Published: Fri, January 10, 2020
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Amazfit T-Rex with AMOLED display and military-grade durability in HIndi

Amazfit T-Rex with AMOLED display and military-grade durability in HIndi

But Huami is one of the world's largest manufacturer of smart wearable devices, partnering with Xiaomi on the insane popular Mi Band line of fitness trackers.

Recently, it was reported that Amazfit is planning to launch a new smartwatch at the CES 2020 and the company has kept its promise.

With the category-redefining Amazfit HomeStudio, reaching fitness goals has never been easier-or more fun. Here is a look at the six products that Huami has launched: Amazfit HomeStudio The Amazfit HomeStudio is is a connected fitness treadmill that houses a 43-inch HD screen, called Smart Gym Hub. It comes with an AI-powered computer vision to detect the movements along with personal boutique of fitness experience. In the coming 5G era, it enables possibilities of getting fitness like home wherever consumers are, with more social interactions.

For the record, the most significant feature of the Amazfit HomeStudio is the absence of a conventional treadmill front. It also features three JBL speakers, out of which two are situated on the treadmill and one on the Glass. It folds up in just 5 seconds, making it easy to store in small spaces.

As mentioned, Amazfit also introduced new Amazfit PowerBuds at the event and they come with an inclined in-ear design for a firm fit.

Of course, the PowerBuds are significantly cheaper, at a suggested retail price of $100, launching in February with a weight of only 7 grams per bud, removable magnetic sport ear hooks included, and an overall design more closely resembling Amazon's Echo Buds than the AirPods family. Whether at work, relaxing or hitting the gym, PowerBuds keep users connected with its smart, intuitive touch controls. Bizarrely enough, the ZenBuds (which is a name we kind of expected Asus to use sooner or later) are not meant to play music or anything else besides "soothing sounds" before you go to sleep. And to preserve battery life, the buds will automatically turn off the musing when they sense you've gone to sleep. It also features optical heart rate monitor and it is compatible with Android 5.0 devices or later and iOS 10 devices or later.

Amazfit ZenBuds The Amazfit ZenBuds are Huami's offering to help people to sleep better. The Amazfit T-Rex is priced at CNY 799 (roughly Rs.s 8,200) and is already on sale in China. It has survived a gauntlet of harsh environmental stress tests in order to meet United States Military Standard certifications.

It comes with GPS, GLONASS, a BioTracker PPG optical heart rate sensor, an advanced activity tracker and a sleep monitoring sensor and aims to delivers an impressive 20-days battery life. The company claims that the smartwatch has battery backup life up to 40 days.

The Amazfit T-Rex flaunts a 1.3-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 360x360 pixels.

Known for its professional, stylish smart wearables, Huami Amazfit is aiming to bring innovations to the users worldwide, in the spirit of its slogan "LEAP OVER LIMITS".

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