Huami has released a new software update for the Amazfit GTR smartwatch. The update now allows users to set a timeout on the Always-On Display. The feature is expected to help conserve battery.
The new firmware comes with the version number V184.108.40.206. It also brings a fix to the black screen problem and extends the alarm ring time to 30 seconds. The new update also activates a pop-up reminder when AGPS expires. With such a feature, you won’t be caught in a situation where you’ll discover AGPS has expired when you need to use a feature that requires AGPS.
Amazfit GTR users in Malaysia are already getting the update and so, we expect it to hit other regions pretty soon. You can as well head over to Settings > Check for update menu in the Amazfit app to see if it is available for your device.
The Amazfit GTR smartwatch was released on July 16 and comes in 47/42mm sizes, both adorned with three high-grade metals: titanium, stainless steel and aluminium. The 42mm version is smaller and more compact. The body is only 9.2mm thick and weighs 25.5g.
For the watch face, the Amazfit GTR 42mm series is equipped with a 1.20-inch AMOLED colorful screen with a resolution of 390×390. The screen is covered by the Corning Gorilla 3 with anti-fingerprint (AF) coating. In terms of functions, it supports mobile phone calls, text messages, emails, calendars, social applications and other information reminders, and can also find mobile phones and control mobile phones to play music. The watch also supports contactless payment as it is equipped with a built-in NFC chip. It can also be used to unlock the smart door lock and other contactless services such as bus card.
In terms of battery life, the Amazfit GTR 42mm daily use mode lasts for 12 days, the basic watch mode is 34 days, and the GPS continues to work for 22 hours. The 47mm version sports a bigger 1.39-inch screen with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels.