Amazfit GTS 4 And GTR 4 With Fall Detection, Bluetooth Calling Launching In India Soon: Expected Specs, Features And More

Amazfit GTS 4 And GTR 4 With Fall Detection, Bluetooth Calling Launching In India Soon: Expected Specs, Features And More

Wearables major Amazfit on Monday announced its newly-unveiled Amazfit GTR 4 and Amazfit GTS 4 smartwatches which have been recently unveiled globally are coming to India soon. The Amazfit GTR 4 and Amazfit GTS 4 come with a range of cutting-edge health and fitness features such as Bluetooth calling, fall detection and more in a sleek design which is powered by Zepp OS.

The Amazfit GTR 4 and GTS 4 have been priced at $200 in the US through Amazfit’s official website which roughly translates into Rs 16,000.

According to the company, the Amazfit GTS 4 comes with a new refined and modern design and a gemstone-style navigation crown. There’s a large 1.75-inch HD AMOLED display with a square dial and the smartwatch is powered by a 300mAh battery which is said to have enough power to keep you going for up to eight days with “typical usage”.

The Amazfit GTR 4 on the other hand has a tougher body outline with a sophisticated structure and a racing-style navigational crown. It sports an ultra-clear and bright 1.43-inch full-colour AMOLED HD display with a classic round look. The Amazfit GTR 4 packs in a 475mAh battery capacity that can last for up to 14 days with “typical usage”, the company mentioned.

The upcoming Amazfit GT 4 family integrates Amazfit’s immersive Zepp OS 2.0 to life, with an enriched mini apps ecosystem and a new edition of games and a phone-free experience with music storage, Bluetooth phone calls and additional smart features. Users can choose from a broad range of watch face themes to match their style, theme and moods and interactive watch dials that offer fun mini-games. The fall detection feature would be added to the smartwatch via an OTA update in future.

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The Amazfit GTR 4 and GTS 4 will support syncing workout data to the Adidas Running app via the Zepp App, after the upcoming Zepp App firmware update version 7.1.0 — with more Amazfit devices adding compatibility at a later date.  Amazfit will synchronise user data through the standardised Partner API, and synchronise user movement data to the Adidas Running app for display.

Data dimensions that can be synchronised include distance, duration, rate, speed, start/end time, and so on, the company noted.

Meanwhile, Dizo — the first brand under Realme TechLife umbrella is also set to launch its first set of Bluetooth calling smartwatches in the country soon.