Amazfit Bip 3 and 3 Pro become official from just US$60
Amazfit has been refreshing its smartwatches as of late; however, the Zepp Health brand's latest wearables are of a new generation, at least. The Bip 3 and 3 Pro are also for those after a more affordable smartphone companion this time, too.
Both of the new Bip-series variants have the same square 2.5D-curved display that, while not AMOLED, is at least larger than average at 1.69 inches across. It is found in a chassis touted as "super light and slim"...because it is made of plastic. Nevertheless, it is still 5ATM-resistant and matches its silicone strap for color.
The 3/3 Pro screen uses a Zepp app-connected interface to display health- and fitness-tracking data for its user, which includes heart-rate and SpO2, although it is only continuous for the former. The new Amazfit Bip watches also supports sleep-tracking in stages, has a 280mAh battery for an estimated 14 days of use per charge and connects via low-energy Bluetooth 5.0.
Therefore, the only way the Pro is in any way different is with its on-board 4-satellite GPS - that and its single added "open-water swimming" sports mode. Therefore, the Bip 3 is now set at a price of US$59.99, whereas the 3 Pro is $10 more at launch.
The 3 is available on amazfit.com or amazon.com in Black, Pink and a more novel Blue, whereas the Pro comes in Pink, Cream or Black and has yet to show up on Amazon at the time of writing.