Amazfit GTR 3, GTR 3 Pro and GTS 3 leak in marketing renders and hands-on photos
@passionategeekz has leaked more Amazfit smartwatches, having revealed the GTR 3 Pro yesterday. This time, he has also published information about the GTR 3 and GTS 3, while fleshing out specifications about the GTR 3 Pro.
All models will support 150 sports modes, new biometric sensors, SpO2 monitors and the ability to track your pulse. Additionally, Amazfit has equipped the trio with speakers, enough storage to play locally-stored music and a Bluetooth 5.1/Wi-Fi modem.
Reportedly, the GTR 3 has a 1.39-inch AMOLED display that resolves at 454 x 454 pixels, matching its predecessor. The new model should have slimmer display bezels than the GTR 2 though, giving it a higher screen-to-body ratio. Also, the GTR 3 will be available in Thunder Black and Moonlight Gray, both with silicone straps. All GTR 3 models will have 450 mAh batteries that should last up to 24 days on a single charge.
By contrast, the GTS 3 has a 1.75-inch AMOLED display, 0.1-inches larger than the 1.65-inch one in the GTS 2. However, the GTS 3 will retain its predecessor's 340 PPI with its 390 x 450-pixel display resolution. According to @passionategeekz, Amazfit will sell the smartwatch in Graphite Black, Ivory White and Tera Rose. All straps are made from silicone, mirroring the GTR 3.
Finally, @passionategeekz has expanded on yesterday's GTR 3 Pro leak. While he has re-published yesterday's marketing renders, he adds that the smartwatch has a 1.45-inch display with a 70.59% screen-to-body ratio. The GTR 3 Pro has slimmer display bezels compared to the GTR 2 Sport and Classic too at 3.5 mm, down from 4.35 mm. Incidentally, pixel density has increased from 326 PPI to 331 PPI.
Allegedly, the GTR 3 will retail for US$215, US$10 cheaper than the GTR 3 Pro. Meanwhile, the GTS 3 will be the cheapest of the three at US$205. All models are expected to launch globally in a week's time, too.