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Amazfit vs Fitbit: How They Compare!

Here is an Amazfit vs Fitbit comparison. The table should help you to compare the two exercise monitors quickly and easily.

Amazfit and Fitbit Comparison Table:

Display and DesignCircular, 1.65” AMOLEDRectangular, 1.58” OLED
Available ModelsAmazfit GTS, GTS 2, GTS 2e GTR, GTS 2 mini e.tcFitbit Charge 2, Charge 3, Charge 4, Charge 5, Sense, Inspire, Inspire 2, Inspire HR, Alt, Blaze, Ionic e.tc
Battery LifeFrom 14 to 15 daysFrom 6 to 10 days
SensorsGPS, 6-axis accelerometer, SpO2, Heart Rate Sensor, 6-axis accelerometer, air pressure sensor, ambient lightAmbient light, heart rate sensor, 3-axis accelerometer, gyro,
Water Resistance50 meters50 meters
Companion AppZepp AppFitbit App
Calls & TextsYesYes

Amazfit vs Fitbit – Display and Design (Fitbit Sense and Amazfit GTS 2)

Amazfit GTS 2 has a circular face, it closely looks like the Apple Watch. Its AMOLED display measures 1.65 inches, is a touchscreen and is very sensitive to touch.

Fitbit Sense on the other hand we have the Fitbit Sense with a rectangular display that is OLED and 1.58 inches. It is also a touchscreen and responds promptly to touch.

Amazfit vs Fitbit – Sensor

Like Fitbit, the Amazfit starts to make different fitness bands models. The watch introduces to us the Amazfit band 5 which comes at an affordable price.

Other models by Amazfit include Amazfit GTS 2, Amazon GTR 2, Amazfit GTS 2e, and Amazon GTS 2 mini.

GTR 2 ad GTS 2 are also cheaper options and they look stylish. Fitbit on the other hand equips the same features as Fitbit Sense and Fitbit Versa 3.

Fitbit smartwatches like Fitbit Versa 3 and Fitbit Sense introduce heart rate sensors and onboard GPS for heart and location tracking respectively.

The ambient light sensor on both Fitbit and Amazfit monitors the amount of ambient light present on the display and appropriately dims the screen to match.

Fitbit Versa 2, Fitbit Charge 5, Fitbit Versa Lite, and Fitbit Sense are examples of Fitbit watches with ambient light sensors.

While Amazfit GTS mini, Amazfit Bip S Lite, XIAOMI Amazfit GTS 2, Amazon GTS, and Amazfit GTR 2 are examples of Amazfit watches with ambient sensors.

Fitbit watches including, Fitbit Charge 3, Charge 2, Ionic, and Blaze come with 3-axis accelerometers while Amazfit comes with a 6-axis accelerometer.

Amazfit bands also come with air pressure sensors a feature you will not find on any Fitbit smartwatch.

Amazfit and Fitbit both come with a SpO2 sensor. SpO2 sensors are necessary on smartwatches because they help determine the amount of oxygen saturation in the blood.

Amazfit vs Fitbit – Location Monitoring

The same applies to Amazfit smartwatches. You will love smartwatches that feature built-in GPS trackers because they save you the time of carrying your phone along while exercising.

The onboard GPS sensor feature also qualifies these watches to be the ultimate choice for cycling, walking, and running.

Amazfit vs Fitbit – Water Resistance Rating

Amazfit and Fitbit watches are waterproof up to 5 ATMs, this means both of the smartwatches can be submerged 50 meters into water and not get water damaged.

If you like spending time at the beach or swimming pool either of the smartwatches can be worth buying.

The Amazfit GTS 2, and Amazfit GTS 2 mini are good to perfect examples of Swimproof Amazfit smartwatches that will survive the pool.

On the other hand, Fitbit Versa 3 and Fitbit Sense are good Fitbit activity watches that will be good for swimming and hitting the shower.

Amazfit smartwatches can monitor swimming actions and open water swimming something Fitbit cannot do.

Amazfit vs Fitbit – Battery Life

The ability to keep a charge for a long time is also what we consider while shopping for a smartwatch. If you are for a Fitbit watch you may want to consider the Fitbit Inspire 2.

It is the newest Fitbit model that can keep charging for long, up to 10 days. The reason for such an impressive battery life is that the watch is built on Fitbit Inspire, and Fitbit Inspire HR.

You also consider Fitbit Charge 4 but it keeps charge 5 days less than Fitbit Inspire.

On the other hand, you can have the Huami Amazfit GTS or Amazfit GTR which has an estimated battery life of up to 14 days (2 weeks).

The battery is estimated 220mAh. Amazfit Band 5 adds a day on what the Amazfit GTS and GTR offer, up to 15 days of service.

Amazfit vs Fitbit – How good are Companion Apps for Amazfit and Fitbit

Amazfit and Fitbit are both super watches that use companion apps. The companion apps link to these super to give users deeper information concerning their health.

Both activity trackers come with robust applications that are easy to use hence letting the user get more out of the tracker.

Fitbit watches use the Fitbit App as the companion app. The app is compatible with both Android and iOS devices and thus, available on Google Play and Apple Store.  

In case your phone is out of charge or is away, you can access Fitbit via the web. Fitbit app also lets you download apps to your Fitbit watch.

If you want deeper insights on your workout and general health you can subscribe to Fitbit Premium which is at a fee.  

Talking of Amazfit, the smartwatch uses the Zepp app to provide users with an overview of their workout progress each day.

Users can use the app manually so that they don’t get to miss out on important data.

Health data, sleep data, and workout data are some of the wellness data you will find on the app.

Like the Fitbit app, the Zepp app is compatible with both iOS and Android devices hence available on Apple and Google Play Store.

Pros for Amazfit

  • Fitbit Inspire 2 keeps charge for up to 10 which is long enough.
  • Most of the Fitbit smartwatches come with built-in GPS for location tracking, a good example is Fitbit Sense.
  • It supports both Android and iOS devices.
  • Most Fitbit models take less time to charge to the mark, 1 to 2 hours.

Cons for Amazfit

  • A number of models are a bit pricey for the majority.
  • Unlike the Amazfit, there are no air pressure sensors.

Pros for Fitbit

  • Comes with the best battery life of 14 to 15 days of service on a complete charge.
  • They come at fair prices.
  • Support both Apple and Android devices.
  • Features and onboard

Cons for Fitbit

  • Takes a bit longer to charge compared to Fitbit watches.

Amazfit vs Fitbit – Which Smartwatch is Worth Buying?

We would prefer the Amazfit activity trackers which are one of Fitbit competitors and a cheap Fitbit alternative too for experiences that are more polished.

Whoever, super watches from both brands are accurate in data, feel comfortable, look stylish around the wrist, and last long.

The much you are willing to spend is also where the last choice comes down to.

Also, get to know how Garmin compares to Fitbit

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