Amazfit is bringing three new long-lasting smart activity watches to market: the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, priced at $229.99 / €199.99, and the Amazfit GTR 3 and GTS 3, both of which are priced at $179.99 / €149.99.
The product brand is Amazfit, which is owned by Zepp Health, formerly known as Huami, a publicly listed firm backed by Xiaomi.
The GTR 3 Professional is the newest fashion fitness watch from Garmin. It includes Wi-Fi, GPS, 2.3GB of on-board music storage (enough for around 200 songs), and Bluetooth audio and call functionality beneath a 1.45-inch 331ppi OLED touchscreen display with Wi-Fi and GPS built in.
The Pro version has a microphone and speaker that may be used to communicate with Amazon’s Alexa voice commands when connected (in 15 countries/regions and 14 languages).
I’ve been using a GTR 3 Pro with a beta OS and paired to pre-released versions of both the iOS and Android apps. The hardware appears to be in good working order: it’s lightweight, seems acceptable for the price, and has an excellent always-on display.
The GTR 3 is a longer-lasting version of the Pro model, with a 450mAh battery and no Wi-Fi, music storage, microphone, speaker, or Bluetooth audio support.
The GTR 3 Pro is now available in the United States for $229.99 / €199.99, whereas the GTR 3 costs $179.99 / €149.99 in Europe.