Amazfit announced the T-Rex Ultra smartwatch. This Amazfit’s most premium smartwatch brings updates in the screen and battery sector when compared to the previous generation T-Rex Pro.
Amazfit T-Rex Ultra Specifications
T-Rex Ultra now comes with a 1.39-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. Replaces the 1.3-inch 360 x 360 pixel screen in the previous T-Rex Pro. The screen brightness level supports up to 1000 nits. So, no need to worry for outdoor use.
Overall, the body design, which carries stainlees and polymer materials, is also durable. In fact, the T-Rex Ultra is water resistant with a standard of 10ATM and can be invited to dive to a depth of 100 meters.
Bringing a larger screen size Amazfit equips the T-Rex Ultra with a larger battery capacity. Relying on a 500 mAh battery, this smart watch is claimed to last up to 20 days. Most durable among all T-Rex variants. Meanwhile, in GPS Endurance mode the battery can last up to around 80 hours.
For other features on the T-Rex Ultra, you can still find the BioTracker PPG biometric sensor. This sensor can monitor heart rate and oxygen levels in the blood. Also present is Dual-Band support and a GPS navigation system with six satellites. In addition, WiFi and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity is available.
As a sports companion T-Rex Ultra supports more than 160 sport modes. In the T-Rex line, this smart watch is also the first to support various sports activities on water, land and air. For example, there is a freediving sport mode for diving and skydiving or skydiving.
All user sports activity data will be collected and will later be displayed via the Zepp application on smartphones. Interestingly, all user activity data can be shared with third-party applications such as Strava and Adidas Running. In fact, it is possible for users to connect this smartwatch to action cameras such as GoPro.
Amazfit T-Rex Ultra Price
The T-Rex Ultra is available in two color choices, namely Abyss Black and Sahara. The price of the T-Rex Ultra is US$399.99.