Amazfit X To Start Mass Production, In The Second Half Of 2020

By Kunwar Kunal
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Amazfit announced that its Amazfit X series smartwatch will begin mass production, in the second half of 2020. As far as specs are concerned, Amazfit X sports a flexible 2.07-inch AMOLED display which offers up to 430 nits of brightness. Under the hood, it is powered by a 220mAh battery which is claimed to offer up to 7 days of battery life on a single charge.

 

As of now, the price of the smartwatch is unknown. And as the days will progress, we will be knowing more details about the smartwatch.

The company also announced a new Titanium version of the Amazfit GTS which will arrive in the Chinese market, on December 16, later this year. Furthermore, the company said that Amazfit Sports Watch 3's new Star Wars Limited Edition is going to launch in China on December 19, 2019. The wearable is expected to price at CNY 1,699 that roughly converts to Rs. 7,110.

To recall, the standard version of the Amazfit GTS launched in India with a 1.65-inch AMOLED display featuring editable widgets. It comes with sensors like a 6-axis accelerometer, 3-axis geomagnetic sensor, pressure, an ambient light sensor, and a Biotracker PPG bio-tracking optical sensor.

It is 5ATM water-resistant and its battery life will offer up to 14 days of life, on a single charging. The smartwatch comes with 12 different sport modes covering outdoor running, elliptical trainer, pool/open water swimming, exercising, skiing, treadmill, walking, and more. The gadget is available at Rs. 9,999 and the interested buyers can get the product across Amazon, India with plenty of offers.

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