Amazfit T-Rex Pro specs and design have leaked. This follows registeration by the FCC in late January. The watch is an enhanced version of the original Amazfit T-Rex.
The first generation timepiece was unveiled at CES 2020 and made available for purchase in the US about a year ago. This is a device that is built to last. It comes with US Military Standard 810g (MIL-STD-810G) Certification.
As far as specs, there’s everything you’d expect from an adventurers watch. The standard gamut of fitness trackers (PPG Optical HRM sensor, 3-axis acceleration, Geomagnetic, Ambient Light), built-in GPS/GLONASS and 5 ATM water-resistance are all there. This is all coupled with nearly three weeks of battery life (20 hours with GPS enabled).
The AMOLED display of the first generation measures 1.3-inches and sits on top of a high-strength polymer 47.7 x 47.7 x 13.5 mm case. Despite all this the thing weighs just 58 grams.
Amazfit T-Rex Pro
Huami (or Zepp as its now called) is pretty good at churning out Amazfit-branded devices on a regular basis. Some might say a bit too good, as it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep track of all the different iterations!
In case you were wondering if we will see a sequel to the Amazfit T-Rex, we’ve got the answer. Yes we will.
January’s FCC database has the addition of Amazfit T-Rex 2. Most of the documentation is confidential so there is not much that can be deduced from the filing.
We did notice, though, that the FCC also refers to the timepiece as Amazfit T-Rex Pro. This confirms it will be a more suped-up version of the original rather than an entirely new generation.
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All of this implies the launch should not be far off. No other certifications have been found and the device has not yet been added to Bluetooth SIG. Most likely we could be looking at a Spring launch, perhaps at the April anniversary of the original Amazfit T-Rex.
The above info is confirmed by the latest leak courtesy of 91mobiles.com. According to their source, Amazfit T-Rex Pro looks exactly the same on the outside as the current version. The main change design-wise are the black, gray and green colors. The original comes in Rock Black, Army Green, Gun Grey, Came Green and Khaki.
The other additions include 10 ATM water-resistance rating instead of 5 ATM, the newer BioTracker 2 PPG sensor and support for more navigation satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo). Everything else is the same according to the leak. This is, of course, all unconfirmed.
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