Review Amazfit Bip S – When compared to other Amazfit smartwatches, the Amazfit Bip S has a super light weight. If the Amazfit T-Rex weighs 58 grams, the Amazfit Bip S only weighs 31 grams.
In addition, the battery on the Amazfit Bip S can last up to 90 days (standby mode), 4o days (daily use mode), and 22 hours with GPS on. Amazfit Bip S is also equipped with 10 Sports Modes & 5 ATM Water resistance, with Swim Tracking.
the screen of this device still relies on a color screen with a transflective TFT panel which has a size of 1.28 inches. With an unchanged resolution of 176 x 176 pixels, the screen still survives with support for a 64 RGB color gamut.
The new sport mode is also a major improvement brought by Amazfit Bip S. The device now supports ten modes which is twice as many as the previous version.
Apart from having outdoor running, indoor running, outdoor walking, indoor walking and cycling modes, the Amazfit Bip S can be used to track fitness with elliptical training, free training, yoga, indoor swimming and outdoor swimming modes.
Especially for heart rate measurement, Amazfit Bip S even uses the new BioTracker PPG sensor. Huami claims that this sensor has better accuracy (up to 98 percent) and consumes only 25 percent of the power compared to the previous generation.
Amazfit Bip S also comes with Huami’s PAI (Personal Activity Intelligence) Assessment System which is designed to help users measure the impact of physical activity on the heart.
With this combination, Amazfit Bip S has 24-hour heart rate monitoring which includes Resting Heart Rate (RHR) and intervals. What is no less important, this device will alert the user if the heart rate passes normal conditions.