Amazfit GTS 4 Mini launches with various upgrades from GTS 2 Mini for US$119.99 before Indian reveal
Amazfit has unveiled the GTS 4 Mini, a successor to the GTS 2 Mini. For some reason, Amazfit has chosen to start the GTS 4 series with a Mini, rather than flagship GTS or GTR smartwatches. The GTS 4 Mini is not available globally yet either, despite its announcement on the company's global social media channels.
Regardless, Amazfit has equipped the GTS 4 Mini with a 1.65-inch AMOLED display, up from a 1.55-inch AMOLED panel in the GTS 2 Mini. Also, the GTS 4 Mini supports always-on display (AoD) functionality, a feature that its predecessor lacked. Also, the GTS 4 Mini's display curves into its frame, within which Amazfit has included one physical button.
Separately, the GTS 4 Mini has heart rate and SpO2 sensors, plus over 120+ pre-loaded exercise modes. Additionally, the smartwatch features GPS connectivity and is 5 ATM water-resistant. Moreover, the GTS 4 Mini has a 270 mAh battery that should last up to 15 days between charges, or 45 days if you enable battery saver mode. In part, the smartwatch is able to achieve this because of Zepp OS, a lightweight and proprietary operating system.
Currently, the GTS 4 Mini is only orderable in the US, where it retails for US$119.99. Available in Midnight Black and Flamingo Pink, Amazfit will eventually offer the GTS 4 Mini in Mint Blue and Moonlight White as well. For reference, Amazon India has already listed the smartwatch on its website, albeit without any release details or pricing.