Experience Luxury on a Budget with the Amazfit Active Smartwatch

Amazfit Active

The watch lineup from Amazfit has always been interesting. And so far, the brand has brought out multiple series of smartwatches for different masses. But the mid-range devices didn’t really see much of a refresh lately. Well, that’s where the Amazfit Active steps in.

Now, while the Amazfit Active is a mid-range smartwatch, its looks and features will tell you otherwise. As a matter of fact, the outlook of the smartwatch is pretty similar to the high-end smartwatches that are in the market. And in terms of features, it has all the essentials and more.

Main Highlights of Amazfit Active

Among the Amazfit Active’s main highlights is the 1.75-inch AMOLED screen. This screen has a 450 x 390-pixel resolution and features slim bezels. With a flush and curved design, the watch features an amazing 73% screen-to-body ratio, making it offer a pleasant viewing experience.

Amazfit Active Side button

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On the side, you will find a rectangular dial, which goes pretty well with the squircle shape of the housing. In terms of the build, Amazfit has opted for lightweight materials, making the Active smartwatch weigh only 24 grams without the straps. Also, the smartwatch is ready for all your adventures.

It comes with 5 ATM water resistance. And as the Active smartwatch features a battery life rating of up to 14 days, you don’t need to worry about finding it at 0% when you’re out adventuring outdoors.

health and Fitness features

Besides, Amazfit has added a GNSS module inside the Active smartwatch. It will provide location and GPS services, which is a welcoming feature for a mid-range smartwatch. Also, you will find a heart rate sensor, blood oxygen sensor, and different health and fitness features in the watch.

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Amazfit Active Colors

Regarding the pricing, the Amazfit Active is currently on sale for US$151. You can pick it up in Petal Pink and Midnight Black finishes.

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