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- Body: Plastic frame, Gorilla Glass 3 Front + AF coating, soft rubber 20mm strap; 18g weight of the body, 32g with the strap
- Display: 1.28 inches, 176 x 176 pixels, Transflective color display, 2.5D glass
- OS: Proprietary, no third-party app support; Compatible with Android 4.4, iOS 8 and above
- Internals: Mediatek chipset, PPG heart rate sensor, triaxial acceleration sensor, geomagnetic sensor, barometric pressure sensor
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0 BLE, GPS + GLONASS dual mode positioning
- Battery: 190mAh non-removable
A key feature of smart wearables being sleep tracking, I’m pleased to report that you can easily sleep with the Bip. It is very low-profile and sits incredibly flush on the wrist. In contrast, my Gear S3 is not only heavy and metal, but also twice as thick. Definitely uncomfortable to take to bed. The strap on the Bip is also very soft and nice to the touch. Surprisingly more so than the Gear S3, as well as the one I had on the Huawei Watch. And just as those two it is a standard strap (20mm), which you could easily replace if you see fit.
The center point of the Amazfit Bip, has to be the 1.28-inch LCD. Its shape and form remind me a lot of the very first smartwatch I owned – the Sony Ericsson LiveView MN800. It was a lot thicker and bulkier, but also surprisingly functional and advanced for its time. It was in color and even though it only had a touch-sensitive frame, instead of a proper touchscreen, it had third-party app support and a surprisingly diverse selection of apps. I actually held onto it until its unsupported Android companion app became really obsolete. But, it does still work. Sorry, got a little sidetracked there.