Amazfit GTS 2 Mini, Amazfit Pop, and Amazfit London smartwatch details start appearing as Huami tools up to add to its extensive lineup
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Some information about future Huami Amazfit devices has been shared online by AndroidTR, which includes some templates and thumbnails for the smart wearables. First up is the alleged Amazfit Pop, which looks suspiciously similar to the already revealed Amazfit Bip U. Apart from being a square-faced smartwatch, a second image of the Amazfit Pop appears to reveal a surprisingly large “chin” bezel for the device. Apparently, it will support NFC, voice assistance, and even AFib detection.
Next is the Amazfit London, which is a bit more mysterious than the other two devices listed here as there are no renders or images available for it at the moment. It has been suggested that the Amazfit London will feature similar specs to the Amazfit Pop but will not support an AI voice assistant feature. It has been speculated that SpO2 measurement might be available on this particular wearable though.
Lastly, there is the Amazfit GTS 2 Mini, which would likely be a cheaper variant of the recently released and feature jam-packed Huami Amazfit GTS 2. The images for the GTS 2 Mini are similar to those of the Amazfit Pop, although the smartwatch’s face is surrounded by equally dimensioned narrow bezels on all four sides. Although some features will obviously be missing in comparison with the full-sized GTS 2 smartwatch, it’s expected full heart-rate tracking will be onboard.