Amazfit GTR 3: Build and design
The Amazfit GTR 3 looks like your classic wat at a glance. Around the bezels of the watch are small ticks at each hourly position. the GTR 3 has only two buttons, both on the right hand side. The top button takes you home from any screen while twisting it will scroll through whatever list you may have on your current screen. The bottom button opens up your physical activity tracking.
The Amazfit GTR 3 has a 1.39″ HD, 360 x 360, AMOLED display with an always-on option. The colours are nice and rich, as is the case with AMOLED displays. The slightly higher resolution is nice and crisp as well. The auto-brightness feature works great with the watch being easy to read outside in brighter conditions. On the other hand, it wasn’t blinding late at night when viewed in a darker room. The touch surface was very responsive as well;
The back of the watch is the most core sensor part of the smart watch. This time, the GTR 3 is equipped with a new generation of BioTracker™ 3.0 PPG biological tracking optical sensor. It adopts the industry-leading 6-channel configuration and provides 24-hour heart rate and blood Oxygen saturation, pressure and breathing rate measurement, automatic detection of atrial fibrillation and arrhythmia, night sleep quality analysis, sporadic nap recording and other health functions, protect your health in all directions.
Ease of Use
First, you’ll need to download the Zepp app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Once installed, you’ll be prompted to add a device. Select watch, then scan the QR code that appears on the smartwatch display. After that, it’s a matter of following the instructions and finishing the set up.
The Zepp app is where you’ll likely spend most of your time if you want to track your historical data. On the home screen, which is configurable, you can see stats like your PAI (weekly activity score), Sleep, Heart Rate, Stress, Weight, Workout History, and more. Tapping on any of these tiles will display more information and historical data for the past week, month, or year. The health page shows your recent walking, running, and cycling history and lets you set your target settings for steps, calories, and sleep. Finally, the profile page lets you adjust your profile and watch settings.
The Amazfit GTR 3 features a 450nmAh battery and has an impressive battery life — it can last for well over two weeks on a full charge. I used the smartwatch for more than 10 days and at that point, I had to worry about the battery. even after using one or the other activity mode for more than an hour daily.You can also active battery saver mode in case there is a low battery but the watch still maintains step counting so that’s more value you get from this watch.
The Amazfit GTR 3 smartwatch does a great job of tracking your daily steps, heart rate, sleep quality, various fitness activities with GPS, and blood-oxygen saturation. It also has notification alerts, music control, and even comes equipped with a compass and barometric altimeter. For day-to-day use。
With over 150 different sports modes, you’re pretty much covered for activity tracking. The various modes included with the Amazfit GTR 3 include:

Running & walking: Outdoor running, Treadmill, Walking, Trail running, Indoor walking, Race walking
Cycling: Outdoor cycling, Indoor cycling, Mountain biking, BMX
Swimming: Pool swimming, Open water swimming, Fin swimming, Artistic swimming
Outdoor workouts: Climbing, Hiking, Orienteering, Rock climbing, Fishing, Hunting, Skateboarding, Roller skating, Parkour, ATV, Offroad motorcycle
Indoor sports: Elliptical, Rowing machine, Stair-climbing machine, Stair stepper, Spinning, Indoor fitness, Mixed aerobics, Cross-training, Aerobics, Group calisthenics, Body combat, Strength training, Step training, Core training, Flexibility training, Free training, HIIT, Yoga, Pilates, Gymnastics, Horizontal bar, Parallel bars, Battling ropes, Stretching
Dance: Square dance, Ballroom dance, Belly dance, Ballet, Street dance, Zumba, Latin dance, Jazz dance, Hip-hop dance, Pole dance, Breaking, Folk dance, Dance, Modern dance, Disco, Tap dance
Combat sports: Boxing, Wrestling, Martial arts, Tai chi, Muay Thai, Judo, Taekwondo, Karate, Kickboxing, Fencing, Jiu-Jitsu, Kendo
Ball sports: Soccer, Beach soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Beach volleyball, Baseball, Softball, Rugby, Hockey, Table tennis, Badminton, Tennis, Squash, Gateball, Cricket, Handball, Bowling, Polo, Racquetball, Billiards, Sepak takraw, Dodgeball, Water polo, Ice hockey, Shuttlecock, Indoor soccer, Footbag, Bocce ball, Pelota, Floorball
Water sports: Outdoor boating, Sailing, Kayak, Rowing, Dragon boat, Paddleboarding, Outdoor skating, Indoor surfing, Tubing, Water skiing, Snorkeling
Winter sports: Skiing, Snowboarding, Downhill skiing, Cross-country skiing, Ski orienteering, Biathlon, Outdoor skating, Curling, Bobsleigh and Tobogganing, Sledding, Snowmobile, Snowshoeing
Leisure sports: Hula hooping, Frisbee, Darts, Kite flying, Tug-of-war, Jianzi kicking, Esports, Air walker, Swing, Shuffleboard, Foosball, Motion sensing game
Board & card games: Chess, Checkers, Go, Bridge, Board game
Others: Jumping rope, Archery, Equestrianism, Driving, Stair climbing 。

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