Amazfit GTR 3, GTR 3 Pro, GTS 3 Renders and Key Specifications Leaked Ahead of October 11 Launch

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Amazfit is gearing up for the launch of three new smartwatches. The company is said to hold an event in China on October 12, where it is expected to launch the GTR 3, GTR 3 Pro and GTS 3 smartwatches. These three smartwatches might be introduced globally on October 11th. Ahead of the official launch, the renders and specifications of these upcoming smartwatches are surfaced online courtesy of PassionateGeekz. The render reveals the design of the GTR 3, GTR 3 Pro and the GTS 3 ahead of the launch.

Amazfit GTR3, GTR3 Pro, GTS 3 renders and leaked specifications

Amazfit GTR 3 smartwatch is expected to feature a 1.39-inch AMOLED display. The GTR 3 is supposed to come equipped with 150 Sports mode. Moreover, the smartwatch is said to ship with a 450mAh battery which could offer up to 24 days of battery life. The GTR is expected to debut in two colours: Thunder Black and Moonlight Gray. In addition, the company is expected to ship all these new smartwatches with its proprietary software, the ZEPP OS. Coming to the specifications of the GTR 3 Pro model, it is said to sport a 1.45-inch display. Furthermore, the display panel might have a pixel density of 331 PPI. The GTR 3 Pro is expected to debut in Sport and Classic models.

As far as the specifications and features of the Amazfit GTS 3 go, it might sport a 1.75-inch display with 390 x 450 pixel resolution. Moreover, the smartwatch might be released in three colour options: Tera Rose, Ivory White, and Graphite Black. As far as the pricing is concerned, the Amazfit GTR 3 and GTR 3 Pro are expected to retail for around $215 (roughly Rs 16,150) and $225 (roughly Rs 16,900) respectively. On the other hand, the GTS 3 might be priced at $205 (Rs 15,400). The common features which these smartwatches are expected to offer include 150 sports mode, aluminum alloy body. In addition, 2 hours of charging time, Bluetooth v5.1, Biometric Sensor, Respiratory Rate Measurement and Swimming Pulse Measurement. Along with SpO2 sensor, 150+ watch face types, and much more. We will know more the about these smartwatches once they go official in China on October 11.

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