Huami Amazfit Verge Lite with AMOLED display and IP68 rating launched in India

Huami Amazfit Verge Lite - Feature Image

Xiaomi’s sub-brand Huami has launched its latest smartwatch in India today. Priced at Rs 6,999, it is one of the most affordable smartwatch and claims to offer a lot for the price it asks. Let’s look into the specifications and features of the Amazfit Verge Lite below.

Huawei Amazfit Verge Lite Features

Starting with its display, it offers an AMOLED display which is a 1.3-inch in size, having a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels. It’s a round-shaped display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection and anti-fingerprint coating. Talking about the wristband, it is made of polycarbonate and silicone.

Certified with an IP68 rating, it is a dust and water-resistant smartwatch. The wearable is said to be compatible with devices running Android 4.4 or iOS 9.0 and above. As far as the Bluetooth connectivity is concerned, it offers 4.0 version connectivity. There is a GPS + GLONASS support offering tracking. 

The smartwatch comes in two different colours including Shark Grey and Snowcap White Colour options. It supports players like Google Play Music and Spotify on Android, while the list includes Apple Music, Spotify, and SoundCloud on iOS.

The sensors onboard include PPG heart rate sensor, 3 multi-axis acceleration sensor, and ambient light sensor. It claims to offer 20 days of battery life compared to five days of battery life on the Amazfit Verge. The Amazfit Verge lite packs a 390 mAh capacity battery. 

Featuring seven different modes including outdoor running, walking, indoor cycling, exercise, treadmill, outdoor cycling, and elliptical training with real-time monitoring. It claims to offer more precise and reliable high-precision optical sensor offering reliable heart rate monitoring data.

What do you guys think of this new Huawei Amazfit Verge Lite smartwatch? Let us know in the comment section below.

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