Amazfit Bip U Pro to reach Europe with a SpO2 sensor and GPS for €70
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It has only been a month since the Amazfit Bip U arrived, but Huami has already moved onto the Amazfit Bip U Pro. The company teased the latter in October, which was then followed by a certification published by the Bluetooth SIG earlier this month. Now, @Sudhanshu1414 has revealed that Huami will be bringing the Bip U Pro to Europe.
Apparently, Huami will charge approximately €70 for the Bip U Pro, or €10 more than the cost of the Bip U. As we reported last month, the Bip U Pro adds a microphone, a geomagnetic sensor and GPS. Sadly, there is no NFC module, as many smartwatches have.
Additionally, the Bip U Pro has a 1.43-inch that resolves at 320 x 302 pixels. Huami has built the smartwatch with a polycarbonate shell, a BioTracker 2 PPG biological optical sensor, an accelerometer and a gyroscope. Huami has included a 230 mAh battery too, which should last up to 9 days on a single charge.
Presumably, the Amazfit Bip U Pro will be available from Amazon. The smartwatch should be purchasable from Amazfit directly, too.