Amazfit GTR Mini is good-looking and lightweight

Light on the wrist and on the pocket

Who likes a watch that only tells time? It has to do so much more like count your steps, track your sleep, send messages, and even tell you when it's time to get your rear off the couch and hit the gym. Thankfully Amazfit’s latest GTR Mini does all of that and more.

The smartwatch has a stainless-steel frame and a glazed back panel, and at 9.25mm and 24.6g it's pretty lightweight too. It is powered by Zepp OS 2.0 and a dual-core Huangshan 2S chip. As per the brand, the GTR Mini can conserve battery power for up to 14 days at a time with typical usage or up to 20 days on battery saver mode. Like most other watches in the segment, this one too has over 120 sports modes, 24/7 Heart rate, SPO2 and advanced health monitoring features.

As for display, the GTR Mini boasts a 1.28in HD AMOLED screen with curved glass and an anti-fingerprint coating. And, it is equipped with 5 satellite positioning systems and Amazfit's patented circularly-polarized GPS antenna technology which picks up almost twice as many satellite signals as regular antennas making the watch capable of stronger and more accurate GPS tracking.

The watch comes in three colour variants - Midnight Black, Misty Pink and Ocean Blue at a price of ₹10,999.