Amazfit GTR 3 Pro shows off a new OS, 12 days of battery life
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The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, seen here in its box, is one of three new Amazfit watches revealed Monday. The GTR 3 Pro is the highest-end of the three, alongside a GTR 3 and GTS 3.
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The GTR 3 comes in the box with a sticker over its 1.45-inch AMOLED display. Amazfit says the screen has 331 pixels per inch.
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The watch includes a magnetic charger, which you may only need to use a few times a month.
Amazfit says the GTR 3 Pro's battery can run for 12 days.
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The watch's two buttons on the right can rotate, allowing you to scroll through menus. Or you can use the touch screen.
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The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro runs on the watch brand's Zepp OS, which allows for it to be set up with an iOS or an Android device.
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Various settings, apps and notifications are accessible with a swipe up, down, left and right from the watchface. Scrolling to the left reveals the Amazon Alexa voice assistant and access to events, alarm clocks, stress levels and temperature.
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A swipe to the right brings up the fitness tracking side of the watch.
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A swipe up shows off a variety of settings toggles.
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And within each of these areas you can scroll down, in the case of the fitness settings you can get more data on your calories, steps and other health data.
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The non-Pro GTR 3 starts at £180 (roughly GBP130, AU£240).
The company's GTS 3, which will also cost £180, will be available in Europe on Oct.
11 and will get a US release at a later date.
The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro costs £230 will and be available starting Oct.
11 in the US and Europe.