In addition to the professional model, the current version of the two standard Huami watches has run in, with a nice price and benefits.
The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro perhaps Huami’s most exciting wearable device to date, but not the only one that has just introduced itself. THE GTR 3 and the GTS 3 is very similar in name and specification, but there is an obvious difference in appearance: the former represents the round line and the latter the square line.
The GTR 3 offers a 1.39 “and 454 x 454 pixel AMOLED panel, and the GTS 3 offers a 1.75” with 390 x 450 pixels. The former is no longer a heavy piece at 32 grams (45.8 x 45.8 x 10.8 millimeters), but the latter, without a strap, at 24.4 grams is particularly airy, so it can obviously impress ladies as well (42.4 x 36 x 8.8 millimeters).
The two devices all have an aluminum frame with tempered glass protection and a 5 ATM waterproof rating for swimming, and have Bluetooth 5.1, BioTracker 3.0 pulse oximeter, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, barometric altimeter and light meter. Likewise, the use of GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou and QZSS satellites, the ability to download a bunch of clock sheets, and track dozens of movements.
The biggest difference is not in the design, but in the operating time: with 450 mAh, the GTR 3 runs for 21 days in average use and 35 in battery-saving mode, and 35 hours of continuous GPS use. With 250 mAh, the GTS 3 surprisingly reduces uptime to 12 days, battery-free running to 20 and GPS usage to the same number of hours. These two models didn’t get a WiFi modem or internal storage, but they did have a crown for more precise scrolling. The price of both GTR 3 and GTS 3 is very friendly 150 euros, ie about 54 thousand forints.