Published On: Fri, Mar 29th, 2019

Amazfit has been busy adding to its budget wearable empire, with the Amazfit Verge

Look and feel good with the newest Amazfit Verge Fitness Tracking Smartwatch. This attractive timepiece offers the ideal combination of technology and style. Designed for fitness enthusiasts with an eye for fashion, the Amazfit Verge tracks 11 sports including walking, running, tennis, climbing, cycling, skiing and elliptical training. In addition, it comes with GPS + GLONASS, making it easy to track distances traveled and routes accurately. Likewise, the optical sensor monitors and records your heart rate.

Amazfit Verge Smartwatch Features

The Amazfit Verge also enables you to check your text messages, emails, and other app notifications without taking your phone. In fact, you can even answer incoming calls directly on your wrist via a Bluetooth connection. To keep up with your active regime, the smartwatch provides an impressive five-day battery life. Available in three designer colors, the Amazfit Verge is the ultimate companion for any occasion.

The Amazfit Verge has a circular 1.3-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 360 x 360. The display is protected by Gorilla Glass 3 and the watch’s body is 46g heavy and 12.6mm thick. It’s powered by Huami’s own operating system (no Wear OS, here) that should run just fine with a dual-core processor and 512MB of RAM.

When it comes to specs, the Amazfit Verge has just about everything you could ask for — including:

NFC for mobile payments via AliPay
Built-in GPS
Heart-rate sensor
IP68 waterproofing
Xiao voice assistant
Integration with Mija smart home ecosystem

Even with all of that tech crammed inside the Amazfit Verge, Huami is still promising around 5-days of battery life on a single charge.

Amazfit Verge Smartwatch Price

If you’re interested, the Amazfit Verge is available for purchase now at both Tmall and JD for CNY 800 ($115 USD). Huami’s previous smartwatch, the Amazfit Bip, did eventually make its way to the United States, but it’s currently unclear if the Verge will follow in those footsteps.