Amazfit is yet to unveil its newest line of smartwatches, but the spec sheet and renderings have already leaked. The upcoming products are expected to be named the Amazfit GTR 4 and Amazfit GTS 4, and we have the images of these products coming in courtesy of GSMArena. According to the source, while both of these future smartwatches will have identical internals, there will be a significant variation in their looks.
According to reports, the Amazfit GTR 4 will have a 1.43-inch AMOLED panel with Always-on Display (AOD) compatibility, while the GTS 4 will have a bigger 1.75-inch AMOLED display. Both of these smartwatches will offer 200 watch faces, over 150 sports modes, and dual-band GPS. Let’s take a closer look at the GTR 4 and GTS 4 specs.
Amazfit GTR 4, Amazfit GTS 4 Specifications, Features (Expected)
The Amazfit GTR 4 will have a 1.43-inch circular AMOLED panel with a 466 x 466-pixel resolution. The AOD feature, which is getting increasingly common in this segment, will be supported by the display. The device will have a silver and black aluminium alloy case with a side button and crown element on the right side for tactile input. Leather, silicone, and nylon watch bands will be offered for the smartwatch.
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A new series of images from GSMArena shows the Amazfit GTR 4 from several perspectives, allowing us to get a better look at the overall design of the upcoming smartwatch.
On the other hand, the GTS 4 will be available in black, rose gold, and brown casings with either silicone or nylon watch straps. It will have a bigger 1.75-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 390 x 450 pixels. The device will be rectangular in shape and made of metal in its entirety. Without the strap, the product will be 9.9mm thick and 27 grams in weight.
Both of these upcoming smartwatches will include a speaker and microphone, as well as Bluetooth calling and music playback options. According to the report, the company will also include its new 4PD BioTracker 4.0 PPG optical sensor on these smartwatches, which will provide more accurate all-day assessments of heart rate, blood oxygen, and stress levels. In terms of software, both smartwatches will use the Zepp OS 2.0 interface and in some regions, these smartwatches will even support Amazon Alexa.
Since the images and spec sheet have already been released, we believe the actual launch will take place sometime this month. The availability and pricing information will be revealed as soon as these watches become available.
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