Amazfit GTR 2e and GTS 2e launched at CES 2021, to debut in India this month

Amazfit GT 2 series

Amazfit introduces its GTR 2e and GTS 2e smartwatches at CES 2021 that fall under its Amazfit GT 2 series launched in India, not long ago. The two new announced smartwatches are likely to be launched in India this month, the company suggests. These smartwatches claim to bring fashionable design alongside long battery life as well.

Also read: Amazfit GTR 2 smartwatch with SpO2 and over 90 sports modes launched in India, starting at Rs 12,999

Amazfit GT2 series — Amazfit GTR 2e

The GTR 2e features a circular display measuring 1.39-inches and is an AMOLED HD screen. The display here is rotatable and further comes with over 50 watch faces. There’s tempered glass anti-fingerprint vacuum coating on top, for additional protection. The smartwatch comprises more than ninety sport modes, coupled with health monitoring metrics like SpO2 tracking, 24 x 7 heart rate tracking, stress monitoring, sleep tracking (REM/Nap), and more.

Amazfit GT 2 series

The GTR 2e is also water-resistant with 5ATM rating. The other features include GPS, temperature sensor, pedometer, and further comes with offline voice assistance. Amazfit GTR 2e is said to be coming with a battery life of up to 24 days, which seems promising.

Amazfit GT2 series — Amazfit GTS 2e

On the other hand, the GTS 2e comes with a bigger rotatable square design display, which measures 1.65-inches. It’s also an HD AMOLED screen and essentially packs all the features, health tracking and sport modes.

Amazfit GT 2 series

In terms of battery, the GTS 2e, however, promises only a 14-day battery life through a single charge.


These two smartwatches debuted in CES 2021 and will be available in India later this month. Pricing and launch details regarding the same will likely be revealed in the coming weeks. So, stay tuned for more coverage.

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