At IFA, Huami debuted two new Amazfit wearables – and teased the beauty in the image above.
But first things first, let’s see what’s confirmed.
The Amazfit GTS might appeal to AppleWatch fans, as it follows mostly the same design (as seen with the Amazfit Bip) but really sets a new standard for battery life.
The Amazfit GTS brags about up to 14 days of battery life and 25 hours of running with GPS constantly enabled.
While it doesn’t have EKG like Apple Watch 3, it does include an always-on heart rate sensor, 12 sports modes and quick access widgets for convenience.
Size-wize, it doesn’t stray far from its competitor – it has an 1.65-inch 341 PP AMOLED display covered in 2.5D curved glass and the metal body is just 9.4 mm thick.
Compatible with both Android and ioS and available is six colors, you should expect the Amazfit GTS to be a very affordable smartwatch.
In China, it retails for 899 yuan, which converts to around $126.
The second Huami smartwatch on the IFA 2019 showroom floor is the Stratos 3, the latest sporty Amazfit.
With a round, 1.34-inch display, and a breathable silicone strap, the Stratos 3 is more expensive and features a beefier battery life.
Set it in Ultra Endurance Mode and this smartwatch can work up to 14 days for regular use or 35 to 70 hours in GPS mode.
Just like the Amazfit GTS, it has a heart rate monitor, activity tracking for 11 different sports and 5 ATM water resistance.
In China, it goes for 1299 yuan, which is slightly less than $200 USD.
And lastly, Huawei also teased a new wearable that won’t be here until 2020.
Meet the Amazfit X, a smartwatch with a curved display that resembles Nubia’s offerings. Huami says the Amazfit X will have a 2.07-inch curved screen with a 326 PPI resolution and 430 nits brightness. Even more, even the battery itself will be curved!
We can’t wait to see this one outside of a render, perhaps at MWC 2020 or CES 2020.