Amazfit GTR 2 flagship smartwatch by Huami is confirmed to launch on December 17 in India. It is a part of the company’s GT 2 lineup with the GTS2 and GTS 2 mini set to launch at a later date. The Amazfit GTR 2 features a SpO2 monitor that lets users measure their blood-oxygen saturation levels and offers a long battery life.
Amazfit has officially confirmed that it is preparing to bring the GT 2 series to India in December starting with the GTR 2 on December 17. After the launch of GT 2, the company is expected to launch the GTS2 and GTS 2 mini in the following weeks. Moreover, the company has revealed that it will announce the exact date of the launch on Amazfit India website and Flipkart soon.
GTR 2 from Amazfit flagship GT 2 series #smartwatch will launch on 17th Dec. Unique technology includes BioTracker™, OxygenBeats™ & PAI™ & Always-on Display. More details https://t.co/Q5b83SFpF8
As always, will giveaway (1000RT = 1 unit)! #AmazfitGTR2 #AmazfitGT2 pic.twitter.com/APWpurskEA
— Honey Singh (@honeytech) December 4, 2020
The Amazfit GTR 2 was launched back in October and went on sale globally in the UK and the US. The Amazfit GTR 2 follows the previous generation that was launched at Rs 10,000 in India. We expect the company to sell the GTR 2 at around the same price point when it launches in India.
Amazfit GTR 2 features
The GTR 2 is offered in two styles, Sport and Classic model that feature aluminium alloy and stainless steel builds respectively. The Sport variant weighs 31.5 grams while the classic model weighs 39 grams and measures 10.7 millimetres in thickness. The smartwatch has a round dial that is covered in tempered glass with anti-fingerprint coating for added protection.
Amazfit GTR 2 features a 1.39-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 454×454 pixels and it curves on the edges seamlessly. The watch has two buttons and is 5ATM certified meaning that the GTR 2 can survive upto a depth of 50 meters in water. The straps are made of silicon or leather depending on the variant you choose and are replaceable with third-party straps with the pin buckle.
The GTR 2 uses a magnetic charging stand to fill its 471mAh battery that offers around 14 days worth of battery life on efficient use and upto 38 days on basic use. Moreover, the smartwatch takes close to 2.5 hours to fully charge from 0-100%.
The Amazfit GTR features a proprietary BioTracker 2 PPG data sensor that is capable of measuring the wearer’s SpO2 levels, heart rate and more. It connects to an Android or iOS phone over Bluetooth 5.0 and Zepp App.
More details about the Amazfit GTR 2 and its pricing will be revealed on December 17 when the smartwatch is officially launched in India.