Huami has launched the Amazfit Neo retro-style fitness smartwatch with up to 4 weeks of battery life.
It comes in a retro body reminiscent of the Casio models from yesteryear. The watch promises longer battery life for up to 4 weeks. It also has features that make up for an ideal choice in 2020.
Talking about the design of the smartwatch we time travel to the Casio days. Those regular chunky watches are the inspiration for the Huami offering. There are four physical buttons on the smartwatch and is entirely made out of plastic. There’s no touchscreen support here which is why the Amazfit Neo offers 4-week battery life. There aren’t any other standouts in the design department apart from these details. The Amazfit Neo color options include Black, Green, and Orange.
The smartwatch sports a 1.2-inch monochrome LCD display with no touch support. To navigate through the menu, you will have to rely on the physical buttons. The always-on display with backlight support allows for better readability in both bright and dark conditions. The 160mAh battery on the Amazfit Neo as per Huami promises a long battery life up to 4 weeks.
The heart rate is a feature addition monitoring condition around-the-clock. There are also other features like activity tracking and sleep tracking which makes this a very capable smartwatch. Huami has also added 3 sport modes and PAI health analysis as well. For connectivity, there’s Bluetooth 5 support. The price of the Amazfit is ¥299 approximately Rs.3300.
The company back in July announced the Amazfit Band 5. The band offers features like blood oxygen monitoring and Alexa support for $50. There are other highlights like the optical heart rate sensor and sleep tracking found here as well. The band offers 2 weeks of battery life. With the Amazfit Neo and Band 5, customers now have multiple choices to pick from and for a reasonable price of course.
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