Huami’s Amazfit GTS 2 Mini is set to a make global appearance soon, as of today the smartwatch got clearing from the FCC certification. The FCC is a Federal Communications Commission certification of the US, hence showing us the company’s plan to launch in the global market (North America and Europe). It also got CE marketing clearance done as that is a necessary step for selling products in the European Economic Area hence hinting us about its launching market.
The features will be quite similar to Amazfit GTS 2 but will be more pocket friendly as it’s the “mini” version of it. It will be having the same rectangular display as GTS 2 while the other variants of Amazfit like its GTR are having a circular display. The smartwatch is expected to have thick bezels and will be having 5 ATM water for sports like swimming.
We aren’t sure if the battery life will increase or will remain the same as 14 days. It will be having compact control on the right-hand side of the watch and will likely support 12 built-in sports modes as its predecessor. There also has been news about having a built-in GPS in the company’s Amazfit Bip U Pro but the same might not be included in this version as it’s an entry-level watch.
More speculations are yet to be known hence let us see what does this Mini variant has in store for us.