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Amazfit Releases New Temperature-Sensing Smartwatches

The Amazfit GTS 2e and Amazfit GTR 2e are two new smartwatches you may want to check out if you love watches so much you’ll try each one of them out as soon as they arrive on the market. This is a follow-up to the company’s hardware launch two weeks ago.

These two new watches from Amazfit are also similar to the previous GTS 2 and GTR 2. However, they come with a few differences.

While these GTS 2e and GTR 2e have the same battery capacity as those released previously, they lack Wi-FI connectivity, which means if that’s what you love most in these watches, you may not enjoy using these latest releases.

But since they don’t have Wi-Fi connectivity, they can last longer on their battery power, which on the other hand is a good thing. The new smartwatches are reportedly able to operate for 24 days before needing another charge. The previous ones can last up to 14 days.

Gts 2e And Gtr 2e
Gts 2e And Gtr 2e

To make use of the latest Amazfit watches and connect them with Bluetooth is possible but the user has to keep them within the proper range for them to work properly. If one is too far from the other hand, it will be impossible to make use of the Bluetooth full capacity.

In addition to this, there is the new skin temperature sensor, which is creating a buzz online but it is not something entirely new because it was spotted on Fitbit Sense. The temperature has limited use, and may not be able to tell if you have a fever, but it does show the gradual changes in the user’s temperature over the course of several nights.

So, the GTS 2e and GTR 2e are good for tracking. The main difference between both the previous release and the present one is the shape of the display. The former came in a square shape, while the latest came in the round display.

It is hard to tell whether the smartwatches will be released into the international market.

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