Browse Latest Android News Regarding Amazfit Smart Scale product page is live; supports up to 16 body health metrics
The Amazfit Smart Scale has been a long time coming. We first reported about the smart scale in August when we spotted it on the Bluetooth SIG website and also found that the Amazfit app has added support for a smart scale. Now, Huami has put up a listing of the Amazit Smart Scale on its site even though it is yet to officially announce it.
The tempered glass top of the Amazfit Smart Scale has an aurora gradient design that should make the scale stand out, though not jarringly, in your home regardless of where you put it. The ABS plastic frame is gray while the top part where the display sits is black. The LCD display is 3.4-inches and should be large enough for users to see the readings clearly.
The smart scale has a high-precision G-shaped sensor that is sensitive enough to detect minor weight changes up to 50 grams. Huami says this means it can detect the change in weight even if you drink just a cup of water. The scale has a weighing range of 5 kg – 180 kg. The product page says the screen can display up to 8 different metrics depending on the user configuration.
The Amazfit Smart Scale measures not only weight but also 15 other body health metrics including body fat range, muscle mass, body water percentage, bone mass, physical age, visceral fat, and body type. It is able to achieve this thanks to its high-precision data processing chip.
Huami says it also has a feature called Calorie Cost that calculates the calories burned every 30 minutes for 18 supported sports. The supported sports include walking, jogging, cycling, swimming, mountain climbing, aerobics, table tennis, rope skipping, taekwondo, and golf. The Calorie Cost feature allows users to formulate a personalized exercise plan for bodybuilding. The feature isn’t available right out of the box but will be added via an OTA update.
The smart scale also has a feature called Balance Ability Analysis that evaluates your body’s skill at supporting movements. An improved balance ability is said to lower the risk of injury while exercising. The feature will be available via an OTA update. Another feature it has is Standing Heart Rate detection which assesses your overall fitness level.
The Amazfit Smart Scale can also be used by pregnant women as there is a feature that allows you to turn off body composition measurement and safely measure weight at zero current. There is also a baby weighing feature that calculates the weight of your baby on your phone when you stand on the scale with the baby in your arms.
The Amazfit Smart Scale connects via Bluetooth 5.0 and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi. It works with the Zepp app and is compatible with devices running Android 5.0 and above and iOS 10 and above. It supports 10 accounts and each account can be used by up to 12 family members. It will identify family members sharing the same account and also has a guest mode whose data gets erased later.
The scale weighs 2.2 kilograms and is powered by four AAA batteries which will not be included in the box. There is no info on a launch date yet but Amazfit has a global event on October 27 and we believe the scale will be announced on that day.
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