A super stylish fitness partner, but should you buy? Here is our verdict

In a market teeming with smartwatch launches from time to time, how do you decide which one to stake your money on? If you’re someone who wants the best of the smartwatch world without having to spend a fortune, the Amazfit GTS 3 fits the bill. While most companies struggle to close the gap and create something within the budget, the makers of Amazfit do it again with their GTS 3 model. Inspired by the Apple Watch of yesteryear, the Amazfit GTS 3 is quite a capable fitness tracker/smartwatch at an average price of Rs 13,999, but should you buy it?

Key specification

To construct – Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy housing

Body – 8.8 millimeters

Weight – 24.4g

To display – AMOLED, 44mm

Compatible – iOS and Android

SE — Integrated Zepp OS and Alexa

Water resistance – 5 ATMs

Shape of the dial — Round

Battery life – Up to 12 days

Connectivity and location — Bluetooth 5.1, GPS

Sensor — Biometric sensor, optical heart rate sensor, blood pressure monitor, stress and sleep level, accelerometer sensor, PAI health assessment

Fitness Features — More than 150 sports modes

Colors – Terra Rosa, graphite black and ivory white

Price – 13,990 rupees


Although the watch is quite similar to its predecessor, it has a new display, updated software and a crown for navigation.

An upgrade to new Zepp OS software and very user-friendly navigation.

The beautiful 1.75-inch AMOLED panel has over 100 watch faces and a bright screen with perfect brightness level and color reproduction.

With an Ultra HD AMOLED display and a screen-to-body ratio of 72.4%, the front glass is tempered for protection and also features an anti-fingerprint coating, making it suitable for everyday use.

Amazfit has an App Store in the Zepp companion app that lets you choose from a plethora of mini apps that you can download and use.

Impressive fitness tracking feature: one hundred percent accurate.

Sleek and lightweight design makes you feel like you’ve put on a fitness tracker. In fact, it’s even quite comfortable to sleep with on your wrist. Yes, that’s how light it is.

The inconvenients

Lack of Bluetooth calling and accessible internal storage.

The crown navigation reminds you of the Apple Watch but isn’t as smooth.

The battery life of the device is claimed to be up to 12 days of use, but in reality when used continuously, it lasts an average of four days.

Sleep tracking isn’t that accurate.

To buy or not to buy

While the smartwatch doesn’t give you the feel of Apple’s watchOS or Google OS ecosystem, it tries to fill the gap in the mid-price range. A value for money in terms of design, software which is however lacking in terms of battery. The Zepp OS experience certainly makes it a better option than other smartwatches in this lineup. The 150+ sports features and collection of mini apps are a highlight. If you’re in the market looking for something sleek, lightweight, and a smartwatch that looks and feels premium, then Amazfit GTS is the one for you.


Design, manufacturing and comfort — 4 stars

Software and performance — 4 stars

Accuracy — 4 stars

Battery life — 3 stars

Posted: Sunday February 27th 2022, 07:00 IST

Comments are closed.