Amazfit Cheetah and Cheetah Pro leak as new sports-orientated smartwatches
Roland Quandt has provided a first look at the Amazfit Cheetah series, which the leaker claims will be available in regular and Pro variants. Currently, it is unclear what separates the Cheetah from the Cheetah Pro, other than silicone and fabric straps, respectively. For example, the product images show both smartwatches with two hardware buttons, although the 'select' button is shaped like a digital crown. Additionally, the Cheetah and Cheetah Pro have comparatively slim display edges and unassuming bezels.
The pair's feature set is unknown for now and how the Cheetah series sits within the rest of Amazfit's product stack. Based on their designs, the Cheetah and Cheetah Pro should expand upon the company's Adventure series, which only consists of T-Rex smartwatches for now. As far as we can tell, the Cheetah features the same sensor array as the likes of the T-Rex Ultra, rather than the GTR 4. The back of the Cheetah also confirms that the smartwatch will be 5 ATM water resistant, matching many other Amazfit smartwatches and fitness trackers.
However, it reveals the Cheetah's model number too, A2294, which was seen last month alongside the A2292 in FCC filings. As we discussed at the time, it appeared that Cheetah was a codename and not its release name. Instead, A2292 and A2294 were thought to be members of the GTR 5 series. The designs shown below suggest otherwise though, and are much sportier than any GTR 4 models. Unfortunately, Quandt has only shared official images of the Cheetah and Cheetah Pro so far; specifications, pricing and availability have not leaked yet.