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Xiaomi Amazfit Bip is an Apple Watch clone with 30day+ battery life

06 February 2018 3

Xiaomi has launched Amazfit Bip smartwatch that looks like the Apple Watch and offers 30 days plus of battery life.

Xiaomi Amazfit Bip Smartwatch with GPS is a sleek device that works with Android phones and with the iPhone. The smartwatch can last for 4 months on a single charge. The smartwatch is priced at just $100 and is currently on sale on Amazon for just $90.

Amazfit Bip has an ultra-long standby battery which can last for a maximum of 4 months in watch mode. It can last for 45 days on running mode and 22 hours on GPS + running mode. The watch weighs only 32 grams with the strap, which makes it easy to wear while sleeping, working, doing sports or on the go.

The watch comes with a real-time activity tracker which monitors your every step. It has Sony 28nm low-consumption GPS + Glonass module which allows more accurate location detection, distance measurement, the speed calculating, pace tracking, as well as real-time heart rate monitoring. The wearable has IP68 waterproof and dustproof rating.

Apart from this, the Xiaomi Amazfit Bip gives call alerts, as well as notifications from Facebook, Wechat, WhatsApp, Instagram, etc. The watch features a full colour, always-on 1.28-inch touchscreen display with 2.5D Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It is equipped with an optical heart rate sensor, and 3-axis accelerometers for activity, sports and sleep tracking as well. The watch has a compass and barometer sensor which measures direction and elevation changes. The Amazfit Bip is backed by a 190mAh battery.



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