Amazfit releases GTR 3 Pro with blood pressure monitoring, as well as new GTS/GTR 3 models.
, by raj, 3 min reading time
With the debut of its new GT 3 smartwatch line, Amazfit has made a significant improvement to its smartwatch lineup.
It's headlined by the GTR 3 Pro, a brand-new Zepp Health gadget. The GTR 3 (round) and GTS 3 (square) smartwatches are now joined by a third.
The GTR 3 Pro has a circular display, but it manages to fit a 1.44-inch AMOLED display into a device that's the same size and weight as the original GTR 3's 1.39-inch display.
Both the GTR 3 and GTR 3 Pro have a rounder casing and a more polished appearance than the GTR 2. The display is described as an "Ultra HD" 480 x 480 display by Amazfit, which is admittedly rather high - comparable to the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra and Galaxy Watch 4. It has a PPI of 331ppi, which is somewhat higher than the GTR 3. It's a lovely, crisp display, but it's probably overkill for the Zepp OS, which emphasises white lettering on black backgrounds.
For heart rate tracking, the BioTracker 3.0, is an improvement over the BioTracker 2.0 from 2020, is the show-stopper. It monitors heart rate, blood oxygen levels, breathing rate, and stress levels.
You may also do a one-tap measurement of vital biometric data, which records your heart rate, breathing rate, and SpO2 all in one scan.
The Pro edition includes a speaker, Wi-Fi, music storage, and Bluetooth calls capabilities that aren't available on the GTR 3 or GTS 3.
It's more of the same Amazfit features elsewhere. There's auto-detection for eight sports and 150 exercise profiles, as well as GPS, the PAI health fitness score, menstruation tracking, Strava, Apple Health, Google Fit, and Runkeeper compatibility, and Amazon Alexa integration.
The GTR 3 Pro's 450mAh battery is said to last 12 days, which is only surpassed by the GTR 3.
GTR 3 and GTS 3
The GTR 3 Pro overshadows the GTS 3 and GTR 3 both of which have distinct selling features beyond their form and are incremental upgrades to the basic GT 2 smartwatches.
According to Amazfit, the GTR 3 has the same 450mAh battery as the Pro version, but it can last 24 days between charges. With a 1.39-inch display and a lower display-to-case ratio, it has more bezel and a smaller display.
The Amazfit GTS 3 is a square-faced fitness tracker with the finest screen on the market. It has a 1.75-inch AMOLED display with a screen-to-case ratio of 72 percent and the highest PPI of 341ppi. It's also the lightest, at only 24 grammes.
The basic GTR 3 and GTS 3 lack the speaker, Wi-Fi, and the ability to make calls from the wrist, but they offer the same outstanding feature set as the GTR 3 and GTS 3, including GPS, 150 sports modes, and the BioTracker 3.0.
The added capabilities are so little for the pro and its costlier.
It's an incremental upgrade to the GTR/GTS line, which has long been a Wareable favourite for people seeking for a good balance of functionality and affordability.
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