Amazfit T-Rex Pro Pricing And Hands-On Video Leaked

Huami‘s premium sports watch, the Amazfit T-Rex Pro may get a successor soon. The successor which will bear the monitor Amazfit T-Rex Pro has been the subject of a couple of leaks in recent times driving speculations that the launch is imminent. A comprehensive unboxing video of the T-Rex Pro has now appeared on YouTube.

Also, a screenshot of the official Amazfit EU listing for the T-Rex Pro that is yet to go live has leaked on Twitter. The wearable device will cost $203. The T-Rex is presently listed on Amazfit website for $170.

The video shows the T-Rex Pro still retains the same packaging as well as design as its predecessor.  The Pro version however, is said to feature a newer BioTracker 2 PPG sensor and a higher waterproof rating. Recall that the T-Rex has a waterproof rating of 5ATM but the T-Rex Pro rating is 10ATM. To clarify, it means the watch is truly waterproof and good for most watersports like swimming, sailing and snorkeling in shallow water.

Other specifications

Other specifications include a 1.3-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 360 x 360p and 277PPI. The display gets a protection from a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 as well as an oleophobic coating. It also comes with a 3-axis acceleration sensor, 3-axis gyroscope,

Moreover, the watch features Geomagnetic sensor, Altimeter, GPS, and now, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo navigation systems. It equally supports Bluetooth 5.0 BLE.

We also expect the T-Rex Pro to run on a new operating system based on RTOS. Under the hood, there is a 390mAh battery. On the T-Rex, Huami claims it offer up to 20 days of battery life on a single charge. With the software improvements, we expect the battery life to be longer.

An earlier leak suggests the upcoming smartwatch will be available in three colors – black, gray, and green.

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