The wearable device market in India is currently large, as is many regions in the world. Fitness bands and smartwatches have become popular accessories for smartwatches. Among the many brands of smartwatches available in India, Amazfit is a very popular brand that has numerous options starting for as little as Rs 2,499 and rising up to nearly Rs 15,000.
However, with so many watches, some of which are separated by a difference of just 500 or 1000 rupees, it can be a bit difficult to decide which watch to buy. We have put together a condensed list of all the Amazfit watches with their prices and features so you can find out which ones you need.
The list starts with the cheapest option and extends to the more expensive ones. We’re not going to talk about basic smartwatch features like a heart rate monitor, sleep monitoring, call and message notifications, and sport modes, which are common features for each variant.
Amazfit Neo (Rs 2,499)
Amazfit Neo is the simplest watch in the series. With a retro design and monochrome display, you get a permanently on display, 28 days of battery life, and 5 ATMs water resistance. In addition to the classic design of the digital watch and the 4 buttons, there is no outstanding feature of this wearable. The cheap price makes it attractive to many users.
Amazfit Bip S, Bip S Lite (Rs 2,999 – Rs 3,999)
Amazfits Bip S series combines the basic functionality of the Neo with a dash of modern optics. The retro looks are gone and instead you get a full color touchscreen dial with a single button on the right.
The Bip S and the Bip S Lite are largely identical from appearance to function. The only difference, however, is that the Bip S offers 10 sport modes as well as built-in GPS and a compass, while the Bip S Lite offers 8 sport modes with no compass and no built-in GPS support.
Amazfit Bip U, Bip U Pro (Rs 3,999 – Rs 4,999)
The Amazfit Bip U series offers a slight improvement in the technical data compared to the Bip S series. Amazfit Bip U has a 1.43-inch HD color screen and an SpO2 sensor in addition to the heart rate sensor. You also get over 60 sport modes with 5 atm water resistance. The watch also claims it can monitor your stress level. It offers up to 9 days of battery life on a single charge.
The recently introduced Amazfit Bip U Pro offers the same display and structure as the Bip U and largely the same functions. The most important innovation is the presence of GPS and Alexa support on board.
Amazfit T-Rex, T-Rex Pro (Rs 8,999 – Rs 12,999)
Amazfit T-Rex watches are robust watches for athletes. The watches of the T-Rex series can hold their own under extreme temperatures, moisture and shocks and are also equipped with a water resistance of 5/10 ATM.
The regular T-Rex is waterproof to 5 ATMs, has a battery life of 20 days, a 1.3-inch AMOLED display, and 14 sports modes. In the meantime, the T-Rex Pro doubles its water resistance to 10 ATM and has an SpO2 sensor that is ideal for checking your blood oxygen levels while hiking in the mountains. The Pro also gets a two-tone finish on the straps.
Amazfit GTS & GTR Series (Rs 7,999 – Rs 12,999)
The Amazfit GTS and GTR series are aimed at fashion-conscious people. The GTS series essentially means a rectangular, colored touchscreen display, while the GTR is a circular, colored and touchscreen display. The GTS series has several variants. You have the GTS, GTS 2, GTS 2 Mini and GTS 2e. The GTR series now also has several variants in the form of GTR, GTR 2, GTR 2e.
The GTS has a rectangular 1.65-inch AMOLED display with 341 PPI (pixels per inch) as well as a plastic housing, Corning Gorilla Glass, 5 ATM water resistance and 14 hours of battery life. In the meantime, the Amazfit GTR is getting a 1.39-inch circular AMOLED display with largely the same features.
The GTS 2 and GTR 2 watches offer the same functions, with the exception of a newer heart rate monitor and support for blood oxygen monitoring. There are two fewer sport modes (12 instead of 14), but the rest of the functionality remains the same. The 2-series clocks also offer Alexa support, onboard storage and a native music player.
Meanwhile, the e-series watches (GTR 2e and GTS 2e) are removing some of the features to make the watches more affordable. The ‘e’ stands for essential. As a result, these clocks do not receive support for onboard storage and a native music player. The ‘e’ clocks don’t get speakers or Wi-Fi either. However, the watches look identical to the GTS 2 and GTR 2, including the interchangeable straps.
GTS 2 Mini gets the same design and functions without the built-in memory and native music player. In addition, the Wi-Fi support and an air pressure sensor of the Amazfit GTS 2 are reduced. The GTS 2 Mini also has a smaller 1.55-inch screen.
Amazfit Pace (Rs 9,999)
The last watch on our list is the sport-oriented Amazfit Pace. The Pace offers all sport and tracking modes with built-in memory and a native music player. It also has a built-in GPS chip, scratch-resistant ceramic bezel, and supports continuous heart rate monitoring.
Amazfit Verge Series (Rs 4,999 – Rs 7,999)
Amazfit Verge gets a 1.3-inch AMOLED display, 5 days of battery life, Alexa support, onboard storage and a native music player. It’s also the only watch in the range that supports native calling support right from the watch. However, the Amazfit Verge is pretty old by today’s standards and still has Bluetooth 4.0 so you can’t get the best connectivity out of it.
The Amazfit Verge Lite is now, as the name suggests, a weakened version of the Verge and loses some important functions that can be found on the Verge. These are native call support, Wi-FI, NFC, always-on display, and Alexa support.