The Amazfit T-Rex 2 smartwatch is coming to Brazil this week at a suggested price of R$1,540. The connected watch stands out for its battery which lasts 24 days in moderate use, in addition to being described by the manufacturer as “robust and for external use”. It has built-in GPS and military resistance in its technical sheet. The colors of the country are green; black; and black with golden details.
The laptop’s specifications include a 1.39-inch HD display, with an AMOLED panel, glass, and a structure that’s water-resistant to depths of up to 100 meters. Among other highlights, it is possible to mention the monitoring of more than 150 sports options, including track races, combat modalities, ball activities and even board games.
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Amazfit T-Rex 2 — Photo: Advertising/Amazfit
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In addition to monitoring different activities, it is possible to program some custom formats, as well as separate activity stages into warm-up, training, rest, cool-down and recovery. All this, added to the daily movement, is presented in detail in the health evaluation system, the PAI, available on the watch itself.
The military resistance gives the robustness promised by the manufacturer, since it must ensure protection in intense conditions, including the heat of 70ºC, the cold of -40ºC, the possible shocks and even the splashes of salt water. This should help with the varied practices that can sometimes subject the device to contact with water or extreme temperatures.
Amazfit T-Rex 2 in use — Photo: Disclosure/Amazfit
The T-Rex 2 is able to track sleep quality, stress level, as well as measure vital signs such as heart rate and blood oxygen saturation. It should be noted that in case of exposure to extreme conditions, such as changes in altitude, the watch performs detailed tracking to ensure the stability of the user.
The device accepts third-party applications. Thus, it manages to provide a flashlight, an alarm clock, a pomodoro timer, a compass and even a function to track the cell phone. The tools can be controlled on the mobile phone via Zepp, a specific platform intended for monitoring the T-Rex 2.
Amazfit T-Rex 2 detects running outdoors — Photo: Disclosure/Amazfit
The question of the battery deserves special attention, because it has some peculiarities. In moderate use, the watch – with its 500 mAh – should last up to 24 days on a single charge. Already in intensive use, the autonomy drops to 10 days. When used with precision GPS it tends to deliver up to 26 hours, but when paired with power saving mode it can last up to 58 hours.
The Amazfit T-Rex was announced on Monday (27) and is available for purchase at major online stores, according to the manufacturer.
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