Xiaomi Huami Amazfit Pace 2 review specifications
Huami, a subsidiary of Xiaomi has released a new version of the Amazfit Pace.
The original Amazfit Pace had a very rough start, as the software was a mess. The main gripe was with issues of updating fitness data to the smartphone app.
It may not sound like a big deal if you’ve not used a fitness watch before, but syncing to smartphone is perhaps the greatest thing about these gadgets; this allows you to at a glance see things such as calories burned, miles jogged, path jogged, heartbeats per minute, deep sleep hours, steps taken, and much more, all accumulated over certain periods of time. So for example, if you want to see how far you ran for the week or how many calories you burned, checking it is a simple matter when data is properly synced.
All of this was eventually fixed with the original Amazfit Pace. In fact, it received a huge number of updates, no less than 20, over the last year, which in addition to fixing sync, also added features and fixed issues with adding mp3s to the internal storage.
The new Amazfit Pace 2 will feature:
- 1.2GHz dual-core SoC
- 512MB RAM
- 4GB storage (2GB usable)
- 5 ATM water resistance (can swim with it. Amazfit Pace 1 was only splash proof)
- Improved heart-rate tracking
- Swim mode (for more accurately tracking swimming fitness data, and determining whether swimming in an enclosed area or open water)
- 11 sport profiles, including mountaineering mode, and more advanced Firstbeat performance metrics such as Vo2Max and Training Effect
- 280mAh battery which touts 5 days on a charge, or 35 hours with GPS turned on
- 316L stainless steal finish + carbon fiber materials
- 3 physical buttons
- 1.34″ LCD (320×300)
- Smart home appliance control
In addition to these notable features, the Pace 2 will carry the standard array of options, such as music, time, alarm, reminders, and smartphone notification display.
There will be two versions of the Amazfit Pace 2 — a standard version, and a premium “2S” which carries a reinforced leather strap and 2.5 sapphire crystal face.
The standard Amazfit Pace 2 is available now for $140, and the 2S will be released on January 9th for $200.https://gizbeat.com/12454/xiaomi-huami-amazfit-pace-2-review-specifications/https://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/Amazfit-Pace-2_04-e1513140596216-1-450x170.jpghttps://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/Amazfit-Pace-2_04-e1513140596216-1-150x150.jpgTechWearableXiaomiHuami, a subsidiary of Xiaomi has released a new version of the Amazfit Pace. The original Amazfit Pace had a very rough start, as the software was a mess. The main gripe was with issues of updating fitness data to the smartphone app. It may not sound like a big deal...Damian Parsonshttps://plus.google.com/107879368390224447304 [email protected]AdministratorHi, I'm Damian Parsons. I've been working with Android phones since the first Droid came out. I'm fascinated by computers and technology. My first BBS were ran on an old Apple IIc and Commodore 64. I work hard to bring the latest updates to you every day - without all the boring fluff. Please subscribe to keep up on the newest China tech. See our forum -> www.chinaphonearena.comGizBeat