With a lot more toughness and swim-proof design, Huami has launched the Amazfit T-Rex Pro wearable. It is a new version of the previous Amazfit T-Rex smartwatch, which was launched at the CES 2020 event. Huami or Zepp Health introduced the T-Rex series in the rivalry with Garmin watches. The Garmin watches are always healthier to wear in outdoor activities. The Fenix, Delta, Swim, and Forerunner series are some watches that need to mention. The T-Rex Pro received 10 ATMs swimming up to 100 meters deep.
The design nothing has changed. It looks the same as the first generation T-Rex watch. It comes with a 1.3-inch display with 360×360 resolution and supports an always-on display. It sports Biotracker 2 PPG optical sensor for accurate heart rate monitoring. Further, it offers blood oxygen or SpO2 and sleeps tracking functions. The GLONASS, GPS, BeiDou, and Galileo positioning. It has added over 100 sports modes for fitness-centric users. It misses Amazon Alexa, and the reason behind it is its hardware specs.
It is a rugged smartwatch and grabbed MIL-STD 810 certification for its toughness and swim-proof design. Even with the tough design, it let you run for 18 days in only one charge. It is packed with a 390mAh battery life. It is suitable for those users, which are on a hike, swimming, or the same kind of adventure. In the global market, the Amazfit T-Rex Pro has priced at $179.