Review Amazfit GTS 2e | Amazfit GTR 2e – After launching the GTS 2 and GTR 2 some time ago, Amazfit now presents an economical version of the two smartwatches.
Products with the names Amazfit GTS 2e and GTR 2e are sold at a more affordable price while being superior in terms of battery life.
One of the main differences from the Amazfit GTS 2e and GTR 2e with their two siblings is the absence of a WiFi connection. That means, users can only rely on a connection connected to a smartphone. On the plus side, because they don’t have a WiFi transmitter, the batteries of the two smartwatches actually last longer.
With a battery capacity of 246 mAh, the Amazfit GTS 2e is promised to run for up to 14 days on a single charge or up to 24 days in Basic Watch mode.
While the Amazfit GTR 2e, which has a 471 mAh battery, is claimed to be able to run for up to 24 days. Much longer than the standard GTR 2 which is only 14 days. Even in Basic Watch mode, GTR 2e can accompany activities for 45 days!
Other specifications are more or less similar. Users will still find a square look on the Amazfit GTS 2e, as well as a round design on the GTR 2e. The panels used on the screen remain AMOLED. Both are also equipped with 12 sports modes and a 5ATM rating, which means they can survive in water up to a depth of 50 meters.
Amazfit GTS 2e and GTR 2e are equipped with the BioTracker PPG sensor which is now capable of measuring oxygen levels in the blood. This sensor is also supported by OxygenBeats technology and Somnuscare sleep engine, so it can monitor blood oxygen levels during sleep and assess how well the user is able to breathe.