Amazfit has announced a premium Falcon smartwatch that retains the core health and fitness sensors but gets a major upgrade in terms of materials and appearance. Like other watches of the brand, the novelty runs on Zepp OS.

Illustration: Amazfit

The gadget was equipped with a 1.28-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 416 x 416 pixels and a brightness of up to 1000 nits. They received a one-piece titanium case and a sapphire screen protection, and also have a water resistance of up to 20 ATM.

The watch supports Zepp Coach’s smart training algorithm. It uses AI to recommend an activity plan based on the experience and physical condition of the user. As a result, you should be able to get the most out of your workouts without overworking your muscles.

Illustration: Amazfit

During the workout, the screen is constantly on, so the user does not have to be distracted and turn his hand to see the information on the display. You can also connect Bluetooth headphones, and the watch itself will voice important data (you can also store music on the watch).

You can sync your workout data with apps like Strava, Apple Health, and Adidas Running. Health tracking features include monitoring sleep, heart rate, blood oxygen, and stress levels.

Illustration: Amazfit

The watch was equipped with a 500 mAh battery, which provides up to 14 days of battery life. There is dual-band GPS here, which allows you to accurately track the direction of movement and provide navigation without being tied to a watch, but it will drain the battery faster: with constant use of high-precision GPS, autonomy drops to 21 hours.

Amazfit Falcon is already on sale in Europe at a price of 499 euros (≈30,700 rubles).