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Amazfit introduces Active and Active Edge smartwatches

The Amazfit Active has various elegant cases made of aluminum and stainless steel, the Active Edge is the robust version.
Amazfit Active

The latest Amazfit smartwatches are here. The Amazfit Active features various elegant aluminum and stainless steel cases, GPS tracking and supports Bluetooth calling. The Active Edge is the robust version with a reinforced polycarbonate housing and waterproof to 100 meters.

Amazfit Active

The Amazfit Active features a 1.75-inch square AMOLED display with a resolution of 390 x 450 pixels. It is waterproof to 50 meters and supports calls via Bluetooth 5.2 BLE, Amazon Alexa and an offline voice assistant that runs natively on the watch. Zepp OS supports third-party apps and mini-games that you install via the Zepp app. You can also store up to 250 MB of music directly on the watch.

Health monitoring is carried out on the Amazfit Active via the in-house BioTracker PPG sensor with support for heart rate, blood oxygen, sleep and stress monitoring. There is also access to Zepp Coach with personalized training plans, workouts and recovery plans. The watch also has an integrated GNSS receiver with support for GPS, QZSS, BEIDOU, GALILEO and GLONASS.

As usual with Amazfit, the battery lasts quite a long time, although the capacity is only 300 mAh. Up to 14 days are possible with normal use and 16 hours with continuous GPS use. There are silicone and vegan leather straps and three color options – Midnight Black, Petal Pink and Lavender Purple. The price is $150 (€142) in the US, with other regions expected to follow soon.

Amazfit Active Edge

The Amazfit Active Edge features a 1.32-inch TFT LCD display with a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels and four physical buttons for easier controls. It is waterproof to 100 meters and offers over 100 watch faces and activity tracking for over 130 sports with automatic training recognition.

The Active Edge also supports Bluetooth 5.0 BLE and has the same BioTracker optical PPG sensor and GNSS. The battery has a capacity of 370 mAh and should last up to 16 days with normal use and 20 hours including GPS. The Amazfit Active Edge is available in Lava Black, Midnight Pulse and Mint Green and costs $140 (€126). It is available from Amazfit US and will also be traveling around the world soon.

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Mats Hellqvist
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