Amazfit T-Rex Pro 2 and Amazfit Vienna specs, renders surface

Amazfit is preparing to release a follow-up to its T-Rex Pro, and we have some exclusive images and specs from an unnamed source, first spotted by GSMarena. This is the first appearance of the Amazfit Vienna, which will be called a “premium” rugged watch because it has titanium parts and a sapphire glass screen. The T-Rex Pro 2 is also there.

The T-Rex Pro 2 features a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a 454x454px resolution and even a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits. The device comes with a 10 ATM rating and military-grade toughness with 15 MIL-STD-810G certifications to keep it credible in its sturdily built essence.

The Amazfit T-Rex Pro 2 has a ruggedized plastic build and then a silicone strap, similar to the T-Rex Pro and the original T-Rex. Amazfit is incorporating several new colours this time around, including Astro Black and Gold, Wild Green, and Desert Khaki, in addition to the classic black colour option.

Amazfit is indeed releasing an updated BioTracker 3.0 PPG biometric sensor for measuring heart rate and blood oxygen levels. Users will be able to monitor over 150+ sports modes, along with sleep and stress levels, with PAI scores. In addition, the watch has an accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer, geomagnetic sensor, and ambient light sensor. For connectivity, the watch also includes dual-band GPS and Bluetooth 5.0. The device will feature a 500mAh battery and is evaluated for up to 24 days of mixed usage as well as 10 days of high usage. The watch will have 32MB of RAM and 512MB of internal storage.

With the more luxurious titanium as well as sapphire glass design, the Amazfit Vienna is a step well above the T-Rex Pro 2. The watch has a 1.28-inch AMOLED display with 416x416px resolution and 1000nit peak brightness, as well as the same health and sports tracking aspects as the T-Rex Pro 2. Alas, the watch will not be able to make independent calls since it appears to lack eSIM capabilities.

Amazfit Vienna seems to have a waterproof rating of 20ATM, allowing it to be worn during high-speed water sporting events. The watch also has 32MB of RAM and 4GB of storage. You get the same sensor assemblage as the T-Rex Pro 2, as well as dual-band GPS and Bluetooth 5.0 communication. The watch could indeed run for up to 14 days on a single charge and is powered by a 500 mAh battery cell. Both new Amazfit watches are supposed to be announced this summer. Pricing information were not yet specified.