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Huami Amazfit T-Rex Smartwatch Goes for Pre-order in India; Launching on 12th June

As mentioned in our previous post, Huami Amazfit T-Rex smartwatch will debut in India on 12th June. Today, this smartwatch has goone on pre-order in India on Amazon & in.amazfit.com. The Amazfit T-REX priced at INR 9,999 will be officially launched in India on June 12th.

Amazfit T-Rex has rugged design and is ideal for outdoor activities. According to Huami, this smartwatch has passed 12 regulations of military standard (MIL-STD-810) quality test to resist the harsh environment which can operate under unpredictable weather conditions, rain, hail or shine. It is claimed to built to withstand extreme temperatures as well as damp, salt and any challenging outdoor conditions, surviving for two hours under rapid temperature change from -40 to 70?.

This smartwatch features a 1.3-inch AMOLED screen with (360×360 pixels) capable of displaying 16.7 million colours with superb clarity. It features GPS, GLONASS, a BioTracker PPG optical heart rate sensor, an advanced activity tracker and a sleep monitoring sensor to provide detailed data to enable you to best reach your fitness goals. Amazfit T-Rex boasts of 20-day battery life. It can be paired with your smartphone via Bluetooth.

The Amazfit T-Rex features 14 sport mode and has 5ATM water-resistant design also allows you to carry out your activities underwater also. It comes with Sweat-absorbent and comfortable silicone strap. Outer bezel is made of special ink-filling technolog and its inner sweat-wicking design keeps it dry and not sticky.

This watch also provides sedentary reminders when you’ve been inactive for too long. It also provides notifications for incoming calls, text messages, apps, calendars and custom events.

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