Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, Amazfit GTR 3, and Amazfit GTS 3 launched with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant


Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, Amazfit GTR 3, and Amazfit GTS 3 were launched on Monday and they have the Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant feature. These three (3) Smartwatches from Amazfit  have different price’s as they are different models. Onboard operating system on these Smartwatches is the Zepp OS that supports third-party Applications.

All three (3) Smartwatches can also be referred to as a fitness or health tracking device. The health tracking features includes; heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring, sleep tracking, and more other interesting features it has. They also have more than 150 sports modes which includes; running, walking, football, outdoor cycling, rowing machine, elliptical, swimming, climbing, jogging, tennis, badminton, and many others.

Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, Amazfit GTR 3, and Amazfit GTS 3 have different display sizes. Although they share same display brightness of up to 1,000nits and sport a tempered glass with anti-fingerprint coating. The screen sizes for the three Smartwatches are as follows; Amazfit GTR 3 Pro features a round AMOLED 1.45-inch ultra-HD touch screen with resolutions of 480×480 pixels and 331ppi pixel density. The Amazfit GTR 3 comes with a round AMOLED 1.39-inch HD touch screen with resolutions of 454×454 pixels and 326ppi pixel density. While the Amazfit GTS 3 is embedded with a square AMOLED 1.75-inch HD touch screen with 390×450 pixels  and 341ppi pixel density.


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