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    Amazfit Launches GTS 4 Mini In Malaysia

    Amazfit, a premium smart wearable hardware brand owned by Zepp Health Corporation (Zepp), launched the Amazfit GTS 4 Mini now in Malaysia with all the signature features packed into a lightweight and compact frame that challenges the limits of size.

    The ultra-slim Amazfit GTS 4 Mini comes with heavyweight power in an aluminium alloy frame weighing in at a mere 31.2 grams while the 70.2% screen-to-body ratio gives more screen. Powered by a 270-milliampere hour battery, the Amazfit GTS 4 Mini can last for 15 days from a single charge.

    Other highlights of this mini smartwatch include a five-satellite positioning system for outdoor activities, 5 ATM water resistance to track water sports and 120+ sports modes. The Amazfit GTS 4 Mini can also recognise seven sports activities and the PeakBeats Workout Status Algorithm monitors post-workout recovery while wearers can assess and compare their previous running performance lap data through the Virtual Pacer. Stress monitoring is included in the health reminders.

    All this data is easily viewed through the Zepp App, which is powered by the Zepp operating system. The Amazfit GTS 4 Mini also has Alexa that can be accessed through the built-in microphone.

    The Amazfit GTS 4 Mini’s soft and skin-friendly silicone band comes in Mint Blue, Flamingo Pink, Midnight Black and Moonlight White. The curved bezel smartwatch allows the wearer to download dozens of watch faces, some are animated, with a matching always-on display or customize it with photos.

    The Amazfit GTS 4 Mini comes with a one-year warranty and will retail at RM399 each.

    A special Shopee launch price of RM379 is good until 22 August 2022, plus those who order will also receive a limited edition Amazfit T-shirt (while supplies last).

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