After recently introducing a number of new high-end smartwatches, Amazfit is now concentrating on the entry-level market with the GTS 4 Mini. It is an incredibly tiny, light smartwatch with a variety of sports modes and a long-lasting battery, as the name suggests.
The 1.65-inch AMOLED screen has curved edges on all sides, allowing for a screen-to-body ratio of 70%. Although Always On Display is supported, it shortens battery life by a few days. It can withstand light splashes thanks to its 5ATM water resistance. For AOD, there are numerous watch faces to pick from.
Heart rate monitoring, SpO2 tracking, sleep monitoring, and other features are all provided through the sensors on the back. It can recognise seven different sports automatically and prompt you to activate the training mode. Additionally, it supports five important GPS systems for accurate outdoor tracking.
The internal 270 mAh battery has a typical operating life of up to 15 days and a battery saver option of up to 45 days with AOD off. The silicone straps come in a variety of hues, including Midnight Black, Flamingo Pink, Mint Blue, and Moonlight White. These hues, in the words of Amazfit, “make the watch a stylish statement that matches all ensembles.”
The Amazfit GTS 4 Mini will be sold for $100 as a starting point.