Xiaomi Amazfit Verge round the clock pulse and work 5 days

Xiaomi Amazfit Verge
Written by Hassan Abbas

The new smartwatch from the popular Huami lineup costs $115 and offers a full range of advanced features, including NFC. Xiaomi Company introduced in China a new wearable device under the brand Huami – smart watch Amazfit Verge. The long-awaited novelty of the line promises to be another bestseller due to modern design, a number of interesting functions and a high level of autonomy. Of course, all this is also offered at an affordable price.

Amazfit Verge has around 1.3-inch touchscreen AMOLED-screen with a resolution of 360×360 pixels. As a protective glass is tested by Gorilla Glass 3, the case of smartwatches made of polycarbonate weighs 46 grams and has a thickness of 12.6 mm. This model has its own operating system Huami, and not Wear OS from Google. According to Xiaomi, it quickly and stably works with a dual-core processor at a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz and 512 MB of RAM.

Xiaomi Amazfit Verge

Features Amazfit Verge includes almost everything that is relevant today for a wearable device, including:

  • Built-in 4 GB storage.
  • NFC for contactless payments through AliPay.
  • Built-in GPS-module.
  • Energy-efficient heart rate sensor.
  • Protection against water and dust according to IP68.
  • Voice Assistant XiaoAI.
  • Integration with the intelligent house ecosystem Mijia.
  • Support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2.

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It is noteworthy that with such functionality and round-the-clock monitoring of the pulse (the declared accuracy is up to 100%), the Amazfit Verge battery will last for 5 days of battery life in the active mode.

Clever Xiaomi Amazfit Verge watches are available for purchase at Tmall and online stores at an official price of approximately $115. Probably, in the future, the novelty will appear in the US market, as it was with the Amazfit Bip model.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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