Like the first GTR, the new Amazfit GTR 2 has a 1.39-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. However, the new design cuts off the bezels and tucks them under the glass, making it look more modern and elegant. The body is also smaller and looks even smaller due to the curved 3D glass.
We have the sport version of the GTR 2, but Huawei also makes a classic edition with a leather strap. Both are in the first generation in one size instead of two.
The feel on the hand is a little less than the old one, partly due to the GTR 2 being exceptionally light. It’s closer to a smart band than it is to a smartwatch, which can be beneficial if you wear it all the time.
The GTR 2 contains a BioTracker PPG heart rate sensor and an SpO2 sensor for measuring blood oxygen levels. Microphone and speakers are also provided so that you can make calls using your phone’s bluetooth. NFC for contactless payments might also be a consideration for some.
Last but not least, the second generation GTR has a slightly larger 471 mAh battery, which promises normal use of up to 14 days and an energy-saving mode of up to 38 days. We’re going to be putting this to the test along with all of the features of the GTR 2 – look forward to the full test next week.
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