An Amazing Time with Amazfit
US-based wearable technology company Amazfit recently launched a presentation among members of the tech media about the wealth of features that power its line of smartwatches and wearables. The event was in partnership with gadgets and accessories retail store Digital Walker and was held on March 27 at Le Petit Souffle, Century City Mall.
Launched in 2014, Amazfit’s parent company, Huami, is the largest wearable device company worldwide with over 50 million units sold with 17.1% global market share. Its product line of fashionable activity trackers under the brand, including the Core, Verge, Pace, Arc, Bip, Moonbeam and Equator, effortlessly track activity without sacrificing style.
The Amazfit Cor2 fitness band maintains a 20-day battery life with useful functions such as daily message notification display, NFC card swipe, step counting, and alarm clock. It has a 1.23-inch color IPS LCD display which can display information and messages at a glance.
It has a Sports function that shows key data in real time whether your running, cycling, or jogging, while its Exercise function keeps track of time, heart rate, and calorie consumption. It has a 5ATM waterproof grade so it can be worn while swimming or surfing.
You can also use the bracelet to record and analyze your sleep, as well as pause, play, and change songs on your mobile music player. Amazfit Cor2 is prized at Php 2,990.
Meanwhile, Amazfit Bip, which retails at Php 3,490, features 30+ days of battery life on a single charge, a reflective always-on color touch display, GPS, barometer, geomagnetic sensor, PPG heart rate sensor, 3-axis accelerometer for activity, sports and sleep tracking, while weighing only 1.1 ounces (31 grams).
AmazfitBip comes in 4 vibrant color options and allows you to receive emails, text messages, calls, and app notifications on the watch display. You can track your runs (indoor and outdoor), cycling, and other sports with detailed GPS routes and stats.
The Amazfit Verge, on the other hand, is the perfect combination of style and technology. It is priced at Php 8,490 and comes with 11 sport modes including running, walking, climbing, tennis, skiing, cycling, and elliptical training, GPS + GLONASS route and distance tracking, and the ability to make and receive phone calls via Bluetooth connection to an Android mobile phone.
You can also check your emails, text messages, and other app notifications on its 1.3” AMOLED screen. It includes an optical sensor for accurate monitoring and recording of heart rate. Plus, it has up to 5 days of battery life on a single charge to keep up with your active lifestyle.
There was also a portion of the launch where guests and local fans shared their own experiences with Amazfit wearables, which are super light-weight so they are comfortable for daily wear, for sports, and even while sleeping as they keep track of the wearer’s activities. These wearables’ ease of use allows users to integrate them into their daily life, work, sports, and health management.
Amazfit’s Overseas Marketing Manager April Zhong and Overseas Sales Manager Sophia Liao, during the presentation, said that beyond the functionalities of digital timekeeping, Amazfit offers an affordable line of smartwatches that excel at the basics. The brand’s mission, they say, is to seamlessly connect biochemical signals and daily activities with smart data services to promote healthy living and to make their user’s lives easier.
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