- The Amazfit Neo has become official.
- Inspired by traditional electronic watches, the Neo sports a grey display with modern creature comforts.
- The unit is currently available for $40 at China.
On the rear of this Amazfit Band 5’s debut, wearable manufacturer Huami has officially declared the Amazfit Neo. The wearable has emerged on online shops near the end of August, however, the apparatus has received its official send-off from the Chinese business.
Heavily inspired by timeless electronic watches of older with a few contemporary touches, the Neo sports that the 1.2-inch monochrome LCD screen placed in a crochet plastic frame. The always-on display must allow for effortless reading in direct sun but also sports a backlight for studying in darker surroundings.
The display does not support signature inputs, however, which means you are going to need to navigate its own applications with four physical buttons mounted on its flanks. These details probably add to its extended battery lifetime. Huami claims average users will probably see around four months between fees in the 160mAh batterylife. Should you use the watch , that amount could be extended well past per month.
The Neo also is apparently a rather capable physical fitness tracker on newspaper, including around-the-clock heart-rate tracking, action monitoring, sleep monitoring, and 5 ATM water resistance. There is no onboard GPS for enthusiastic runners however, however, the Neo does encourage standard message and call notifications.
The Amazfit Neo is now priced in 279 yuan (~$40) at China but can also be readily available for $49 on Amazfit’s AliExpress shop.
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