All Pop watches are scheduled to be launched in China on December 1. Huami released a teaser poster confirming the arrival of the new wearable device, and also marked the main and design. From the name point of view, Amazfit Pop Pro will be the premium version of Amazfit Pop launched last month. In terms of design, Amazfit Pop Pro looks the same as Amazfit Pop, the leading piece hints at blue-green ribbon options and a square dial.

The Amazfit Pop Pro teaser poster was shared on Huami’s Weibo account. The post confirmed that the smart watch will be launched in China on December 1. AmazfitPop Pro looks like a sporty square dial with a color touch screen display and a silicone strap on the poster. The main specifications and functions of Amazfit Pop Pro are also introduced. It will NFC support and built-in GPS. The latter will prove to be the biggest difference between the upcoming Amazfit Pop Pro and the vanilla Amazfit Pop model.

The poster also hinted that the Amazfir Pop Pro smartwatch weighs only 31 grams and provides PAI (Personal Activity Intelligence) index calculation to help assess the user’s overall health. It is confirmed to have a 1.43-inch OLED display and has more than 60 sports modes to choose from, including running, walking and cycling. The poster made fun of the 24×7 heartbeat monitoring support and the on-board microphone to perform voice commands.

Huami should announce all the specifications, price and sales details of the smartwatch on December 1. The price of Amazfit Pop Pro may be higher than that of China’s 349 yuan (about 3,900 rupees) Amazfit Pop. Huami has not disclosed whether it will bring Amazfit Pop series products to markets outside of China, including India.

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