Amazfit T-Rex Ultra debuts as new high-end smartwatch
Amazfit has unveiled the T-Rex Ultra, its most expensive T-Rex series smartwatch. According to the company, the T-Rex Ultra measures 47.3 x 47.3 x 13.45 mm, weighs 89 g without a strap attached and features a stainless steel bezel with a polymer allow middle frame. Additionally, the smartwatch comes in Abyss Black and Sahara colourways, as well as four physical buttons and 10 ATM water resistance.
Moreover, Amazfit has included a 500 mAh battery that should last up to 20 days or as little as 28 hours with 'accuracy GPS mode' activated. As always, Amazfit includes its BioTracker PPG biometric sensor, which supports blood-oxygen and heart rate tracking, among other features. Furthermore, the T-Rex Ultra supports dual-band and 6 satellite positioning systems, but only 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 BLE.
The T-Rex Ultra also has an AMOLED display that measures 1.39-inches across and operates at 454 x 454 pixels with a 326 PPI pixel density. Amazfit adds that it has bundled its usual software suite that relies on Zepp OS 2.0. The T-Rex Ultra is already orderable in the UK and the US, where Amazfit charges £399 and US$399, respectively. Please see the company's website for more details.
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