Review Amazfit GTR 3 | GTR 3 Pro – Amazfit has officially released the latest line of smartwatches from the GTR and GTS series, namely the Amazfit GTR 3, GTR 3 Pro and GTS 3.
These three devices come with a variety of modern features, ranging from 150+ sports modes, Automatic sports recognition, Continuous heart rate monitoring, Blood oxygen monitoring, Stress level monitoring, Breathing rate detection, Sleep tracking and Menstrual cycle tracking.
The Amazfit GTR brings a sporty design with a round crown with an aerospace-level aluminum alloy body and a silicone strap.
The Amazfit GTR Pro certainly carries a higher specification, namely with a 1.45-inch AMOLED screen with a pixel density of 275 ppi and a brightness level of 1,000 nits.
The screen design also looks curved on the sides, and has an Always on Display feature, which can display information such as heart rate, weather forecast, and much more.
While the standard version of the GTR 3 is almost the same but this device has a smaller screen size than the GTR 3 Pro, which is 1.39 inches.
Both have a battery capacity of 450mAh. However, with a larger screen size, the GTR Pro has a higher power consumption, which is claimed to last up to 12 days of use. While GTR 3 can last longer, which is up to 21 full days.
Both of these smartwatches come with the latest Amazfit OS, Zepp OS. This operating system brings several changes, especially in terms of the interface offered. Zepp OS also has better power efficiency.
Another feature is integration into the Home Connect platform, a service that can control the use of gadgets at home. It can also sync data on fitness apps like Apple Health and Google Fit, as well as popular apps like Strava, Relive, and RunKeeper.