Amazfit GTR Mini leaks as smaller smartwatch with SpO2 sensor and GPS#image_title

The Amazfit GTR Mini could be a smaller version of the GTR 4. (Image source: GSMArena)

The Amazfit GTR Mini has appeared in leaked photos. The reported new smartwatch will have a smaller 1.28-in (~33 mm) display and arrive in several colorways. According to the leaker, the watch will have features like heart rate and SpO2 monitors and support for positioning systems like GPS.

An Amazfit GTR Mini smartwatch is rumored to be on the way. GSMArena has shared images from an anonymous source, which they claim depict the new wearable. According to the website, these pictures are of model A2174, codenamed Leiden, which received FCC certification in November. A device with these exact details was also registered at Anatel in Brazil earlier this month.

Based on the packing shown in the report, the Amazfit GTR Mini watch will have a 1.28-in (~33 mm) screen, making it 0.15-in (~4 mm) smaller than the regular Amazfit GTR 4. A single rotary dial sits at the top right of the HD AMOLED touchscreen. Support for Bluetooth 5.1 will allow you to connect the watch to smartphones running Android 7.0 or iOS 12 and above. You can use the wearable to track exercise with over 120 sports modes and log your movement using five satellite positioning systems such as GPS and GALILEO.

You can also monitor your health with heart rate, SpO2 and stress level sensors. The device is listed as having “ultra-long battery life” thanks to a 500 mAh battery; the exact life and charging times for the gadget have not yet been provided. The images show models with silver and rose gold stainless steel casings and various silicone strap colors. It is unclear when the Amazfit GTR Mini could launch or how much it would cost.

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