For those looking for a simple, yet sturdy smartwatch, Huami’s Amazfit Verge Lite might seem like a viable option. It has a standard host of features as a lifestyle and activity tracker to help enhance your lifestyle without breaking the bank. What does the Verge Lite offer users? And, moreover, is it worth buying? Here’s our detailed guide to help answer all your queries.
|1.3″ AMOLED display||Integrated heart rate montioring|
|Built-in GPS||Sedentary reminders|
|Battery lasts for up to 20 days||Sleep analysis|
|Heart rate monitor||Music control|
|Water resistant||Alerts and event reminders|
|7 Sports modes|
Appearance And Design
From its display to its weight, the watch keeps aesthetics, comfort and function in mind. It has been designed for movement and delivers that with a 20mm silicone polycarbonate strap. It comes in quite a few attractive colours, but can also be detached and replaced according to your preference.
The dial consists of a 1.3-inch AMOLED Always-On display which provides a panoramic view of the information while being encased in Corning Gorilla reinforced glass. Additionally, the anti-fingerprint coating ensures the watchface looks crisp and clean at all times.
The body itself is made from a glass fiber and is further reinforced with polycarbonate, giving it the robust strength it needs to weather through most physical activities.
Huami boasts a Freedom to Move promise with the Verge Lite lasting up to 20-days with a single charge. Therefore, you go on trips or vacations without worrying about a dwindling battery life, or simply enjoy the same benefits in your everyday life. It is a perfect option for fitness enthusiasts who want the convenience of not running out of juice quickly.
If you use the continuous GPS mode, the battery is naturally going to be considerably reduced; however it should still give you approximately 40 hours of usage.
Furthermore, the 390mAh lithium-polymer battery will quickly charge within 2 hours therefore you probably wouldn’t be largely inconvenienced by its power.
As the name suggests, Amazfit Verge Lite reduced version of Huami’s full function smartwatches, but for the average user, its offerings should be more than enough.
Tracks Up to 7 Fitness Activities
The watch analyses the following activities against your profile to provide you with information regarding your steps, calorie consumption and exercise performance. It has a waterproof grade of IP68, meaning it can handle sweat and a little water; but should not be used for swimming or while in the shower.
With the Verge Lite, you’ll still get the benefits of the Amazfit app and its proprietary Bio Tracker. This calculates your heart rate while also translating the data your watch collects for you to understand and assess your lifestyle. It also supports heart rate warning to inform you in case of any particularly high readings.
You can use Bluetooth connection to sync up with your smartphone and remotely control your music player directly from your smartwatch. There is a slight delay as the device relay information between one another, but it should not hinder your experience once you get used to it.
Lifestyle Enhancement Features
Aside from tracking your efforts during physical activity, the watch also tracks your daily movement and allows you to analyse your accurate lifestyle. It also comes with sedentary reminders which can be turned on to receive a subtle vibration to motivate you to move more. Additionally, sleep monitoring is also included in the device which helps to display your current sleeping patterns and help you make changes, if needed.
The lifestyle tracking and analysis aspects are supplemented by basic smartwatch functions whereby phone notifications are transmitted to your watch. You can select which apps you want to receive notifications from or set Do Not Disturb mode if you want a distraction free experience. You can also opt to receive silent alarms or custom event reminders. Lastly, the display watch faces can also be customized through the Amazfit app according to your preference.
|Main Advantages||Main Disadvantages|
|Simple, clean interface||Slow sync|
|Durable construction||Limited customization options|
|Decent battery life|
|Multiple fitness features|
Made for those who prefer a simpler experience, the Amazfit Verge Lite can be a welcome edition. It has the basic features for the average users to provide them with the information they need while helping them make small, calculated changes in their lifestyle. If Verge Lite is not up to your speed, Huami has other options for you to try. You might want to check out the reviews of the Amazfit Stratos 3, Amazfit GTS, Amazfit GTR, Amazfit Nexo or Amazfit BIP Lite before making your decision. All in all, the Verge Lite does provide a good mix of features at an affordable price.
Last Updated on December 22, 2020
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