The Amazfit GTS fitness smartwatch precise optical heart rate monitoring allows you to accurately track real-time steps taken, all-day heart rate monitoring, distance traveled, calories burned, quality of sleep and sleeping patterns. Amazfit GTS has a customized 1.65-inch AMOLED always-on stylish square screen which offers a larger display area than a round watch face of the same width, so it can carry more information. Our smartwatch deeply optimizes the power consumption of the components to bring long-lasting endurance of 14 days while keeping a slim watch body, which enables you to avoid frequent charges. Bluetooth Music Control allows you to directly control music from your GTS smartwatch while workout without having to pull out your phone. Amazfit GTS is water resistant to a depth of 50 meters and supports multiple swimming scenarios. It can automatically recognize your swimming position, and record data like SWOLF, pace or calorie consumption
Amazfit GTS Smart Watch – Midnight Black
AMOLED Display & Editable Widgets: The customized 1.65-inch stylish square screen offers a larger display area than a round watch face of the same width. The key information is displayed centrally, focusing on what matters most to you.
14 Days Battery Life: Amazfit GTS brings about a long-lasting endurance of 14 days while keeping a slim watch body, which enables you to avoid frequent charges.
5 ATM Water Resistance: Water resistant to a depth of 50 meters, Amazfit GTS also supports multiple swimming scenarios.
12 Sports Modes: Amazfit GTS supports 12 mainstream exercise modes. These are outdoor running, walking, outdoor cycling, indoor cycling, treadmill, elliptical trainer, climb, trail run, pool swimming, open water swimming, skiing, exercise.
Slim Metal Watch Body: A smooth transition from the 2.5D curved glass to the metal watch body lowers the thickness to 9.4 mm, which makes it slim and delicate.
PPG Sensor & Realbeats AI-Based Engine: Amazfit GTS can perform constant 24-hour high-precision heart-rate monitoring as well as a heart-rate interval monitoring during workouts, and warning if a much too high value is detected.