Finally, after the year of shut-downs and support updates, Amazfit Pro and GTS 3 along with the most recent Amazfit GTR 3 have made their official launch. Amazfit GTS 3 runs on a 1.25GHz Band 2 and boasts more than 40 VO2 metrics at a power consumption of less than 300 mW.
We evaluated the Amazfit GTS 3 flagship over the summer and found that it’s just as fast as Fitbit Versa 3, but with a much smaller band size.
Fitbit officially launched the flagship rugged smartwatch, the Amazfit GTS 3 Pro in August.
The Amazfit GTS 3 is slightly different than the Premium variant, with a ton of updates over the standard GTS 3, like ability to charge with the Amazfit Pro Plus charger, built-in GPS and RAAS support, heart rate monitor, electrocardiogram (ECG), and more.
The case is made from scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass and IP68 water-resistant. The Elite, which is only available in the standard model, runs the same 1.25GHz Band 2.
Amazfit GTS 3 also features reCapturing for up to 90 days, instant speed detection, and more.
Additionally, the watch supports Wi-Fi 5 and provides continuous, over-the-air phone call connectivity up to 20m away. As previously reported, an Indiegogo campaign has just broken the record for Amazfit GTS 3, at $25,000.
The Amazfit GTS 3 is available for pre-order now with pre-orders expected to ship in December for $399 and $249, respectively.
The Amazfit GTS 3 Pro is also available for pre-order today for $350, with first units arriving in December. Prices for the premium models will be listed on the Amazfit GTS 3 website, which will be launched on December 16.