Amazfit GTR 4 Limited Edition launches with new glass-ceramic build and wireless charging
Amazfit's latest smartwatch is a more premium take on its round flagship the GTR 4. The original version of the wearable launched looking most like the GTR 3 Pro's own Limited Edition with a chronograph - however, surprisingly, its successor has reverted to a more classic design with more generic-looking physical controls rather than the 4's novel accent for its physical crown and second flat button.
The new Limited Edition is comparable in terms of specs and features to the GTR 4 otherwise, 1,43-inch AMOLED display (which still seems to have a noticeable bezel) and BioTracker 4.0 PPG sensor for health-tracking included. Then again, the newer model is also rated for added body temperature sensing.
The GTR 4 Limited Edition has also been released in just 1 (silver with an "Infinite Black" fluoroelastomer strap) SKU, whereas the original 4 has more options. However, that does not take away from the fact that the former is now the only Amazfit smartwatch with wireless charging for its 475mAh battery.