Renders, specifications, and pricing for the Amazfit GTR 3, GTR 3 Pro, and GTS 3 have surfaced.
Amazfit is planning an event on October 11 at which it is slated to reveal three new smartwatches: the GTR 3, GT3 3 Pro, and GTS 3. The GTR 3 is the company’s third wristwatch. We have a considerable deal of information ahead of time, according to PassionateGeekz, including specifications, prices, and even renders.
Amazfit GTR 3 Pro is a high-performance fitness device.
Starting with the Pro model, the gadget is equipped with a 1.45-inch OLED display with an enhanced 331 PPI panel, albeit there is no mention of the device’s actual resolution. In addition, the standard set of sensors is available.
From a design aspect, the GT3 Pro will not be significantly different from its predecessor, although narrower bezels of only 3.5mm are to be expected, as are reduced body proportions.
Amazfit GTR 3 is a high-performance motorcycle.
The vanilla GTR 3 will likewise be based on its predecessor’s design, with the slight exception of the bezels, which will be different this time around and therefore the total dimensions. The bezels will be reduced in thickness from 4.35mm to 4.05mm, but the same 1.39-inch OLED panel with 454 x 454px resolution will remain on the top of the display. According to the manufacturer, a 450 mAh battery should be able to last for up to 24 days on a single charge.
Amazfit GTS 3 is a high-performance running shoe.
Last but not least, the GTS 3 is the most affordable of the lot, sporting a 1.75-inch display with a lower 390 x 450px resolution than the others.
The ZEPP OS
The operating system (OS) is the most exciting aspect of the new Amazfit generation. The yet-to-be-released watches will operate on an unique ZEPP operating system that will provide quick functioning as well as smooth animations and watch faces at 60 frames per second. Most smartwatches these days are confined to a lower refresh rate, so the new GTR and GTS gadgets will undoubtedly have a competitive advantage in this area when they launch.
More than 150 watch faces and 150 sports modes are supported by the new OS. Spotify, Home Connect, and other similar services are also being considered. There is a two-hour charging time for these gadgets.
There are some notable differences between the three smartwatches, including the use of aluminum alloy casings and silicone bands.
GTR 3 and 3 Pro will cost $215 and $225, respectively, while the GTS 3 will cost around $205.