Amazfit has been busy establishing itself as not just another no-name Chinese smartwatch manufacturer in the last few years and with the GTS 2e, it’s really hit the nail on the head. The smaller sibling to the Amazfit GTS 2, the GTS 2e has an Apple Watch-like body and sports Fitbit-like features for a budget-friendly price.
It boasts a 1.65-inch ‘HD’ AMOLED display with a resolution of 348 x 442 pixels hidden under a ‘2.5D’ curved tempered glass lens. The glass blends nicely with the bezel, making it look bigger than it actually is. The accompanying strap is smooth silicon and is pretty decent for a low-priced watch.
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