Which smart watch is worth buying? Huami's Amazfit X concept watch is full of science fiction

Recently, more and more people have begun to pay attention to health and exercise. When exercising, many people hope to see specific exercise data, such as exercise duration, calories burned, heart rate changes, etc., so as to better plan exercise programs. Therefore, smart watches have become the mainstream of current wearable products. Recently, the Amazfit X concept watch under Huami Technology, a well-known smart wearable manufacturer, has been launched on the Youpin platform. With many highlights such as a 3D flexible curved screen and a titanium alloy body, it is released. It has attracted the attention of all parties.

In terms of appearance, the overall design of the Amazfit X concept watch is very simple, and there are no buttons on the body. On the front is a 2.07-inch 3D flexible curved AMOLED screen. The curved arc of the screen reaches 92°, and the finishing arc is very close to the human wrist. This screen has a high-definition retina resolution of 326 ppi and supports 100% NTSC color gamut coverage. The display is not only clear but also rich in color.

Covering the top of the screen is Corning Gorilla’s 3rd generation tempered glass. It is reported that this glass uses the latest 3D hot bending process, through 700 ℃ high temperature heating and 6 hot bending processes, so that the glass reaches a large arc. The finger sliding on it is very smooth, and the operation of the smart watch has become more convenient.

In terms of functionality, the Amazfit X concept watch supports treadmills, indoor fitness, outdoor running, walking, indoor and outdoor cycling, elliptical machines, swimming and other sports detections, and can record speed, heart rate, calorie consumption, etc. during exercise. Series of data, and graphs will be generated based on the data to help users analyze exercise effects.

The Amazfit X concept watch is also equipped with Huami’s new self-developed BioTracker™ 2 PPG wearable bio-tracking optical sensor, which can collect data such as heart rate, blood oxygen, and PAI health evaluation system. Not only can monitor high heart rate 24 hours a day, automatically recognize arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation, but also monitor blood oxygen index and grasp body changes.