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Amazfit unveils new sleep tracking smartwatches

New devices will utilize improved sleep monitoring features

Amazfit unveils new sleep tracking smartwatches
Photo via Amazfit

The latest series of smartwatches developed by Amazfit are said to have an impressive list of new features, some of which are pertinent to sleep data and a good night’s rest.

On Thursday, the health and wellness technology company owned by Zepp Health (NYSE: ZEPP) announced the debut of its fourth generation GTR and GTS watches.

The new products will feature intelligent sleep monitoring capabilities in addition to new upgraded GPS, fitness tracking and stress monitoring technologies.

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According to Amazfit, these new devices can operate for over two weeks with just one charge depending on usage.

The company says that users will now be able to create their own sleep schedule based on their sleeping habits within the watch and the device will monitor sleep patterns based on that user input.

“So users with night shifts will now be able to monitor their total sleep and sleep stages even during daytime with a sleep schedule set.”

The devices will also feature a “One-Tap Measuring Function” that can test heart rate, stress levels, breathing rate and blood-oxygen saturation within 45 seconds.

The watches will become available in Germany on September 12, Poland on September 16 and the remainder of Europe and other geographic locations like North America later this fall.

Companies producing wearable sleep devices with various other features include Hapbee Technologies Inc. (TSXV: HAPB) (OTCQB: HAPBF) (FSE: HA1), Apollo Neuroscience Inc. and Somnee.

Photo via Amazfit – Fourth generation GTR and GTS watches


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