Zepp Health is now offering Amazfit Active, a stellar smart watch that offers excellent value-for-money without cutting down on features compared to something like Apple iWatch. The price is 151 USD for the midnight black/petal pink model and 165 USD for the lavender purple model.
Amazfit Active review
Amazfit Active is successor to the outgoing Amazfit GTS 4 Mini, combining affordable size and functionality. Amazfit Active also features useful features like Bluetooth calling and navigation functions that come pre-installed in more expensive variants like Amazfit GTS 4 and the Zepp Coach function used in the Amazfit Balance and Amazfit Cheeta series.
Amazfit Active materials
Amazfit Active is manufactured with aluminum alloy and stainless steel to ensure strength. The midnight black/petal pink model’s band is made of silicone and respectable weighs 24-grams, while the lavender purple model’s band is made of vegan leather and that one weighs 27-grams. Both variants of Amazfit Active have 1.75-inch AMOLED display with 390 x 450 pixel display.
If you fancy listening to music from your smartwatch, you can make use of its 272MB music storage. This is useful if you do not want to carry a smartphone with you while you play sports or do cardio.
Amazfit Active lets you to play music without a smartphone. And of course, just like iWatch, you get useful medical features such as heart rate/heart rate variability, stress, sleep/sleep breathing quality, and monitoring body temperature.
You can also set Amazfit Active to monitor your stress and even sleep. Furthermore, it is equipped with over 120 sports modes and 7 types of sports automatic recognition function, allowing you to obtain various data after completing a workout.
The display is treated with 2.5D tempered glass and has an anti-fingerprint coating. There is built-in Bluetooth 5.2 LE and 5ATM waterproof function. The battery is 300mAh and can last up to 14 days with standard use.