A new smartwatch with the latest feature Amazfit GTR 2 LTE now has been launched with their Amazfit Powerbuds Pro earbuds. This smartwatch has an interesting eSIM call feature that allows you to call directly from the watch. The Amazfit GTR 2 LTE has similar features to the previous Amazfit GTR 2. It comes with a round dial and the strap is of silicone. The watch has a heart rate monitoring system and blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring system also. The watch has also supported Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity including the GPS with the dual satellite positioning system. It also has the most important NFC feature.
The latest Amazfit GTR 2 LTE is priced at EUR 249 in Europe and approximately Rs. 21,900 in India including the global market. You can buy this new generation smartwatch via Amazfit's official website and Amazon from the 3rd Quarter in 2021. The company has announced this smartwatch for Germany and Spain markets. Yet the company officials have not announced the availability of this smartwatch for the international markets including India.
The Amazfit GTR 2 LTE comes with an eSIM LTE call function this is the only difference from Amazfit GTR 2. Apart from the eSim feature, all the specs are the same as Amazfit GTR 2 like a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a capacity to emit 326ppi pixel density and a maximum brightness of 450 nits. It comes with a SpO2 measurement system that is not certified by any medical authorities. The watch has 3D glass protection that carries an accelerometer, air pressure sensor, ambient light, gyroscope, and a heart rate monitoring sensor.
The watch comes with 12 preloaded professional sports modes that help you to track all the excises. There is likely going to be 3GB of onboard storage that is capable of storing up to 600 songs for offline playback. The Amazfit GTR 2 LTE carries a 417mAh battery that can work for almost two weeks on battery life. The company claims that it can give 38 days if we use it on power-saving mode.
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