ByJoe Horner 2019-08-19 4245
Motion data monitoring and analysis is one of the most important points for smartwatch users. But it should be noted that the Amazfit GTR does not support firstbeat algorithm, and can not measure the VO2 max.
Firstbeat is an important part of almost all kinds of high-end professional sports equipment and provides technical support for Arsenal, Manchester City and other world giants.
Using Firstbeat's algorithm means that the device can give highly credible exercise advice and is a good guide for users to stay healthy and improve their performance. Through close cooperation with Firstbeat, can be brought a large number of professional sports data, such as VO2 max, training load (TD), training effect (TE), recovery time, next training recommendation, real-time exercise guidance, current physical condition analysis and so on.
Of course, not joining Firstbeat doesn't mean that Amazfit GTR's exercise health data monitoring is inaccurate.
In terms of exercise health, the Amazfit GTR smartwatch supports GPS+GLONASS dual positioning and 12 motion modes, equipped with pressure sensors and Biotracking optical sensors to detect heart rate and exercise status 24 hours a day.
Amazfit GTR is water-resistant to a depth of 50 meters, which is comparable with traditional high-end watches, so you have nothing to worry when wearing it in daily life or swimming. Moreover, the high-precision GPS positioning system is continuously optimized to provide rich exercise data for your outdoor exercise.
In addition, the Amazfit GTR provides 12 sports modes, from daily activities such as walking, running or swimming, to climbing and skiing, so you'll be able to learn about your exercise status and improve overtime.
As long as you wear the Amazfit GTR, it will quietly count your steps and the volume of your exercise all day long. When you fall asleep, it will record your sleep condition in detail, and allows you to remotely control the music playing on your mobile for a hands free exercise experience.
In terms of health function, the Amazfit GTR, integrated with the BioTracker PPG biological tracking optical sensor and an algorithm developed by Huami, offers advanced full-scale heart-rate monitoring. It not only provides a 24-hour ceaseless high-precision heart-rate monitoring, but also provides functions such as vibration alerts on heart rate much too high or out of heart rate range while exercising, and recording and viewing fat-burning range, making exercise more scientific and healthy.
In addition to the sports and health function, the long battery life of the Amazfit GTR (24 days for the 47mm version and 12 days for the 42mm version), and the traditional appearance is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. This time, totally 9 kinds of types are provide. Such as the 47mm aluminum alloy, stainless steel, titanium and the upcoming Iron Man series limited edition. Moreover, there have 5 42mm zircon bright special edition, black, pink, white and red silicone band version.
Would you like to buy such a smartwatch?
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