Xiaomi introduced the Amazfit Smart Sports Watch 3 at the end of August earlier this year and later went on sale in early September. And now the company has prepared a special version of the Xiaomi Amazfit Smart Sports Watch 3 model – in the style of Star Wars edition.
The smartwatch will go on sale on December 19 in China – at the same time as the start of the Star Wars: Skywalker movie release. Concluding the story of the Skywalker family. All the innovations that distinguish the special version are implemented in its appearance and design of the dial, rest there are no differences from the usual Smart Sports Watch 3.
The Xiaomi Amazfit Smart Sports Watch 3 Star Wars edition is expected to hit the shelves on launch day. The price of the new product will be $229.
The Amazfit Sports Watch 3 has dual processors and dual operating systems. One chip and operating system for professional sports mode and another chip and operating system for normal smartwatch mode. Xiaomi says there is a small amount of waiting time when switching between operating systems and that ultra mode features will improve with future updates.
It has 512 MB of LPDDR3 RAM and 4 GB of eMMC internal storage, although only 1.9 GB is available on the device. A built-in music player is also available to store songs and play them through Bluetooth headphones. The watch can track a total of 19 different sport modes. It also has FIRST BEAT support. It is also compatible with maximum VO2 measurement and has a BioTracker PPG heart rate sensor with 24-hour monitoring.
The Xiaomi Amazfit Smart Sports Watch 3 Star Wars edition has a 300 mAh battery and takes 2 hours to charge. In Smart Mode, the watch will last 7 days on a single charge, while in Ultra Mode it will last 14 days. The GPS mode will last up to 35 hours with high precision, 45 hours with moderate precision and 70 hours in GPS energy-saving mode. Users can choose between three navigation combinations: GPS + Beidou, GPS + GLONASS or GPS + Galileo. It is also NFC with support for AliPay and bus and subway payments in China (12 cards, 255 cities).
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