Love the Community, 13 Dec 2017Did you know, Nokia managed to program LCD with Always on Display a la Glance Screen. If they ... moreLCD always on, requires the backlight to be always on. It's like having the screen on at all times anyway making a massive drain on battery.
This is no solution. For now, always on technology is best adapted to Oled since only a few pixels are lit.
Have you ever used this watch or just imagining things, the watch has best transflective screen, it reflect sunlight to boost the readability of the screen
Does this support to read documents and zoom in and out function for photos
Such a step back comparing to Huami Amazfit Bip with up to 45 day on a single charge.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2017Why LCD? Everything else is great, but the screen kills it. A watch without always on function... moreDid you know, Nokia managed to program LCD with Always on Display a la Glance Screen. If they can do that, Xiaomi may figure it out on how to do that too..
I read the title as "The Huawei Amazfit 2 is Xiaomi's latest smartwatch offer"
Without holographic display endless battery lifespan smart watch is useless
Why LCD? Everything else is great, but the screen kills it. A watch without always on functionality is kinda pointless. And the resolution is somewhat low. Not terrible, but could be better (around 300 ppi would be nice).
I'd gladly pay a bit more if they made an OLED version.
You can install Android apps so yes you can personalize it. I'm only interested in the healthcare and sports side of the watch and it's beautiful.
Lol trolls incoming. Use glasses with xenon flashlights to watch it and a magnifying glass also ...
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2017don't get fooled by the bright screen in the photos, it is very dim in person.How do you know that? Do you own it already? It was just unveiled.
I'm really disappointed of this review as it says nothing about notifications! Those are a very important aspect of a smartwatch. What notifications does it support out of the box? Can custom notifications be added?
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2017don't get fooled by the bright screen in the photos, it is very dim in person.YES!! That screen is worst than 2010 phone's screen.
I understand that they want to reduce battery consumption.
But that screen is not acceptable at all!
Can someone help me, dose this watch (os) support voice commands ? And if yes, is it good ?
Well, it's good to save the battery as much as possible, is important.
I don't see it as bad, better than the original amazfit. If the sensors and gps are enough accurate and the water test give good results, I'll buy the sapphire version.
The premium version has sapphire glass.. Please do update the content when possible.
don't get fooled by the bright screen in the photos, it is very dim in person.