MADRID, 12 Oct. (Portaltic/EP) –
Amazfit has presented the new GTR 3, GTR 3 Pro and GTS 3 smartwatches, designed to take care of the user’s health and monitor both physical and mental well-being, which will be available from October 18.
The new Amazfit watches include Zepp software, with which users can monitor, analyze and manage their physical well-being through exercise, both on Android and iOS devices, and even connect to popular health platforms Apple Health or Google Fit , Strava, Relive, Runkeeper, and TrainingPeaks.
They also integrate a six-photodiode BioTracker PPG 3.0, which measures heart rate, blood oxygen, stress level, and respiratory rate in 45 seconds, and provides notifications of abnormally high or low heart rates.
They also allow you to track the ground, as the clocks can monitor the phases of light, deep and REM sleep, as well as waking hours at night, daytime naps of more than 20 minutes or the quality of breathing during sleep. sleep. And it includes a menstrual cycle monitor, which records the dates of the menstrual period and its duration. In addition, it provides data on the fertile periods in women.
The watches allow you to customize direct access to applications and cards, include the Alexa assistant, GPS and motivation tools. It also has daily management tools, such as message notifications, sedentary and water reminders, calendar, events, and to-do lists, among others.
THREE NEW AMAZFIT WATCHES
GTR 3 Pro is the most advanced model in the new series of Amazfit watches. It has a 1.45-inch 331ppi ultra HD resolution AMOLED circular screen and features a 70.6 percent screen-to-body ratio.
The company has highlighted that it is one of the largest round screens on the market, and this allows to visualize a wide range of functions and sports modes that are executed with the navigation crown, to obtain an intuitive haptic response when turning with the fingertips. fingers.
The watch includes more than 150 sports modes and functions to monitor health 24 hours a day. It also has an intelligent recognition function (for up to eight standard sports) that notifies the user so they do not lose track of activity.
GTR 3 Pro has a 450mAh battery that provides up to twelve days of life on a single charge. It also has an internal memory of 2.3GB and Bluetooth connectivity to link it to the ‘smartphone’ and be able to answer calls hands-free.
For its part, GTR 3 is made of an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, with a rotating crown and a bezel design that integrates with the curved glass screen. It stands out for offering a 1.39-inch AMOLED screen and integrating a 450mAh battery with autonomy for up to 21 days.
The third model, GTS 3, has a 1.75-inch square AMOLED screen, ultra HD resolution and 341 ppi. It offers a screen-to-body ratio of 72.4 percent.
GTR 3 and GTS 3 will have a price in Europe that will start at 149.99 euros, while GTR 3 Pro will start at 199.99 euros. All three models will be available from October 18.