The Amazfit GTS2 Smartwatch has been launched in India and is now available for pre-order in the country. Xiaomi-backed Chinese company Huawei has said it will start deliveries of its latest smartwatch from December 21st. This smartwatch has already been launched in China and other European countries. The smartwatch is the company’s PAI health assessment system, and checks blood-oxygen saturation measurements with the Oxygen Beats AI engine. The company recently launched the Amazfit GTS2E and Amazfit GTR2E smartwatch with 90 sports modes.
AmazonFit GTS2 Price and Availability
The Amazfit GTS2 The smartwatch is now available Pre-orders On Amaz Fit The official website is Rs.12,999. For those who pre-order a smartwatch, Rs. 1,799. Deliveries begin December 21 and the smartwatch is still available in black. It is later available in Desert Rose and Gray.
Features of Amazfit GTS 2
Already Enabled In China and other global markets, the Amazfit GTS2 comes with a rectangular 1.65-inch AMOLED display with a pixel density of 341 pp and a maximum brightness of 450 nits. The smartwatch has a diamond-like carbon (oDLC) coating to provide a scratch-resistant and wear-resistant surface. IT Amazon has Alexa integration for voice commands.
The Amazfit GTS2 always comes with an on-display and users can customize the watch faces with the images they like. The smartwatch is equipped with the Oxygenbeats AI engine to measure blood-oxygen saturation. It provides 24 hour heart rate tracking, Personal Activity Intelligence (PII) Health Assessment System, Sleep Quality Monitoring and Stress Detection. The smartwatch comes with 12 built-in sports modes and is 5ATM water-resistant.
The Amaz Fit GTS2 Watch supports control of mobile music playback and comes with 3GB of local music storage. Users can attach Amazfit PowerBuds wireless headphones to listen to music directly from the watch or even play music through the watch speaker. The Amazfit GTS2 packs a 246 mAh battery that provides one week of regular use or 20 days of battery life when using power saving mode.
Can Netflix force Bollywood to reinvent itself? We discussed this Orbit, Our weekly technology podcast, you can subscribe to Apple Podcasts Or RSS, Download the episode, Or press the Play button below.