The Amazfit T-Rex 2 smartwatch will be available in Brazil this week for R$1,540. The smartwatch is renowned for its battery, which may last up to 24 days under moderate use and is touted as “tough and for outdoor use” by the maker. Its data sheet includes GPS and military deterrents. The country’s colors are green, black, and black with gold embellishments.
The wearable’s features include a 1.39-inch HD screen, an AMOLED panel, glass, and water resistance up to 100 metres. Among other features, it is possible to call attention to the oversight of more than 150 gaming alternatives, such as board games, fighting games, ball games, and racing on tracks.
It is possible to design certain unique formats and separate the stages of activity into warm-up, training, rest, recuperation, and cool-down in addition to monitoring various activities. The Health Assessment System, PAI, which is accessible on the watch itself, shows all of this in detail in addition to daily movement.
Military resistance gives protection from 70°C heat, -40°C cold, the most intense shock, and salt water splash while delivering the strength claimed by the manufacturer. This should assist with a number of techniques that occasionally subject the device to moisture or extremely high temperatures.
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Amazfit T-Rex 2 — Image Reveal/Amazfit
T-Rex 2 can monitor stress levels, the quality of sleep, and vital indicators including heart rate and blood oxygen saturation. It should be mentioned that the watch goes through a thorough follow-up process to guarantee user stability when exposed to challenging circumstances, including altitude fluctuations.
The system is open to outside applications. So, in addition to tracking a flashlight, alarm clock, pomodoro timer, compass, and cell phone, it also offers this feature. Zep, a unique platform for tracking the T-Rex 2, allows for device control from a mobile device.
Running outside is detected by Amazfit T-Rex 2 – Image Amazfit
Due to unique features, the battery issue warrants further attention. The watch’s 500 mAh battery can sustain moderate use for up to 24 days on a single charge. With already heavy use, autonomy is reduced to 10 days. It lasts up to 26 hours with precise GPS, but it lasts up to 58 hours when combined with battery saving mode.
According to the company, the Amazfit T-Rex was introduced on Monday (27), and is now sold through reputable online retailers.