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CES 2020: Huami launches Amazfit T-Rex and Blip S smartwatches

On: January 8, 2020

Xiaomi-backed wearable manufacturer Huami has introduced its latest products at the ongoing CES 2020 in Las Vegas. The Chinese company has announced two new smartwatches called the Amazfit T-Rex and Amazfit Blip S. The Amazfit T-Rex is the wearable maker’s first rugged smartwatch, which has passed 12 regulations of the MIL-STD-810G quality tests. As for the Amazfit Blip S, it is an entry-level smartwatch that will be available in multiple attractive colour variants. In addition, the brand has introduced two new wireless earbuds called the Amazfit PowerBuds and Amazfit ZenBuds, and the new Amazfit HomeStudio treadmill.

Amazfit T-Rex is the company’s first rugged smartwatch

Amazfit T-Rex and Blip S specifications and features

Talking about the Amazfit T-Rex first, the brand’s first rugged smartwatch is capable of withstanding extreme heat and cold. The device is resistant to corrosion and moisture, and comes with a durable design. Notably, the wearable has a heat resistance of 70-degree and cold resistance of minus 40-degree. In addition, the smartwatch has passed 240-hours damp-heat and 96-hours of the acid-alkali test. As for the other features, the T-Rex offers a 1.3-inch circular AMOLED screen, an optical heart rate sensor, 19 sports modes tracking, and up to 20 days of battery life without GPS. The wearable has been priced at $139.9 (~Rs 10,050).

Huami Amazfit Blip S comes with multiple colour strap options

As for the Amazfit Blip S, the wearable offers various strap colour options including Carbon Black, Red Orange, Warm Pink and White Rock. The accessory comes with a 1.28-inch Always-On colour transflective display. The device boasts 5ATM water resistance, which allows it to be safely submerged under up to 50 metres water depth. The other highlights include a lightweight 30g body, built-in GPS, and up to 40 days of usage. This one will be available for $115 (~Rs 8,300).

Amazfit PowerBuds and ZenBuds specifications and features

Moving on to the new Huami earbuds, the Amazfit PowerBuds flaunts a built-in Huami PPG heart rate sensor, which keeps you updated in real time with heart rate data. The dust and water-resistant wearable comes with magnetic sports ear hooks to keep the accessory in place during the workout. The device comes with an advanced composite diaphragm to provide high-fidelity sound, intuitive touch controls, and up to 24 hours of usage with the charging box. The audio accessory will be available from February for $99.9 (~Rs 7,200).

Huami has introduced two new earbuds called the PowerBuds and ZenBuds

Talking about the Amazfit ZenBuds, the wearable has a noise-blocking design to eliminate outdoor noise and provide a good night’s sleep. The earplugs are made from silicone, which provides a comfortable wearing experience. The audio accessory has Knowles Balanced Armature, which supports your sleeping goals by producing soothing sounds. The smart sleep-centric earbuds can gather data on your heart rate, body position and movement, and can provide you with analysis of your sleep. The company claims that the wearable can provide up to eight nights of sleep with the charging case. There’s no word on the pricing of the ZenBuds at the moment.

Amazfit HomeStudio treadmill specifications and features

Amazfit HomeStudio treadmill flaunts a large 43-inch HD display, which is called Glass by the company

Lastly, the Amazfit HomeStudio treadmill flaunts a large 43-inch HD display, which is called Glass by the company. The screen features AI-powered computer vision, which is capable of detecting your movements on the treadmill. The whole package also has three JBL speakers. The fitness device has a 3D time of flight camera to provide feedback on the workout, and it can also connect you with over 1,000 classes of treadmill, yoga, stretching and more. The new Amazfit treadmill has a 53.1×20-inch running area and a max speed of 20km/h. The brand has also introduced another treadmill called the AirRun, which doesn’t come with the Glass screen.

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Akshay Kumar

Akshay aka TechAkko has been writing about phones and other consumer electronic products since 2011. He has a special interest in smartphones, games and outer space, and you will always find him crawling the web for new and fascinating information for the same. When he wants a break from the digital world, he enjoys spending time in the peaceful environment of the Himalayas.