Amazfit is making its debut. Last year we knew the Amazfit T-Rex, an all-terrain beast with military resistance. Its successor is the T-Rex 2, a model that promises to work in extreme temperatures and adds GPS as a star function. We tell you all the features and specifications of the new model.

Amazfit T-Rex 2 technical specifications

Amazfit T-Rex 2
Dimensions and Weight47.1 x 47.1 x 13.65 mm
66,5 grams
MaterialPolymer
Screen1.39-inch AMOLED
Resolution 454 x 454 pixels
Gorilla Glass Anti-
fingerprint layer
Strap Size22 mm
ConnectivityGPS+GLONASS
Bluetooth 5.0
SensorsBioTracker
Three-axis
accelerometer Geomagnetic
sensor Ambient light sensor
Resistance10 ATM
MIL-STD-810G
Battery500mAh
wireless charging
Price$229

Born for the most radical users

Amazfit T-Rex 2

The T-Rex 2 is Amazfit’s toughest approach in the world of smartwatches. The GPS of this T-Rex 2 combines a dual-band system and five satellites, so it can be used outdoors with high precision. It also improves its water resistance, which is now 10 ATM.

The battery life has also improved considerably, from 390mAh to 500mAh. This generation promises that it is capable of operating for 24 days, despite having a larger screen size and resolution. It does, however, once again feature AMOLED technology.

Regarding sports and health monitoring, we are talking about more than 150 sports modes, with new sports such as fishing, triathlon, hunting, and surfing. It is designed to withstand temperatures between -40 and 70 degrees Celsius, so it supports extreme weather conditions, no matter what sport we practice.

In addition to the sports modes, it tracks 24h heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, and stress measurement. It can even measure respiratory rate, something especially relevant in a device so oriented to extreme sports.

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Amazfit T-Rex 2: an all-terrain wat...
Amazfit T-Rex 2: an all-terrain watch with an autonomy of a month
Price and availability of the Amazfit T-Rex 2

This watch goes on sale today on the official Amazfit website, for $229. That’s almost $100 more compared to the T-Rex, but we are getting a device with a more ambitious battery, better display, more sports modes, and the promise of being one of the leaders in the world of all-terrain watches.

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