Amazfit GTS 2 Mini Launched in India – Available for Preorder at ₹6,999


After introducing a bunch of budget wearables in India, Amazfit has announced another budget-friendly smartphone in India, the GTS 2 mini after weeks of announcing it in China.

The only difference between the GTS 2 and GTS 2 mini is in the terms of display and battery. The Amazfit GTS 2 Mini boasts a slightly smaller 1.55″ AMOLED display housed inside its square aluminium alloy and plastic case, and it draws power from a 220 mAh battery, which is expected to last up to 21 days. The watch offers over 50 unique watch faces and more than 30 always-on display patterns.

The Amazfit GTS 2 mini offers Bluetooth 5.0 BLE for connectivity purposes and will be compatible with Android devices running Android 5.0 and above. It also comes with a built-in microphone to facilitate Alexa offers. Moreover, GTS 2 mini also features water resistance up to 5ATM.

Amazfit GTS 2 Mini

Further, Amazfit GTS 2 mini offers 70 sports modes, including several indoor and outdoor sports. The GTS 2 mini also features an array of sensors enabling heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen saturation measurement (SpO2), stress level monitoring, and sleep monitoring. It also features the PAI Health Assessment system, and menstrual tracking.

Amazfit GTS 2 Mini Pricing and Availability

Amazfit GTS 2 Mini

The Amazfit GTS 2 mini is available for preorders through Amazon and Amazfit’s official website for  ₹6,999 in two colours- Midnight Black and Flamingo Pink.

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