Amazfit Falcon will launch earlier on October 13. This time, we’ve got an even more in-depth look at the impending Amazfit Falcon, also known as the Amazfit Vienna. Here we have two films highlighting the most critical aspects of the Amazfit premium GPS watch.
Launching shortly, this will replace the Amazfit T-Rex 2 as the company’s flagship strict watch. The first video shows the unboxing footage of the smartwatch and its main components. You’ll find the look nestled between the instructions, warranty, and charging cord when you open the package. Before the film concludes, we are shown a side profile image of the watch and given a brief tour of Zepp OS on the watch.
The second video focuses on the watch’s health monitoring features, such as the Zepp Coach guided workouts, the connectivity to external health equipment like a heart rate belt, the training templates, and the connectivity to third-party services like Strava and Adidas Running.
Amazfit Falcon will launch earlier on October 13.
We learn about the device’s dual-band GPS connection, real-time navigation, route import, mode tracking for runs, and innovative trajectory correction capabilities. The watch can store up to 4GB of music locally and play it back using a Bluetooth earpiece.
The battery life is rated at up to 14 days on a single charge, and it can continuously monitor your heart rate, SpO2, and stress levels. According to the information we previously leaked, the Amazfit Falcon will offer the same health and sports monitoring capabilities as the T-Rex Pro 2, including a 1.28-inch AMOLED display with 416x416px resolution and 1000 nit peak brightness.
The watch is compatible with Zepp OS and has a 20ATM water resistance certification, making it suitable for use when swimming, playing high-impact water sports, or even scuba diving. In addition to its 500 mAh battery and 4GB of storage, 32MB of RAM, Bluetooth 5.0 connection, and 14-day battery life are also included. The October 13th debut of the Amazfit Falcon is imminent.