Amazfit GTR Mini arrives boasting two-week battery life and GPS tracking

We finally have a smaller version of an Amazfit GTR
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Amazfit has officially announced the arrival of the GTR Mini smartwatch for the US, UK and Europe.

The launch comes after the company teased the GTR Mini last week, and a leak from last month that gave us a complete view of the watch design, with the headline features being the two-week battery life and support for GPS tracking.

The $120 / £129 device becomes the first round-faced 'Mini' smartwatch we've seen from the company, which, up until now, has stuck with Apple Watch-like square case designs for these models. It's also the first smaller GTR model we've seen, with this line usually featuring 46mm case size.

As you would expect from a device tagged as such, the Mini is pretty compact; the 1.28-inch AMOLED display slots into a 42mm case, with the thickness registered at 9.25mm. It's lightweight, too, clocking the scales at just 24.6g, according to Amazfit.

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Like other Amazfit GTR models, the specs sheet touts extensive battery life. The company's 20-day estimate is reachable with the device's battery-saver mode on, with 14 days expected in typical use. In heavy use, with display and tracking features cranked, we'd expect this to come down to around a week.

And for those keen on tracking outdoor exercisers, the GTR Mini also includes GPS tracking - not something you often see with devices at this price point - and 120 total sports modes.

It's no slouch from a health monitoring perspective, either, featuring blood oxygen measurements on top of the typical optical heart rate readings, sleep tracking and stress level interpretations.

We're looking forward to putting this one through its paces over the coming weeks - stay tuned for our full review.

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