A day ahead of the IFA 2022 kick-off, Zepp Health has made official the announcements for its Amazfit GTR 4 and GTS 4 smart watch. Zepp Health has announced the fourth generation of their GTR and GTS ranges at IFA 2022 in Berlin, including the Amazfit GTR 4, GTS 4, and GTS 4 Mini. At its ongoing IFA 2022 event, Amazfit has unveiled the fourth generation of the GTR and GTS smartwatches. Following on from its third-generation GT series of watches, Amazfit is unveiling at IFA 2022 the GTR 4 and GTS 4 watches – with circular and square displays, respectively – in what is being described as an industry first.
At IFA, Amazfit expanded its smart watch portfolio with the announcement of the GTR 4 and GTS 4 smart watches, the successors to last years models. Now, Amazfit has announced their latest fitness smart watches, the GTR 4 and GTS 4. The GTR 4 GTS 4, their latest fitness watches are in the upper-end of their 2022 range. Amazfit has revealed details of their new smart watch range, as well as its latest features and technologies. Amazfit has further entered the sports and fitness markets, with its new smart watches featuring enhanced sports features for more than 150 different workout activities.
Sport And Everyday Use
Of course, its new lineup of smart watches has features for everyday usage, as well. The two smart watches have support for 154 sports modes, with up to eight being recognized by the smarts. Its two all-new Amazfit GTS 4 flagship smart watches are also capable of auto-recognizing 15 resistance exercises when they are launched, in addition to the eight sports modes.
Of course, being an Amazfit device, you can select as many sports as possible for its latest fitness smart watch to track. While much of that is pretty standard fare with Amazfit products, there is one software feature that makes this watch a standout.
With new sports watches, Zepp Health and the Amazfit brand are specifically targeting hardcore runners. The premium Amazfit offerings incorporate a refined version of the Zepp OS, along with basic health-tracking features. The GTS 4 and the Amazfit GTR 4 both run on Zepp OS 2.0, and they feature the usual suite of health and fitness features, including heart-rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and blood-oxygen-level measurements.
New Smart Watch Features
The numerous health and fitness-related features include heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, stress monitoring, blood oxygen level measurement, menstrual cycle tracking, and more. Amazfit has also added support for Bluetooth phone calls to both new smart watches. On the health and fitness monitoring front, the new flagship smart watches incorporate Amazfit is new optical BioTracker 4.0 sensor array, which the company boasts gathers 33% more data than the previous one. The companys GTR 4 (round-shaped model) and GTS 4 (square-shaped) both sport what Amazfit calls BioTracker 4.0 optical sensors, offering improved HR tracking compared to its predecessor, and an updated GPS means better pathfinding, too.
The Amazfit GTR 4 and GTS 4 will feature a brand-new tracking system, BioTracker 4.0 optical PPG biometric sensor. Its two brand-new flagship smart watches will be the first Amazfit smartwatches to support synchronization of sports and fitness data with adidas run app through Zepp app following upcoming updates, thanks to a new strategic partnership between Amazfit and adidas Runtastic. The Ultimate Online Assistant, Amazons Alexa, is built into the Amazfits two brand-new flagship smartwatches, as well as the Amazfit GTS 4, and is featured as a fast-access widget in one of the watch faces that can be downloaded.
The GTS 4 and GTS 4 will hit stores on September 12, and you can pre-order them on the Amazfit is webstore, or through Amazon, starting September 2. UK sales of all three smartwatches will begin from September 19 via Zepp Health, with prices starting at EUR199.99 (around PS173) for the Amazfit GTR 4 and GTS 4, and EUR99.99 (around PS86) for the GTS 4 Mini. Amazfit has not released any professional models of the GTR range, as it did last year.
The GTS 4 has a 475mAh battery, meaning that according to Amazfit, itas capable of lasting up to 14 days. GTR 4 has 475mAh of battery capacity, with a maximum of 14 days battery life, and GTS 4 has 300mAh battery, which has an estimated battery life of up to 8 days. As far as battery life goes, you are looking at around two weeks with the GTR 4 while a week with the GTS 4. The GTS 4 gets 300mAh, which should get the GTS 4 through around one week.
GTR 4 has a 475mAh battery size, whereas GTS 4 has the smaller 300mAh battery. We would guess, however, that just like with GTS 4 Mini and the Amazfit GTR 4, these battery numbers take a hit if you are using continuous health tracking features. In comparison, the Amazfit GTS 4 has a smaller 300mAh battery, which provides up to eight days of use, and goes as long as 16 days on battery saving mode.
In terms of battery life, the Amazfit GTR 4 is capable of providing up to 14 days in typical use, whereas the GTS 4 lasts more than a week under similar use. If you are using GPS precision mode, the Amazfit GTR 4 can deliver up to 25 hours endurance, whereas the GTS 4 should manage to get up to 16 hours. With GPS mode enabled, GTR 4 can get around 25 hours, whereas the GTS 4 gets you up to 16 hours. Amazfit says that the GTR 4 can go up to 25 hours with constant GPS usage on precision mode, and as long as 44 hours in balance mode. The Amazfit GTS 4 has a 1.75-inch amoled display with tempered glass and an anti-fingerprint coating.