The Amazfit GTS 2 features an AMOLED screen that rivals the best displays in the world. The 341 ppi pixel density makes the display clear, exquisite, and true-to-life, with vivid colors ensuring smooth readability. Exquisitely crafted 3D curved glass shimmers like a piece of crystal jade, creating a strong integrated visual experience, and the gorgeous and dynamic curves of the aluminum alloy body deliver a comfortable and light wearable experience. The watch also incorporates diamond-like carbon (oDLC) coating to provide a more scratch-resistant and wear-resistant screen that greatly enhances the glass quality and lifetime.
Size: 1.65 inches
Resolution: 348 x 442
Size (square): 42.8 * 35.6 * 9.7mm
Weight: 24.7g (without strap)
Body: Aluminum alloy
Bottom Shell: Plastic
Buttons: 1 button
Waterproofing Grade: 5 ATM
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I upgraded from a Bip S. The GTS 2 mini is only slightly different physically, but that small difference makes such a big impact. I've always had dressier small thin watches. So moving to a smart watch was a big change. Because I have smaller wrists, I found them big and bulky, but the Bip S was already a smaller breed. It was still big and bulky for me but something I could live with. I was still looking for something smaller. I tried the Garmin Venu SQ. It was a bit smaller but it was a terrible watch....I returned it right away. Then I saw the Mini and was intriqued by it. I decided to try it out, and I am so happy with it. It is only 2 mm smaller and a mm thinner, but with the classier finish it looks very impressive. You could even wear this on a formal outing. Very thin with a very narrow bezel. The amoled display is very nice, and even though the battery life is not as long as the Bip S, it is still impressive....I can get about 10 days from it. It uses the same Zepp software as the Bip S, which I like, but it also has some upgades due to the watch's better capabilities. It is obviously not as good as an Apple watch, but you aren't paying $500 for it and it still has all the features I need. If you are looking for a dressier fitness watch which has all the necessary functions, I suggest you take a closer look at this watch.
I am coming from a Samsung Gear S2 and then a few crappy ones from Bangood and AliExpress. This is the best smartwatch I have had so far. I am in the Samsung/Android ecosystem, so no crapple for my wrist.Battery Life....W O W. I received this on Mon afternoon. Charged it up and started wearing that evening. I have been customizing and exploring all its options, so I have been harder on the battery life than normal wear. HOWEVER, here it is Fri morning and my watch still has 32%. I have all settings turned on to track steps, heart rate, sleep, etc. I bet I can squeeze a week out of it.User interface......simple and straight forward. I don't need silly bubble icons, just gimmie a list and let me click on what I want to.Features.....outstanding. Your normal step tracker. Plus heart rate monitor, SpO2, skin temp, stress monitor, weather, alarm (for us old school 80's kids that loved having an alarm on our watch), oh, and a DND feature to keep your watch from buzzing at night! You can also setup the screen on a schedule to not turn on when you turn your wrist so you are not constantly blinding your wife while sleeping (bonus). There are few widgets, a compass so you don't get lost, a barometric altimeter....because, why not!, timer, and count down.App....clean and straight forward. I was never a fan of the Samsung health tracker. Zepp is a fantastic app that does not drain your phone battery. There is a built in "store" with extra watch faces. There are other apps for watch faces, but that's not what this review is about.Overall, Amazfit GTS 2E is excellent. I have yet to find a feature or flaw that doesn't get me through the day. Yes, this model does not have a speaker so you can't be cool like Dick Tracy and call from your wrist, but who needs that anyway. I am an IT professional and need a watch that shows text, emails, Teams alerts, and incoming calls. Oh, and did I mention this thing has excellent battery life. I bet I can get a week without having to take my watch off at night to charge it.
Pros:This app is amazing. Fast for a smart watch. Yeah sometimes you click and it doesn’t receive feedback, but that happens with your phone as well. I like all of the cool things it could do. I suggest you take one hour of your time to really explore your watch. There’s many things you may not know about or that are “hidden” and require a little more digging.Cons:I am disappointed, however, that Amazon Alexa is not on it yet. The GTS 2 Mini is advertised with Amazon Alexa built-in. ON THE VIDEO! This is not fair to me at all. That was one of the most crucial features for me. But I hope to get that update within the next month. Or else I’m going to be very upset.I also have noticed the weather app is pretty inaccurate. I don’t know if it is more or less accurate in reality, but it is certainly not matching my iPhone.The band is super cheap. Feels kinda sweaty/itchy after a few mins and literally feels super cheap when you feel it. That needs major improvement.Regardless, this watch is an awesome watch for daily activities, which is why I gave it a four star rating.Thanks,Yamichelle
Bought this watch as a backup to my Apple Watch, as when doing certain activities I didn't want to risk breaking a $400+ watch. My expectations with this GTS were fillfulled and I can recommend this to others. Below, are my pros and cons to the GTS after using it for just under one month.Pros...1) Large screen that is sharp and provides good resolution.2) Battery life is amazing. I normally charge at 10% power remaining, after using the watch for 8-9 days.3) Contains most key core functionalities that work sufficient ly. Steps, Heart Rate, PAI, sleep, SMS, and other alerting tools.4) Satisfactory build quality. The band is very comfortable to wear.5) Light weight and not bulky that you won't noticed you are wearing a watch.CONs... (As comparing to the Apple Watch)1) Screen is dim and hard to see outdoors2) Application software is limited.3) Accuracy to the HR and Steps... I find that it is 3-5% less steps than the Apple watch and HR about 1% less.4) Since watch is light weight, it doesn't feel premium or high quality.5) Moving better apps on the screen is slow... There is latency.Overall... I know I shouldn't compare this to the Apple Watch...it's not fair as the price point is almost 4 to 1. I do have to say that it met my expectations and it is worth the cost and investment.
Initially I wanted to buy a Galaxy active watch, as I have sold my Apple watch 3 due to poor battery performance. But Galaxy active original has a very small dial, and active 2 is little big for me( 44 mm) and out of budget. Garmins are good but very poor display and plastic type looks like baby toys to me,(those are under $230)In such a situation, this is my first Amazfit product. I found a 52 hours battery life with always on heart beat monitoring.I don't keep it connected to my mobile continuously.Good screen, so far seems solid. I liked it. It has so many features which I have not used, but I was searching for a inbuilt thermometer.I am not much serious about the data I get from smart watches, they are near perfect about foot steps, It showed me that my heart stopped for a couple of minutes while asleep, that was funny!!One can give it a try,The lie of 15 days battery life, I see it as art of advertise.
The most important features of a smartwatch to me was battery life and readability, especially in daylight. This watch meets those expectations. I put a bit of effort into extending battery life by changing some settings. I turned off constant heart rate monitor and set the display to turn on only when I push the button. I've had the watch for almost a week now and this is day 5 without charging. Battery sits at 91%. Looks like I can probably get an easy 20 days out of the battery. GPS is a real battery hog and very inaccurate. I use my phone for more detailed walking data. Step data seems to be right on. Weather info is only updated while running the app on my phone. Many many watch faces to chose from especially using third party apps. Like other folks mentioned, the app is a mess but can be figured out. There's a lot of data to be had and the watch can be customized extensively.Update 1 - Currently on day 35 on the original charge and the battery is down to 12%. Step count appears to be accurate but distance calculation is way off. I surmised that stride length was calculated by height so I adjusted my height from my actual (6') to 4'8" and the distance is now spot on. Found a watch face that has the info laid out the way I want so the watch is a definite keeper.
I have been a fan of amazfit bit products for a while, having previously owned a bip and a GTR watch. These watches and basic health tractors just really can't be beat on battery life. While my GTR can go almost an entire month between charges, I sometimes found it to be a little bulky - even though it is way less bulky than most other smart watches on the market. When my husband bought a GTS and I compared it to my GTR, I did notice it was thinner and just a touch lighter. So I decided to get one of these as well so that I could switch watches out as I wished. after wearing this one for a while I don't really use my GTR very much. this one is so light you barely can feel that you're wearing it and I routinely go a couple of weeks between charges. I usually don't wait until the battery gets low, and this thing charges so fast that I could put it on the charger while I'm in the shower just to top it off and in that amount of time it will gain 25% of its battery life back. No, you can't make phone calls on this watch. No you can't use this with Apple pay or Google pay, but these things do not interest me. I want a watch with long battery life that tracks steps and heart rate, and has notifications for my apps so that I can not constantly be looking at my phone but still be able to check if something urgent has come in. You will not regret purchasing this if those appeal to you.
I like this watch a lot. I bought it for my 12 year old grandson. After seeing my amazfit bip he really wanted a smart watch for Christmas. He would have been satisfied with the bip after I let him borrow mine and take it home with him. But I found the amazfit gts and it was a lot more upgraded than my bip so I bought him this watch. He was really excited about getting it for Christmas. It has a lot of activities to track and a lot of watch faces to choose from. And being able to use your own photo for a watch face is really impressive. The sleep tracking is accurate. I checked my bpm with my blood pressure machine and it seems perfectly accurate. The battery only lasted me about 10 days but that was with using the GPS for a 14 mile bike ride twice during the week I had it. So I think that is still a really great battery life. So all in all I would definitely buy this watch again and have already recommended it to others. When I need to replace my bip I will definitely be buying this watch for myself. My grandson wanted the black but I would get the pink or gold for myself. The watch band is soft and more flexible than my bip. Feels like a really nice band. Yes I love this watch so go buy one. You will not regret it.
I really like the super clear display and long battery life. It is nice to have to charge one less device everyday. You can also see the notifications really well because of the great Amolead display. I mainly use this watch for notifications and the activity tracker is a nice bonus. This watch meets my requirements wonderfully.
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