Zepp or formerly Huami has launched three next-gen smartwatches with stunning changes and Zepp OS software. The predecessors, Amazfit GTR 2 & GTS 2 had brought plenty of changes over the original Amazfit GTR & GTS, which were record-breaking devices in many countries. The third-gen watches are one step ahead in the looks and specs. The new Amazfit GTR 3 Pro has been added to the other GTR 3 & GTS 3. The Pro model comes with a beautiful design, third-party app & watch faces support, and crystal-clear 1.45” circular display.
The GTR 3 Pro has two physical buttons, SpO2, Amazon Alexa, sleep tracking, microphone, speaker, 2.3GB internal storage, and automatic workout modes. It has 10 loaded apps, and 150 watch faces that can support always-on display, and custom widgets.
It offers 12 days battery life in normal mode, and with GPS, it runs for 35 hours. The next Amazfit GTR 3 has a 1.39” display with 100+ watch faces, and AOD support but lacks custom widgets. It runs for 21 days in normal mode, and 35 hours in GPS mode.
The only rectangular display model is Amazfit GTS 3 with a 1.75-inch screen. It offers more than 100 watch faces with AOD support and custom faces. The GTS 3 can run up to 12 days on a single charge and 20 hours in GPS tracking.
The GTS 3 & GTR 3 lacks a loudspeaker and built-in music storage, so they can’t perform calls & listen to music without Bluetooth Headsets. The watches are available to buy in the US, the UK, Italy, Spain, France, and China in the first wave. The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro is priced at $230, and the GTR 3 & GTS 3 are available for $180 in these countries.