Amazfit GTR 4 Limited Edition lands with premium redesign

Stainless steel, classic design for $50 more
Amazfit GTR 4 Limited Edition
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Amazfit has given the GTR 4 a premium upgrade with a new Limited Edition version.

The GTR 4 Limited Edition sports a more classic watch design, away from the chronograph style design of the original. Both buttons have been replaced by pushable crowns, and it’s a departure from the “racing car” styling of the original GTR 4.

It used a mixture of stainless steel and “glass-ceramic” body for a premium feel, and the case is more rounded and sleek, whereas the original GTR 4 had hard, aggressive lines and a matte finish.

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AmazfitGTR 4 Limited Edition

Under the hood, however, it retains all of the specs and features found in the standard GTR 4, the Limited Edition doesn't disappoint. 

It features the same 1.43-inch AMOLED display (with a still visible bezel) and BioTracker 4.0 PPG sensor. 

However, Amazfit has added body temperature tracking – and the GTR 4 Limited Edition is the first in the range to offer wireless charging, rather than the puck used on the standard version.

WareableGTR 4The standard GTR 4 has a more sporty feel

It comes in one color only – silver, with a black fluoroelastomer strap – so there isn’t the choice of designs found on the standard GTR 4.

The Amazfit GTR 4 is one of our best smartwatches for Android users, and it got an excellent review here at Wareable. That was due to the excellent mix of sport features, lightweight build, and battery life, which carries over to the Limited Edition.

For our money, we’re not sure it looks that different for a $50 premium. The Amazfit GTR 4 Limited Edition costs $249.99, while the GTR 4 can be picked up for $199. 

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