Huami introduced the Amazfit GTR back in July last year, and today the Xiaomi-backed brand has launched its successor, dubbed the Amazfit GTR 2, in the Indian market, which was announced in September this year.
The smartwatch is built around a circular 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 454 x 454-pixels, and it has two interactive buttons on the right side. Moreover, the Sports variant is made of an aluminium alloy body, while the Classic Edition features a stainless steel body.
Besides that, the Amazfit GTR 2 features a BioTracker PPG heart rate sensor along with a SpO2 sensor. Where the PPG heart rate sensor is good for 24-hour heart rate monitoring, the SpO2 sensor measures the blood oxygen level, which seems helpful given the current COVID-19 situation.
The smartwatch is 5ATM/50-meter water-resistant, and it can be connected to an Android or iOS device via the Zepp app over Bluetooth 5.0. It also features a built-in microphone, to let you answer your phone calls directly from the smartwatch. It also supports 12 sports modes and comes with Alexa and GPS built-in.
Apart from that, the Amazfit GTR 2 gets 3GB of in-built storage to store music offline for standalone playback. It also gets a 471mAh battery, which, according to Amazfit, can last up to 14 days in a typical usage scenario and 38 days in a basic use case.
Huami has priced the Amazfit GTR 2 at ₹12,999 for the Sports variant going all the way up to ₹13,499 for the Classic Edition variant. Both the variants are available starting today, exclusively on Flipkart.