Amazfit X was introduced back in August 2019 with some promising features. The other two smartwatches, which had also debuted in the same event, are now available in most regions. The Amazfit GTS & Amazfit Stratos 3 were the two models announced in the same function of the Amazfit X tracker, but it never received the launch date. Now, in the second half of 2020, Huami has finally revealed the official time. The watch will launch on April 28 from the famous website Indiegogo in China.
After the debut, it will be the first tracker to have the largest 2.07-inch HD display that counts 326 PPI density. It packed with a 220mAh battery, which promises seven days of battery life in a single charge. It is a kind of low battery power compared to other trackers like Mi Band 4, Honor Band 5 & Fitbit Charge 4. It would be better if the fitness band offered two weeks of battery life. There is a new advanced feature called BioTracker PPG to track the heart rate data that is capable of getting the ECG results.
Huami says this tracker has cost the company in millions to create a 12.5 mm ultra high flexible curved screen. The display allows 244% more visibility in direct sunlight, way better than other trackers. It let you dive into the water, thanks to its water-resistance technology. Apart from that, Amazfit X supports blood monitoring functions. You can buy the tracker from the Indiegogo website on April 28.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.