Amazfit GTS 4 arrives with a 1.75-inch AMOLED display and up to a week's battery life
Amazfit has finally unveiled the GTS 4 following numerous leaks and rumours about the smartwatch. Presented at IFA 2022 in Berlin, the GTS 4 joins the GTS 4 Mini and GTR 4 as Amazfit latest smartwatches. Incidentally, the GTS 4 Mini is the largest of Amazfit's fourth-generation smartwatches. Specifically, the GTS 4 has a 1.75-inch AMOLED display, compared to the 1.43-inch and 1.65-inch ones in the GTR 4 and GTS 4 Mini, respectively.
Moreover, Amazfit claims that the GTS 4 should last up to a week between charges. Like the GTR 4, the GTS 4 utilises Amazfit's new BioTracker 4.0 PPG optical sensor and has dual-band GPS. Similarly, Amazfit pre-installs Zepp OS 2.0, Amazfit's in-house operating system. Separately, the GTS 4 comes in Autumn Brown, Infinite Black, Misty White, and Rosebud Pink colour options. For reference, all but Infinite Black has a gold chassis. Unsurprisingly, Infinite Black has a dark grey chassis to complement its black watch strap.
According to Amazfit, the GTS 4 is coming first to Germany and Poland, with a pre-sale event scheduled for September 2. However, the smartwatch will not be orderable freely until September 12 in Germany and September 16. Additionally, Amazfit is rather vague on the smartwatch's availability in other countries. Currently, the company has confirmed that France, Italy, Spain and the UK will receive the GTS 4 'from mid-September through to October'. The GTS 4 should launch in other unspecified countries and regions should too, although its Eurozone price of €199.99 is only known at this stage.