Amazfit Bip 2 and Amazfit Cor 2: First images and specs from the FCC

ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-18 2682

Huami is at work on the two new wearable Amazfit Bip 2 and Amazfit Cor 2. The confirmation comes to us from the FCC statutitense that, only a few weeks ago (more than one month, however, for Cor 2), published the documents relating to the certification of the Models Huami A1806 (Amazfit Bip 2) and Huami A1713 (Amazfit Cor 2).

Within the same documents, as observable from the images just below, the United States certification body has inserted a series of real photographs of the products confirming the presence of a design almost unchanged from the Predecessors.


Unlike the previous model, Amazfit Bip 2 comes with a slightly larger battery (200 mAh vs 190 mAh), water and dust resistance up to 5 ATM that will allow users to use it even in the rain or during dives (the current Amazfit Beep is not provided), Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity and GPS sensor.


Finally, the presence of a yellow colour is recovered both in the body and in the strap of the product.


Like the Beep 2, the Amazfit Cor 2 also does not seem to be characterised by an aesthetic evolution compared to the current model on the market. According to the images provided by the FCC certification, however, the display would appear to be slightly larger and once again in color.


Slightly reduced the amperage of the battery that passes from the 170 mAh of the predecessor to the 160 mAh of the new model. Also in this case the product has a water resistance up to 5 ATM/50 meters. Compatibility is guaranteed with Android devices 4.4 or higher and iOS 9.0 +.

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