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Huami Amazfit Unboxing

A few days ago Huami, a sub-brand of Xiaomi launched its first smartwatch. This made a huge stir in the net, because it was announced earlier Xiaomi would come up with its smartwatch, and no one knew whether the company had been talking about this device or not. Later we came up with an interesting question why Xiaomi has not launched its smartwatch yet. Though no one can answer it and many people still don’t know what to think about this situation, the Huami Amazfit continues winning users’ hearts.

Huami Amazfit – The Details You Need To Know

Huami Amazfit

The Huami Amazfit is packed with a list of amazing features like a 1.34-inch display at a resolution of 300×300 pixels; a dual-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz, a 512MB of RAM, a 4GB of ROM, a 200mAh battery, and great connectivity options like Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi. It also has an IP67 certificate meaning we are dealing with a waterproof and dustproof device.

However, there are other eye-catching features you can find only on this smartwatch. First, it refers to a heart rate app, which has been designed by Chinese developers with a special algorithm. The main advantage of is that the app is capable of providing real-time data when a user is doing exercises. So everyone can regulate his/her training. Second, the Amazfit comes with a special app pre-installed that allows users to take control over their cloud data by analyzing the storage accessible to them. Third, this smartwatch is a great music player if you have a good network connection. It supports direct playback and can store up to 500 songs. Finally, the Huami offers prompt notifications like calls or weather and supports AliPay, though the latter is accessible only in China.

I guess you know, but I have to remind you that the watch costs 799 yuan.

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