Two new high-end smartwatches will soon be available from Amazfit in India: the Amazfit GTS 4 and the Amazfit GTR 4. These two watches are the first from the firm to support the new game edition, and they both include the latest Zepp OS 2.0, which includes a micro app ecosystem.
The Amazfit GTS 4 and Amazfit GTR 4 smartwatches will feature built-in storage for storing music directly on the wristwatch in addition to Bluetooth connectivity, allowing users to connect the wireless earphones/TWS directly to the smartwatch for a phone-free listening experience.
To sync data with the Adidas Running app, both models of the GT 4 series of smartwatches required a software upgrade (version 7.1.0) to enable direct syncing with the Zepp App. Similar functionality will soon be added to additional Amazfit smartwatches.
Amazfit GTS 4 Features
The 1.75-inch HD AMOLED screen on the Amazfit GTS 4 will be paired with a navigation crown resembling a precious stone. The 300 mAh battery powering the watch promises to last up to 8 days between charges. The watch case will be made of metal, and the straps can be switched out quickly and easily.
Amazfit GTR 4 Features
The 1.43-inch full-color AMOLED display of the Amazfit GTR 4 has a traditional round form. The smartwatch also features an internal 475 mAh battery that may last up to 14 days on a single charge. The wristwatch will also reportedly be able to pinpoint its location with extreme accuracy and would support more than 150 different watch faces.
According to the official launch teaser, both the Amazfit GTS 4 and the Amazfit GTR 4 will be released this week in India and sold through major e-commerce websites.