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Amazfit releases its latest smartwatches for sale via Walmart

The Bip U Pro. (Source: Amazfit)
The Bip U Pro. (Source: Amazfit)
Walmart now has new listings for Amazfit smartwatches; however, they are not for the latest GTR/GTS 3 series, but for the popular health and fitness tech brand's latest "performance" wearables, the Bip U Pro included. They start at US$40 through the physical and online retailer from now.

Amazfit smartwatches can be bought online in the US, from either its own website or through stores such as Amazon. However, the brand's products are also becoming increasingly available via retail chains, Walmart included. Now, the brand has announced the latest devices that have been made available via those stores, so that they might now be available to view in a local store prior to ordering one.

Unfortunately, however, none of them are of the latest top-end generation, although some do have up-to-date features that include blood-oxygen measurements and long battery life. The latter can definitely be said of the GTS 2e, now available at Walmart for US$140, whereas the Bip U Pro now goes for $70. Amazfit's Band 5 is also now available through this store, starting at $40.

Amazfit notes that Walmart was the first US retailer to which its smartwatches were released, back in 2020. Now, however, it seems to be falling behind, as Best Buy now stocks the latest GTS 3, GTR 3 and GTR 3 Pro flagships. These new devices are the first to ship with both the OEM's in-house OS and chipset, rated to save power while boosting performance on the newest smartwatches from its best-known brand.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-10-24 (Update: 2021-10-24)