Amazfit Bip U with SpO2 sensor and up to 9 days battery life is coming to India on October 16

Amazfit Bip U - Feature Image

Amazfit has been a well-known player in the smartwatch segment with the Bip series and Verge series in the budget range and the T-Rex and other watches for the higher range. The Bip S series was quite well received by critics and users, with the Bip S Lite getting glowing recommendations even from our reviewers. Today, the brand announced the launch of the successor to the Bip S series, in the form of the Bip U series. What are the specifications? Let us discuss in brief.

Amazfit Bip U Specifications

Amazfit Bip U is the latest addition to the Amazfit budget smartwatches and the Bip Series. It’s a classy and high-tech wearable with advanced functionalities contributing to a healthy and fit lifestyle. The Bip U is equipped with health tracking metrics like SPO2 which helps measure your current blood oxygen saturation instantly from your wrist. Other features include stress monitoring, breathing training and menstrual tracking etc. which will help in staying fit and active. The large colourful TFT LCD display which creates an exquisite visual experience and comes with an Always-on display. Featuring 60 plus sports modes, 5 ATM water resistance, battery life of up to 9 days* and Huami PAI health assessment system.

Pricing and Availability

The Amazfit Bip U will be available in 3 colours – black, green, and pink while the app ecosystem supports both Android and iOS. The smartwatch is launching on 16th October on Amazon and the brand’s online store The pricing as of now is unknown, but, considering the Bip S is priced around the Rs 4000-5000 segment, the pricing should be in the same range, with some minor price hike due to the addition of the SpO2 sensor.

What are your thoughts regarding the Bip U? Are you excited for the same? Let us know in the comments below.

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