Both models pack an aluminium body and a round watch face – the GTR 3 packs a 1.39-inch panel, while the GTR 3 Pro uses a 1.45-inch display. The latter uses a curved glass; while both offer a peak brightness of 1,000 nits, so outdoor viewing should be good.
The watches use two physical buttons on the side – the top button is a crown that you can use to scroll through menus and notifications.
The watches support your standard selection of health-tracking features such as SpO2 tracking, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, over 150 sports modes, VO2 Max, and more.
The Pro variant comes with 2.3GB of internal storage, and up to 12 days of battery life; while the regular GTR 3 offers more with up to 21 days of usage time.
The Amazfit GTR 3 is priced at $180 (RM750) while the GTR 3 Pro will set you back $230 (RM959). There’s no word on its local availability yet, but if our experience with the brand’s previous smartwatches indicate what Amazfit can offer – we’re definitely excited to see the GTR 3 series make it to Malaysia.