Amazfit T-Rex Pro price in India, availability
Amazfit T-Rex Pro is priced in India at Rs. 12,999. The smartwatch is available via the official online store starting today. The wearable will also go on sale via Amazon beginning March 28. Currently, a ‘Notify Me’ button has been made live on the e-commerce site. The smartwatch comes in Desert Grey, Meteorite Black, and Steel Blue colour options.
Amazfit T-Rex Pro features
The T-Rex Pro smartwatch from Amazfit features a 1.3-inch (360×360 pixels) AMOLED screen with always-on-display and anti-fingerprint coating. It has passed 15 regulations of military standard (MIL-STD-810) and can withstand extreme temperature and conditions (from 70 degrees Celsius heat to – 40 degrees Celsius) along with 240 hours of humidity, 96 hours of salt spray, shock resistance, and more. The watch has over 100 sports modes, tracking user performance in activities such as indoor and outdoor running, cycling, skiing, and more. Additionally, it comes with a new ExerSense workout recognition algorithm that automatically recognises eight sports modes and records corresponding workout data. This includes walking, running, swimming, elliptical, rowing machine, and more.
Amazfit T-Rex Pro is touted to deliver up to 18 days of battery life with the help of a 390mAh Lithium-ion battery. The watch takes about 1.5 hours to fully charge with the magnetic charger. Apart from the SpO2 sensor, it has quad-GNSS, GPS, BioTracker2 PPG optical heart rate sensor, 10ATM water resistance, an advanced activity tracker, and a sleep monitoring sensor. It doesn’t have a microphone onboard and therefore cannot take calls. Amazfit T-Rex Pro gives you incoming call alerts, app notifications, music control, and reminders for upcoming events.
The weight of the watch is 59.4 grams and connectivity options include Bluetooth 5.0. Amazfit T-Rex Pro runs on the RTOS operating system and supports smartphones running on Android 5.0 or iOS 10.0 and above.
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