Amazfit has taken the already tough T-Rex smartwatch and made it even more so with the T-Rex Pro. Increased durability, more water resistance, the ability to track even more workouts, and a host of other improvements aim to make this the got to adventure watch. It might actually succeed if it weren't for a could of nicks in its armor.
Trying to decide if you want a cheap fitness tracker or a smartwatch for fitness? The GTS 2 Mini gives you the best of both worlds, with a beautiful display, long battery life, accurate health tracking, built-in GPS, and more for a seriously low price.
Amazfit GTR 2e and GTS 2e are the latest addition to Huami's smartwatch lineup. Both smartwatches boast better battery lives and lower prices than the GTR 2 and GTS 2, with surprisingly few downsides for the downgrade.
The GTS 2 Mini released just a few months after the GTS 2 for $80 less with many of the same features and better battery life. Is the Mini a no-brainer buy, or should you pay full price for the smarter GTS 2? We'll help you decide.
We weren't expecting a new GTS 2 model so soon, but the GTS 2 Mini is one of Amazfit's most affordable yet. It may have a smaller display and battery, but its $100 price tag makes it an appealing option for thrifty athletes.
Apple Watches are great, but not for those of us who rock an Android phone. If you like the look of an Apple Watch but want better battery life and compatibility with a superior mobile OS, don't miss this Black Friday deal on the Amazfit GTS!
The Amazfit Neo successfully rekindles a retro look that will appeal to older consumers, but is it smart enough to draw in a younger crowd? We take a look at the latest low-cost watch by Amazfit to see if it's something you should consider putting on your wrist.
These two Amazfit watches may look different but they have identical operating systems, health tracking and other features, so we're reviewing them together. With built-in GPS, speakerphone, music storage, voice commands, SpO2 tracking and more, these affordable watches are worth buying — with some caveats.