Huaimi, a subsidiary of Xiaomi, recently unveiled the Amazfit Verge smartwatch, which is expected to provide a five-day battery life with continuous monitoring of heart rate and a fairly large use of GPS. The smartwatch also supports NFC, which can be used in countries like China to accommodate bus tickets and credit cards.
The watch is powered by a 1.3-inch AMOLED display featuring a 360x360 resolution; the Gorilla Glass 3 also protects the display against falling and scratches. The device, which weighs 12.6 mm in diameter and 46 grams, also received an IP68 license, which could last for half an hour at a depth of 1.5 meters, but not suitable for swimming in water.
Amazfit Verge smartwatch
In spite of Amazfit Verge's admirable hardware, the Google Wear OS is not running and runs on a dedicated operating system. The dual-core processor, 512 megabytes of RAM and 4GB of internal storage (with 1.9 GB of memory available to the user) are among the hardware specifications of the watch.
Additionally, the Amazfit Verge also comes with a built-in microphone and speakerphone that you can use to answer calls on the phone. The Xiao Digital Assistant will also be able to answer your questions. It's not that Amazfit Verge is compatible with the Mijia ecosystem and you can adjust your Yi-like lights, wall mounts, air conditioners, smart robots and other products of this ecosystem with your smartwatch.
Hummi Amazfit Verge is expected to be available in three colors today, at a cost of around $115, which is considered a reasonable price.