Amazfit Stratos 3 smartwatch for athletes and sports enthusiasts has launched in India. The Stratos 3 features a round display featuring over 80 sports modes and up to 70 hours continuous GPS tracking. Amazfit also recently announced the T-Rex and Bip S smartwatches in India priced at Rs 9,999 and Rs 4,999 respectively.
The Stratos 3 comes with a 5ATM waterproof rating which suggests that it can withstand 50 meters water depth. Here’s a quick check out the specifications, features and pricing of the Amazfit Stratos 3.
Amazfit Stratos 3 features a chrome steel build with ceramic bezels and silicone straps. it’s a transflective MIP display that measures 1.34-inches and features a resolution of 320×320 pixels, topped with a layer of Gorilla Glass 3.
A transflective display has a further layer of reflective coating that increases readability in outdoor use.
The Stratos 3 is powered by a dual-core processor with 512MB RAM and 2GB of internal storage. It runs on Amazfit OS and is compatible with all devices running Android 5.0 or iOS 10.0 and above. It connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth 4.2 and therefore the Amazfit app allows you to monitor your daily activities like running and swimming.
There are up to 80 sports modes including running, trail running, hiking, triathlon and more to settle on from.
It is capable of providing between 35-70 hours worth of continuous GPS tracking and has three preset modes for users to settle on from. Accurate, Balanced and Power Saving modes allow you to regulate the GPS tracking time for efficient battery life.
This smartwatch can last for up to 14 days on one charge and has two modes of operation– smart mode and ultra-endurance mode for users to settle on .
The watch takes around 2.5 hours to charge from 0-100 per cent.
Amazfit Stratos 3 is provided with Bio-Tracking optical sensor, acceleration sensor, geometric sensor and an atmospheric pressure sensor for accurate heart-rate monitoring and provides you with actionable data. The integrated GPS chip supports up to four global satellites, thereby ensuring tracking accuracy and speed