Amazfit has launched a pair of affordable smartwatches for the Malaysian market, the Bip 3 and Bip 3 Pro. Both models are roughly the same except for the difference in colour options as well as the presence of a built-in GPS which is exclusive to the Pro variant.
Both watches sport a large square 1.69-inch LCD display paired with a silicone strap and a single home button on the side. The screen is protected with 2.5D tempered glass and has an anti-fingerprint coating. The regular Bip 3 comes in black, pink, and blue while the Pro comes in black, pink, and cream.
The watches are water-resistant up to 5 ATM, so the company assures that they can be worn while swimming and can even track your swimming data. Speaking of data tracking, the watches are capable of tracking over 60 types of exercise routines including indoor and outdoor walking, running, cycling, strength training, yoga, and free training, with tools such as Target Pace to assist your workouts.
The Bip 3 Pro has five satellite positioning systems for tracking your movements outdoors and Amazfit claims that both watches have between seven to 14 days of battery life, depending on usage. As for customisation, the watches come with over 50 watch faces and users can also personalise their own watch face using the companion Zepp app.
The watches are capable of displaying your incoming calls and messages, controlling your music, showing the weather, and acting as a camera shutter button. They also have an array of health features such as heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, blood-oxygen saturation (SpO2) measuring, and menstrual cycle tracking.
The base Bip 3 is being sold for RM199 while the GPS-equipped Bip 3 Pro carries a slightly higher price tag of RM249. The Bip 3 can be purchased now on Amazfit’s Shopee page but as of writing, the Pro watch can only be pre-ordered.