Grey metal case with a total of 6 bands to choose from. We expect Huami to launch the smartwatch in India later this month.
Since the watch is already available in China, we already know all the specifications. The Amazfit GTS gets a 1.65-inch AMOLED display with 341ppi and an always-on mode. The display is mounted on to an aluminium alloy case and is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. The watch looks similar in design to the Apple Watch. It even has a single modular dial on one side, which is used to power on the smartwatch.
The watch has an in-built BioTracker PPG optical heart rate sensor at the back, which can offer continuous heart rate tracking. A total of 12 sport modes are available at a tap and it also offers 5ATM water resistance. This means that the Amazfit GTS is swimming pool friendly. It also provides sleep tracking and the 220mAh battery can last up to 14 days on a single charge. Of course, this is with the continuous heart rate tracking feature disabled. With the feature enabled, it can last around 22 hours. It gets Bluetooth 5.0 LE and in-built GPS+GLONASS. It supports both Android and iOS smartphones.