Amazfit has added three new models to its growing smartwatch line: the GTR 3 Pro, GTR 3, and GTS 3, each powered by the company’s own Zepp OS.
The Zepp OS promises low power consumption and compatibility with both Android and iOS devices. It also connects to Apple Health and Google Fit for syncing health data as well as Strava, Relive, Runkeeper, and TrainingPeaks for syncing and sharing sports data. You can customize the look using one of 150+ watch faces, which include dynamic effects and smooth animations. Soon, you will also be able to design your own watch face and mini apps using the app developer kit.
Test four health metrics in a single tap using the built-in 6PD (photodiodes) BioTracker PPG 3.0, which measures heart rate, blood oxygen, stress level, and breathing rate in as little as 45 seconds. It monitors all day heart rate, even while swimming, with alerts for abnormally high or low heart rates. It can also track heart rate zones for optimizing workouts. Your current health and wellbeing is calculated and converted into a single PAI score, collated from data based on the past seven days of activity. Track your runs as well with the optional Virtual Pacer, then optimize your progress and recovery with the PeakBeats performance algorithm.
You can also monitor light, deep, and REM sleep stages, plus your waking times during the night, daytime naps over 20 minutes, and monitor your sleep breathing quality. Check your sleep data directly on the watch.
There’s also advanced menstrual cycle tracking for easily understanding your cycle. After recording your menstrual period, you can intelligently and intimately predict the time and length of the following menstrual and fertile window.
Save time and customize using Shortcut Cards and get easy access to key information with a swipe or a tap.
As a smartwatch, you also get notifications from a connected smartphone, including message notifications, sedentary and drink water reminders, calendar, events and to-do lists, weather forecasts, Bluetooth remote camera control, and more.The Zepp OS also comes loaded with health and fitness insights, and the Zepp app on your smartphone serves as a hub where you can access additional advice to help you achieve your goals.
The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro has a 1.45-inch, 331 ppi AMOLED ultra HD display with a 70.6% screen-to-body ratio. Glance at and cycle through a wide range of features and sports modes with the classic navigation crown, for intuitive haptic feedback as you twist with your fingertips.
Enjoy one of the 150+ built-in sports modes or monitor your stress levels with the watch. If you forget to activate sport mode, the smart recognition feature kicks in automatically for tracking for up to eight popular sports.
With a 450 mAh cell, you’ll get up to 12 days of non-stop battery life on a single charge. The 2.3GB of onboard memory can store up to 470 songs, and you can take and make phone calls when connected to your smartphone over Bluetooth. The GTR 3 Pro starts at US$230.
The GTR 3, meanwhile, is made from lightweight yet durable aircraft-grade aluminum alloy complete with a rotatable crown. The bezel-less design seamlessly integrates with the curved glass screen. It comes with an antibacterial silicone strap, 1.39-inch AMOLED HD display, and 450 mAh battery that lasts for up to 21 days per charge, longer when activating the Battery Saver mode. It will be available for US$180.
With a modern square 1.75-inch, ultra-HD AMOLED screen with 341 ppi, the GTS 3, also starting at US$180, has a 72.4% screen-to-body ratio.
The GTR 3 Pro and GTR 3 are now available in the U.S. and the GTS 3 is coming soon.