Amazfit X review - GSMArena.com news
Last month we received the Amazfit X and after spending a lot of quality time with the futuristic-looking wearable we are ready to share what's good about it and what rubbed us the wrong way.
The uniqueness of the X comes from an extra-tall screen that curves around your wrist, offering a lot of room for text, while also looking much better than any of its rivals. It was initially available at Indiegogo for just over $150, but its retail price is supposed to be $329, although now that all units available through the platform are gone it's unclear how much Amazfit will charge for it.
The Amazfit X ships in a large, round box that's even looking impressive on the outside. Inside is the proprietary charger, a fancy stand and spare half wristband.
This is to say you only replace the lower half of the band with a shorter one to ensure better fit on slimmer wrists. The top part is the one with the buckle and is mounted with a Philips screw, clearly made to stay there.
Although the proprietary charger is not an ideal solution, its stand makes the whole thing look futuristic even when charging. You can also dismantle it and use it separately when you're away from home.
Amazfit X charger with and without stand
The Amazfit X is advertised and sold as a smartwatch even if it has the form factor of a smart band - it is relatively narrow and ever so slightly wider than ...
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