Screening can take place for heart arrhythmia and atrial fibrillation, with the smartwatch able to store up to an hour of ECG data locally for seven days.As we say, though, that's not all. The eSIM support means that the Verge 2 is compatible with all of China's major carriers, allowing it to make and take calls independent of a phone.
(An Avengers special edition of the smartwatch will also be available to buy)In terms of specs, the new smartwatches offers a 1.39-inch, 454 x 454 AMOLED display, an IP68 water and dust rating, Bluetooth, GPS and Wi-Fi support, an NFC chip for contactless payments, a microphone and a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2500 chip powering it all. There's also 4GB of internal storage, while the 420mAh battery should, the company say, give you a day of use on a single charge.
The VR Bandwagon. With hundreds upon thousands of people wanting to get their hands on a VR device that was still in development, huge companies, including giants like HTC and Steam, Google, Lionsgate and Samsung, among others, started heavily investing in virtual reality technologies and experiences.
Much like the original, the Verge 2 feature set will have an emphasis on tracking. There's automatic tracking for 10 activities, such as indoor, outdoor and trail running, elliptical, trekking, skipping and more.
And, again, like the predecessor, the new smartwatch will retain its budget price tag. The standard edition will cost roughly 999 RMB (roughly $145), while the ECG version 1299 RMB (roughly $190).Like with the Xiaomi Mi Band 4, the Amazfit Verge 2 will only initially be available in the company's home territory of China, though expect it to launch to the US and Europe before the end of the year.