Amazfit Falcon smartwatch launches with AI training coach and 14-day battery life
The Amazfit Falcon smartwatch has officially launched following a leak earlier this month. A smart training algorithm, the Zepp Coach, provides AI instructions for your workout based on your physique and experience, aiming to enhance your performance and spot when you are overtraining. A wide range of sports modes and exercises are available to log, and you can connect the Falcon to other fitness products, such as a heart rate belt, via Bluetooth.
The display is always on when you are in sports mode, so you do not need to wake the watch to check your workout statistics. You can pair wireless headphones to receive the data via broadcast sports mode or listen to music that you can store locally. For outdoor exercise, dual-band GPS tracking with support for multiple satellite positioning systems accurately tracks your movement and can provide directions. Plus, you can sync your workout data to apps such as Strava, Apple Health and adidas Running. Health features on the Falcon include sleep, heart rate, blood oxygen and stress level monitoring.
Amazfit claims that the 500 mAh battery can last up to 14 days on a single charge with typical use. The gadget has a 1.28-in HD AMOLED display with a 416 x 416 px resolution and up to 1,000 nits brightness. The wearable is durable, with a titanium unibody and sapphire crystal glass screen, and is water resistant to 20 ATM enabling you to wear the watch during water sports. The Amazfit Falcon smartwatch is now available in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain for US$499.99 or €499.99 (~US$487).