New Amazfit Bip U: the most advanced Bip, now with blood oxygen measurement

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Amazfit Bip U featured

Amazfit is a brand whose watches and bracelets are gaining presence in Spain, in fact they recently launched the Band 5 officially. The brand today presented its new smartwatch, the Amazfit Bip U. It is a new model within the Bip range, which was almost completely filtered a couple of weeks ago and is the most complete model in it.

The brand has renewed its range of Bip watches with this model, introducing an important improvement: blood oxygen measurement. Until now, no model in this range had this function, which now this Amazfit Bip U officially releases, without entailing a huge price increase.

Technical characteristics Amazfit Bip U

Amazfit Bip U design


  • screen:
    • Size: 1.43 inches.
    • Technology: TFT LCD.
    • Resolution: 320 x 302 pixels.
    • Anti-fingerprint coating
  • Drums:
    • 230 mAh.
    • 9 days of autonomy.
    • Full charge in two hours.
  • Sensors: BioTracker 2 PPG (heart rate sensor), blood oxygen saturation and 6-axis accelerometer.
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0.
  • Compatibility:
    • Android 5.0 or higher.
    • iOS 10.0 or higher.
  • Waterproof: 5 ATM.
  • straps:
    • Made of silicone.
    • Long: 118 mm
    • Short: 76 mm
  • Others:
    • More than 60 sports modes
    • Sleep monitoring.
    • SpO2.
    • PAI metric.
  • Dimensions: 40.9 x 35.5 x 11.4mm.
  • Weight: 31 grams.

The most advanced Bip model

Amazfit Bip U screen

The Amazfit Bip U maintains the design of previous models of the range, like the Bip S, although this time they leave us with a larger screen, 1.43 inches in size. The brand has used a TFT LCD panel with a resolution of 320 x 302 pixels in it, clearly taking advantage of the front in this model. The use of a larger screen allows a more comfortable use of it, as well as an easier reading of information.

Although it is inside where Amazfit leaves us with many improvements. Since the brand has introduced an improved BioTrack 2 sensor, which is capable of monitoring pulsations as well as the oxygen level in the blood, thus being the first in the range to have this function. Along with these functions, the watch performs the usual activity monitoring functions (counting steps, minutes of activity, calories burned), as well as sleep monitoring. They also leave us with stress and menstrual cycle control, as well as the PAI scoring system, which assesses your physical condition.

Amazfit Bip U specifications

When it comes to doing sports, this Amazfit Bip U has more than 60 sports modes, including swimming, since this watch has a water resistance up to 50 meters deep. In addition, it stands out for being light, weighing just 31 grams, making it especially comfortable when doing sports. Its battery gives us up to 9 days of autonomy, so it can be used without worries on a day-to-day basis. In addition, its battery is fully charged in just two hours.

Amazfit Bip U battery

The watch will also stand out for its customization, since it arrives with more than 50 different spheres From which to choose, in order to change your appearance at all times. On its website there is talk of a Pro model, which would come with GPS included, as well as a geomagnetic sensor, although no data is provided about it.

Price and availability

Amazfit Bip U design

This new Amazfit Bip U has been presented in India officially, the only country in which its launch has been confirmed. For now, nothing is known about its possible launch in Spain, although taking into account that the range of watches and bracelets in the range is gaining presence in Spain, something may be known in a few weeks.

The watch is launched in India with a price of about 70 euros at the current exchange rate. We hope to know soon more about its possible launch in Spain and the price it will have on its launch in our country.

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