A few days ago we reported that Huami may soon announce the Amazit GTR 2, Amazfit GTS 2, and a new smartwatch called the Amazfit Neo. It turns out that those are not the only new health-related products we will be getting soon. Huami has also received Bluetooth certification for its very first smart scale which will launch as the Amazfit Smart Scale.
The Amazfit Smart Scale certification page was published on August 5 which is almost two weeks ago. The page says the scale has the model number A2003 and connects via Bluetooth 5.0. Another certification page related to it reveals that it uses a Bluetooth module supplied by Broadcom-owned Beken Corp.
We also found out that (not entirely sure if it has always been there) that the Amazfit app now has the option for adding a smart scale even though the product is yet to launch. If you select the option, it displays the interface on the left and tells you to step on it to pair.
We are pretty excited that Amazfit is planning to add a smart scale to its lineup even though it is a little late compared to Xiaomi, Huawei, and Honor who all have smart scales already. However, as they say, better late than never.
Until we have more details, we can’t say if the Amazfit Smart Scale will track just weight and BMI or will be able to measure other features too such as muscle mass, body fat, visceral fat, bone density, etc.
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