Yesterday the Amazfit Bip U was officially presented, the new Huami watch, which we hope will soon arrive in Spain. The brand plans to expand its product range soon, because a promotional video has been leaked showing what will be the next model in the Bip range: the Amazfit Pop, although it could be Bip Pop.
This leaked promotional video allows us this Amazfit Pop with clarity and you can see that it is identical to the Beep U presented yesterday, which could mean that the brand will launch it under a different name in other markets. In addition to its design, some of its specifications have been revealed.
New Amazfit Bip U: the most advanced Bip, now with blood oxygen measurementThe Amazfit Bip U is the new smartwatch from Huami, the most advanced model within the Bip range, which now has blood oxygen measurement.
This is the Amazfit Pop
According to this video, Amazfit Pop will be presented on October 21 in China. Yesterday’s model was presented in India, so the idea that it is the same smartwatch, with a different name, is not so far-fetched, although there is currently no official confirmation from the brand.
This new watch would arrive with a 1.43-inch color screen with HD resolution. In addition, it would be possible to personalize your screen thanks to the presence of 50 different spheres. One of the great novelties in this new watch is the presence of an NFC chip, so that it is possible to make payments with it. The presence of this NFC chip could be an indicator that the watch will only be launched in China.
Other details shown in the video mention that this Amazfit Pop can be submerged up to 50 meters and it has more than 60 sports modes, so that it records our activity at all times, in addition to being able to monitor sleep and blood oxygen level. Its battery has an autonomy of up to 9 days and will be very light, weighing 31 grams. All specifications that we have seen in the Bip U presented yesterday.
On October 21 we can get out of doubt about this brand new watch. For now, everything suggests that Huami is renaming his watch for the Chinese market, in addition to adding an NFC chip. In less than a week we will know everything about this Amazfit Pop.
The entry The Amazfit Pop is shown in full on video and is identical to the Bip U that appears first in The Free Android.