Amazfit Bip 3 and Bip 3 Pro health smartwatches leak in Zepp app source code
Two new devices from Amazfit appear to have leaked, the Bip 3 and Bip 3 Pro. According to AndroidTR, the source code from the recently renamed Zepp app mentions these two new models. The watches are codenamed “cater_wl” and “cater_w”, respectively.
The code also gave clues to the Bip 3 Pro’s functionality. The device is listed as having identical features to the current Amazfit Bip U Pro, which currently retails for US$69.99. These tools include blood-oxygen-level measurement, 24/7 heart rate monitoring and sleep quality monitoring.
Plus, the gadget has over 60 sports modes and GPS tracking. Built-in Amazon Alexa allows you to control the wearable with voice commands. It is unclear whether new features will be available on this potential device; Amazfit has reused software in previous models.
Little information is provided about the lite version of the Bip 3 Pro, the Bip 3. Amazfit has not confirmed if these reports are accurate, and there is no suggested release date or pricing.
These possible new devices would join the models in the current Amazfit Bip lineup, such as the Bip S and the Bip U. This leak follows recent reports of a second-generation Amazfit T-Rex Pro outdoor watch.