Almost two weeks ago, the Amazfit Bip 3 was revealed in Brazil, and now it’s going global with the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro. There is only one major difference between the two smartwatches: the Pro model has a GPS receiver built in.
1.69″ TFT touchscreens with 240×280 px resolution are included in both Bip 3 variants. Their BioTracker 2 PPG biometric sensors are capable of detecting heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, and stress level. You may also track your activities in more than 60 other sports. A normal user may expect to get 14 days of battery life out of each of these devices. The Pro model’s battery life is likely to suffer as a result of GPS use. Both watches are water-resistant to 5ATM and connect to any Android 7.0+ or iOS 12.0+ device via the Zepp app.
Color possibilities for Amazfit Bip 3 and Bip 3 Pro range from black and blue to black and pink. The Bip 3 costs $59.99, while the Bip 3 Pro costs $69.99. Amazon India has Bip 3 on its “coming soon” list as well.