Amazfit GTR is less of a smartwatch and more of a fitness tracker. Amazfit is from Huami, which has consistently produced impressive budget smartwatches for nearly two years now. The other smartwatches in the market under their Amazfit brand are Amazfit Stratos, Amazfit Verge, Amazfit Bip, and Amazfit GTS.
Beyond affordability with style, the outstanding features claimed by the company for Amazfit GTR are its high-resolution display and long battery life. Amazfit GTR is available in two sizes — 42mm and 47mm. The 42mm watch has a 1.2-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 390×390 pixel, and the 47mm one has a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 454×454 pixel. Amazfit GTR claims a battery that can last up to 14 days with medium use, The watch has GPS, optical heart rate monitor, activity tracker, step counting, and sleep monitor. The display resolution of 326 pixels per inch is the same resolution that is found in an iPhone 11. It has a 5ATM water-resistant design. Phone notifications for third-party apps, calls, and texts are also displayed. On the negative side, its screen has a sluggish response while swiping through. Also, there is no loudspeaker or mic onboard.
Iron Man is their limited edition with 47mm gold-coloured casing and a red silicone strap. All the models of Amazfit GTR are compatible with Android and iOS smartphones. Amazfit GTR is an affordable — priced around 13,000 INR/15,000 INR– but basic smartwatch. It is good for the price tag on it, depending on the style and size you choose.