Amazfit GTS 2 mini smartwatch is now up for pre-order in India. The wearable can be ordered from Amazfit India online store and Amazon. The smartwatch has a 1.55-inch colour AMOLED touchscreen display and a built-in GPS. It also has an always-on display functionality and more than 70 sports modes. The wearable weighs 19.5 grams and comes with over 50 watch face themes. It also includes a PPG optical sensor for 24/7 heart rate monitoring.
Amazfit GTS 2 mini price in India, sale
The new Amazfit GTS 2 mini is available for pre-order on Amazfit India online store and Amazon. The wearable is priced at Rs. 6,999 in India. It is currently listed in black and pink strap options on the Amazfit site and in just the black option on Amazon. The Sage Green colour option is not up for sale yet. Amazon is offering no-cost EMI options and a 5 percent cashback on Amazon Pay ICICI Bank credit card transactions for Amazon Prime members.
Amazfit GTS 2 mini features
There is a 1.55-inch (306×354 pixels) AMOLED display on the Amazfit GTS 2 mini. It includes a PPG optical sensor that uses Huami’s own BioTracker 2 tech to provide 24/7 heart rate monitoring. The Amazfit GTS 2 mini also comes with Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2) measurement. The wearable weighs only 19.5 grams and has over 50 watch face themes.
The Amazfit GTS 2 mini also offers over 70 preloaded sports modes, including running, cycling, and swimming, along with the most popular indoor and outdoor sports. It is also designed to provide notifications about exercise stages, conditions, and heart rate zones during workouts.
Aside from this, the Amazfit GTS 2 mini packs a 220mAh battery that is touted to deliver up to 14 days of typical usage on a single charge. It comes with sleep quality monitoring, menstrual cycle tracking, and stress monitoring. It supports Bluetooth connectivity and is compatible with devices running at least Android 5.0 or iOS 10.0. There’s built-in GPS functionality as well.
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