Following a leak earlier this month, Amazfit has officially launched its first-ever multi-sports GPS watch called the Falcon. It’s a premium-rugged smartwatch with a new AI-based training coach Zepp Coach. Let’s walk through the specs, features, availability, and expected price of the Amazfit Falcon in Nepal.
Amazfit Falcon Overview:
As a rugged smartwatch, it’s obvious that Amazfit has placed a premium on durability. It has an aircraft-grade TC4 titanium unibody design that is corrosion-resistant and good enough to pass 15 military-grade tests to bag MIL-STD 810G certification.
Adding to the durability is a Sapphire Crystal Glass screen with a Mohs hardness rating of 9/10, which is just below the hardness of a diamond. The display is a 1.28-inch AMOLED touchscreen with a resolution of 416 x 416 pixels. It also has an anti-fingerprint coating to keep fingerprints at bay.
Not to forget, this is Amazfit’s first smartwatch with a 20ATM water-resistance rating. This is more than the 10ATM rating on Apple Watch Ultra, the company’s most expensive watch to date. Moreover, the wearable weighs 64 grams, has four buttons (two on each side), and is only available in Supersonic Black color.
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Professional fitness features
With Falcon, Amazfit introduced its new AI-powered Zepp Coach, which provides tailored guidance to the user based on his/her physical characteristics. Furthermore, it can detect if the user is overtrained and reduce the intensity of scheduled exercise accordingly – or even recommend rest.
The wearable has over 150 indoor and outdoor sports modes, with auto-detect for 8 of them. You can sync your fitness scores and details with third-party apps, such as Google Fit, Apple Health, Relive, Strava, and Adidas’ Running app.
In addition, Amazfit lets you connect the Falcon with professional workout devices like heart belts and cycling power meters via Bluetooth. You can even have the watch screen awake so you can easily check it out during workouts.
For those who work out in gyms, the watch can auto-recognize strength training exercises and keep track of reps, sets, and rest time. Similarly, runners can get professional lap data with the Track Run mode and review their track trajectory in the Zepp App. In addition, the watch has a six satellite position system and dual-band GPS (L1 + L5) for accurate route tracking even in densely populated areas.
Rest of the specs
Keeping everything running is a 500mAh battery inside. With this, the Falcon is said to provide up to two weeks of run time under normal conditions. It takes two hours to charge this thing using the included 5-pin connector.
Furthermore, connectivity options include WLAN 2.4GHz and Bluetooth 5.0 BLE connectivity. You can pair the smartwatch with devices running Android 7.0 and iOS 12.0 and above.
Amazfit Falcon Specifications:
- Body: Titanium unibody design, MIL-STD 810G, 64 grams
- Dimension: 49.45×47.2×12.95mm
- Display: 1.28″ AMOLED, 416 x 416 pixels
- Protection: GTR 4: Sapphire glass, anti-fingerprint coating
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.0 & BLE, 2.4GHz WiFi
- Battery: 500mAh, up to 14 days (typical usage)
- Companion App: Zepp App (Android | iOS)
- Water Resistant: 20ATM (up to 200m)
- Sensors: BioTracker 3.0 PPG optical sensor, Geomagnetic, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Ambient Light, Barometric Altimeter, GPS (Dual-band & 6 satellite positioning systems)
- Health Tracking: 24/7 hour heart rate monitoring, SpO2, Sleep tracking, Stress monitoring
- Sports Modes: 159 (25 strength training & 8 sports movements smart recognition)
- Color: Supersonic Black
Amazfit Falcon Price in Nepal and Availability
As for the pricing, the Falcon retails at an asking price of USD 500 in the US. We expect the price of the Amazfit Falcon to be NPR 80,000, if and when it launches in Nepal.
|Smartwatch||Price in the US||Price in Nepal|
|Amazfit Falcon||USD 500||NPR 80,000|
- Meanwhile, check out our review of the Amazfit GTS 4 and GTR 4.