One of the latest smartwatches introduced by Zepp Health a few days ago is the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro. The watch is $50 more expensive than the Amazfit GTR 3. However, it attempts to make up for the difference with other features, including a larger screen.
A 1.45-inch AMOLED display with a maximum brightness of 1000 nits is included on the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro. More than 150 watch faces have support, including 23 customizable and 15 animated ones. A BioTracker PPG 3.0 sensor is available that can monitor several health indicators at once. It has a female cycle tracker, a heart rate monitor, a blood oxygen level sensor, a stress level meter, and a heart rate monitor. The wristwatch can also auto-detect eight different sports and supports over 150 sports modes.
It includes built-in storage for locally storing MP3 files, something we overlooked and didn’t mention in our launch articles. It turns out that users may download their favorite audio files, such as podcasts and audiobooks, from the built-in storage.
In-board storage was one of the Amazfit GTR 2 and Amazfit GTS 2′s features. However, Zepp Health chose not to include it on the Amazfit GTR 3 and Amazfit GTS 3’s successors. It turns out that the manufacturer decided to make it a pro-model-only feature.
As a result, the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro has 2.3GB of storage space accessible to consumers. According to the manufacturer, that’s enough to hold between 270 and 470 MP3 files. Assuming each one is between 5 and 10 megabytes in size. The Amazfit GTR 2 and Amazfit GTS 2 both feature 3GB of storage and can hold 300-600 MP3 files, each 5-10MB in size.
Built-in storage isn’t the only feature Zepp Health has made unique to the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro over the previous version. The pro model is also the only one with 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity, which makes sense given that it’s the only method to get your MP3 files onto the watch.
There is a speaker on the watch that may be used to take calls via a Bluetooth connection. It runs Zepp OS with support for mini-apps and has Alexa built-in, much as the Amazfit GTR 3 and Amazfit GTS 3. In normal use mode, the battery life is said to be up to 12 days. The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro is already on the market and will set you back around $300.
The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro can do 5 things that Apple Watch Series 7 can’t
The Apple Watch 7 is here and the first set of reviews are out now. Although you may be considering purchasing it, we’d like to point out 5 things it cannot do that the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro can.
1. Much more information on sleeping
The Apple Watch 7 measures how many hours a person spends in bed and how much of that time is actually spent asleep, which is part of the sleep monitoring statistics. While the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro measures sleep phases, tracks sleep breathing quality, and provides recommendations for improving sleep habits.
2. Track naps automatically
Sleep patterns can be monitored by the Apple Watch 7. This device also keeps track of naps. If you want to use this feature, your iPhone must be set up with a sleep routine. In contrast, the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro automatically tracks your sleep.
It only needs to be worn on your wrist while you sleep. Even naps that last longer than 20 minutes can be monitored by the Amazon Fit, which most other smartwatches misinterpret as real sleep. The automatic nap monitoring feature will be very helpful for people with erratic sleep patterns, such as Cosmo Kramer. The Series 7 cannot compete with the GTR 3 Pro in this area.
3. Monitor your stress levels
Stress monitoring is included on the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, just as it is on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, so you can keep track of your stress levels throughout the day. You can also receive warnings when your stress levels are unusually high or do a manual stress test on demand. If excessive stress is detected, it also encourages you to open the watch’s breathing exercise. The Zepp App or the watch must be set to measure stress levels 24 hours a day. The Apple Watch Series 7 does not, on the other hand, provide a first-party method to track your stress levels. However, there are a number of third-party applications available for the Series 7 that may help you track your stress levels, so this isn’t a major oversight.
4. PAI score
The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro supports Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI). PAI assigns you a score based on your activity over the previous seven days, and similar to Apple Watch Series 7, where the ultimate goal is to close the rings, your goal with PAI should be to achieve 100 points. Every movement you make and every pump of your heart earns you PAI points. So the more your heart beats, the more points you get.
The GTR 3 Pro calculates your PAI score by measuring your heart rate throughout all activities (including those that don’t require steps). The goal is to maintain a PAI score of 100 over a period of seven days. Furthermore, PAI is tailored to the user’s physical characteristics (age, gender, maximal heart rate, resting heart rate, and exercise response).
According to research, people who keep their PAI scores over 100 had a reduced risk of hypertension, heart disease, and Type 2 diabetes.
5. Sensor for measuring temperature
The temperature sensor on the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro allows the watch to detect the temperature of the contact area in real-time. “Please enable the watch to continue measuring the contact area for longer than 15 minutes in order to get a more accurate temperature measurement,” Amazfit warns. While the measurements are just for reference, they may be helpful in the COVID-19 period, when elevated body temperature is one of the disease’s main symptoms.
The Apple Watch Series 7 and the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro both have their own set of benefits and drawbacks. On the other hand, the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro may be a better purchase than the Apple Watch Series 7 based on the 5 reasons above.
There you have it. If you’re now curious about the Apple Watch 7, check out our review here. Find Apple Watch 7 deals on eBay, Amazon, or other popular merchants here.
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Last Updated on December 24, 2021
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