The Amazfit Bip 3 Pro will go on sale in India today for the first time. This new smartwatch was launched in the country a few days back. As far as the specifications go, the device comes with a 1.69-inch color TFT display which has 2.5D Glass and AF coating. The Bip 3 Pro has a 5ATM water rating, SpO2 sensor, 60+ sports mode, and 24-hour heart rate monitoring support. The smartwatch even has inbuilt GPS function and reportedly offers 14 days battery life with typical use.
Amazfit Bip 3 Pro First Sale, Pricing, Availability
The Amazfit Bip 3 Pro comes in black, pink, and cream colour options. The smartwatch can be purchased in India for ₹3,999 via Flipkart and Amazfit.com starting from today.
Amazfit Bip 3 Pro Specifications, Features
The Amazfit Bip 3 Pro features a 1.69-inch colour TFT display. The display panel on the smartwatch support 240 × 280 pixels resolution. Furthermore, the smartwatch also has a 2.5D Glass and an AF coating. The Bip 3 Pro has an SpO2 sensor, 24-hour heart rate monitoring support, BioTracker 2 PPG biometric sensor, and Stress level tracking.
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Besides, the Bip 3 Pro has a four-satellite positioning system, built-in GPS, 60+ sports modes, and a 5ATM water resistance rating. The smartwatch also has PAI Health Assessment System support which gathers health and fitness data, as well as data from the user’s everyday activities. It packs a 280mAh battery which can supposedly last for up to 14 days with typical use and up to seven days with heavy use. The Bip 3 Pro has sleep quality monitoring support with sleep stages. It can also monitor daytime naps, sleep breathing quality, and sleep score.
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For connectivity, the Bip 3 Pro makes use of Bluetooth v5.0 LE. Users can connect the smartwatch to devices running Android 7.0 and iOS 12.0 or above. Lastly, the smartwatch can receive notifications for incoming calls, messages, and reminders.
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