Huami’s Amazfit today introduced T-Rex smartwatch and Amazfit HomeStudio treadmill paired with a smart mirror. Along with that, the company has also launched a couple of true-wireless earbuds are promised earlier.
The company has today launched Amazfit PowerBuds and Amazfit ZenBuds. The company says that PowerBuds comes with a built-in heart rate sensor to monitor your heart rate during workout while ZenBuds will help you to get a good sleep.
This earbuds weighs just 6 grams and comes with a magnetic ear hooks (weigh 1 gram) to provide a more sporty look and stop them from falling out during workouts. As mentioned, the highlight is that it can monitor your heart rate in real-time with a built-in Huami PPG heart rate sensor.
They are equipped with an advanced composite diaphragm that offers a high-fidelity audio experience. The in-ear design and Motion Beat mode will offer enhanced beat and tempo. Each earbud supports touch controls for controlling playback, answer calls, and call upon Google Assistant or Siri.
It also comes with support for ENC dual-microphone noise reduction technology and Thru Mode for ambient sound enhancement. As per the company, the Amazfit PowerBuds iffers an 8-hour battery life on a single charge, which can be extended to up to 24 hours using the charging case. They are priced at $99.99 and will become available in February 2020.
Amazfit ZenBuds are designed to help you de-stress and have a good night’s sleep. It comes with a noise-blocking design (still fit snugly in your ears) and are backed by Knowles Balanced Armature.
It features Smart Interference to create the “right environment and generate sleep-inducing, soothing sounds” to help you sleep better. It also wakes you up with a gradually-rising personal alarm.
The device automatically detects when you are asleep to turn off the sounds, along with heart rate tracking, body position, and movement data collection. As for the battery life, the company claims that ZenBuds offer 12-hours of battery backup on a single charge but you can extend it to 8 nights with the charging case. This includes 12 hours every night – with three hours of music playback, followed by sleep tracking.
Amazit has not yet announced pricing and availability details for the ZenBuds. However, we expect them to be available in the market sometime later this year.