Amazfit GTR Mini leaks to boost Amazfit's budget smartwatch range

We hope it lives up to the GTS Mini
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Update 3/14/23: The new Amazfit GTR Mini is now official – read all about it.

A new Amazfit smartwatch could be on the way, according to new leaks.

The Amazfit GTR/GTS 4 pair was unveiled back at IFA 2022, and the company also quietly unveiled its Amazfit GTS Mini 4 last year, which is one of our favorite budget smartwatches.

But there’s never been a budget version of its round-faced GTR range – but now it looks as if that’s about to change.

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GSMArena has revealed pictures and details of the new smartwatch, to which it credits an anonymous source. While that sounds dubious, the selection of images looks extremely comprehensive, including shots of the packaging.

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The GTR Mini will boast a 1.28-inch 2.5D AMOLED touchscreen display and GPS built-in, which makes it a good-looking and well-rounded smartwatch in its own right.

That means it could boast a 42mm screen, down from the 46mm on the full GTR 4.

There’s a stainless steel case, according to the leak – and it will be offered in blue, pink and black colorways.

While the feature set may not be revolutionary – we’re delighted that Amazfit is prepping a GTR Mini.

We’ve wholeheartedly recommended the GTS Mini range in the past, which delivers a significantly better experience and design than the budget Bip 3 Pro, while still being an excellent budget smartwatch in its own right.

The GTS Mini has retailed for under $100/£100 – and we’d love to see the GTR Mini do the same.

This aggressive price point, attractive design, and a full set of features would be a very attractive and easy-to-recommend budget smartwatch.

Watch this space for more details.

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