The Amazfit Bip 3 was unveiled nearly two weeks ago in Brazil, and it is now available worldwide alongside the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro. The only difference between the two smartwatches is that the Pro model comes equipped with a built-in GPS receiver.
Amazfit Bip 3 and Amazfit Bip 3 Pro Specifications and Features:
Both Bip 3 models have 1.69″ TFT touchscreens with a resolution of 240×280 pixels. They have BioTracker 2 PPG biometric sensors that can track heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, and stress levels. You can also track your activity in over 60 different sports modes. Both wearables have 280 mAh batteries that are rated for up to 14 days of typical use. The battery life on the Pro model is likely to suffer as a result of GPS usage. Both watches are 5ATM waterproof and connect to any Android 7.0+ iOS 12.0+ device via the Zepp app.
Heart rate, stress level, sleep quality (including sleep stages and daytime naps), and female menstrual cycles are among the other factors. The models include the PAI Health Assessment System, which employs intelligent algorithms to combine traditional health and fitness data such as heart rate and step count with data gathered from the user’s daily activities. There are 60 different sports modes available.
The Amazfit Bip 3 is available in black, blue, and pink, while the Bip 3 Pro is available in black, pink, and cream. The Bip 3 will cost $59.99 (Rs. 4,603 approx.), and the Bip 3 Pro will cost $69.99 (Rs. 5,383 approx.). On Amazon India, Bip 3 is also listed as coming soon.