Amazfit T-Rex Pro, AMOLED display, GPS and submersible up to 10 ATM

We already have on sale the new Amazfit T-Rex Pro all-terrain smartwatch that brings several improvements over its predecessor Amazfit T-Rex.

A smartwatch that comes with a robust body certified to Mil-STD military level, with a weight of 59.4 grams and an always-on AMOLED screen ideal for outdoor viewing. The physical activity is very careful in this Amazfit, as it has multiple options and includes automatic recognition of the sport we practice that can be one of the 100 programmed activities. We also have a sensor for measuring the level of oxygen in the blood, PAI health assessment system and an integrated GPS. The Amazfit T-Rex Pro also receives an improvement in his submersible aspect, now reaches 10 ATM which allows immersion in water up to 100 m. An interesting smartwatch although as usual its support with third-party apps such as Strava is very deficient.

Amazfit T Rex Pro smartwatch


The Amazfit T-Rex Pro includes a 1.3-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels and ambient light sensor. The GPS has support for GLONASS/BeiDou/Galileo and connectivity the wireless connectivity is via Bluetooth 5.0. It also includes in its reinforced body gyroscope, accelerometer, barometric altimeter, geomagnetic compass and sensors to monitor heart rate and blood oxygen saturation. Naturally we have the monitoring and control of the quality of sleep, sedentary alerts, notifications from the smartphone with which we are synchronized and control of music playback among others.

The 390 mAh battery promises an autonomy of up to 18 days with normal use, although with GPS continuously activated this autonomy is reduced to 40 hours, not bad and is rechargeable magnetically.

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Amazfit T Rex Pro

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