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 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.