New arrival in the Amazfit Bip family which is now enriched with the S version.
The technical specifications still improve compared to the previous models, let's see them together: starting from the size, the device measures 42 x 35.3 x 11.4 mm for a total weight of 31 g (with the strap), or a gram more and less, respectively, of its predecessor. The frame body is in polycarbonate while the strap material is the classic one in silicone and hypoallergenic TPU. As for the display we have a 1.28 ″ transflective (TFT) screen that guarantees excellent readability even in direct sunlight, with a resolution of 176 x 176 pixels and the much-loved feature always-on display. The touch screen panel is 2.5 D type and is covered with a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 + an anti-fingerprint layer.
In terms of functionality, there is also an optical sensor for detecting heart rate, an acceleration sensor and a geomagnetic sensor. As for the heart rate sensor, the detection area is 3 times larger than that of the previous generation, the light intensity of the LED is 7 times that of before and the accuracy of the heart rate monitoring has improved at 98%, all using only one fifth of the power that was previously used.
As far as connectivity is concerned, we find Bluetooth 5.0 and a GPS + GLONASS global positioning system. There is also support for checking music, weather forecast, alarm clock, clock, call notifications and message notifications. The battery is 200 mAh and thanks to the Amazfit OS operating system, it will provide excellent autonomies: the company says that the device has reached 40 days of autonomy in the test phase (corresponding to normal daily use), 90 days in stand-by mode. by and 22 hours using GPS and heart rate monitor continuously. Outgoing, 10 sports activities are integrated with the hope that they will become 80 as for the Stratos 3.