Amazfit has released the Bip 3, a new inexpensive smartwatch in its Bip line. The smartwatch has been officially launched in Brazil, and it has a larger 1.69-inch AMOLED display, a SpO2 monitor, and other features. Here’s a rundown of all the specifics.
Specs and Features of the Amazfit Bip 3
The Amazfit Bip 3 has a 1.69-inch HD AMOLED TFT LCD touch display and a square dial. It sports a 2.5D glass layer and supports a pixel density of 237ppi.
This is much larger than the Bip U smartwatches’ 1.43-inch display. There are more than 50 watch faces to choose from and the ability to create your own.
It comes with a BioTracker PPG sensor for a 24-hour heart rate monitor and a SpO2 monitor, and other health-related capabilities.
There are over 60 sports modes to choose from, and the best thing is that it has built-in GPS and GLONASS.
It also has swim-tracking capabilities and a 5ATM water-resistant rating.
Sleep, stress, and breathing are among the other things that the new Amazfit Bip 3 can track. There’s also the option to monitor female users’ menstrual cycle and ovulation.
The watch measures 4.42 x 3.66 x 0.76 cm and is touted to last up to 11 days on a single charge. It also weighs 120 grams.
The Amazfit Bip 3 is available in black, pink, and purple.
Availability and Price
According to the quoted cost, the Amazfit Bip 3 is presently available on Amazon in Brazil for BPL 279 (about Rs 4,400). The smartwatch has yet to be formally unveiled by Amazfit.
There’s no news on whether it’ll be available in other countries, including India. However, we may anticipate that happening shortly. As a result, stay tuned for further information.