The Amazfit Falcon that we leaked in May has been officially announced by Amazfit with pricing and availability details. It’s a rugged, premium smartwatch with an aerospace-grade TC4 titanium unibody design that Amazfit says “represents the ultimate balance of toughness and class.” Falcon is corrosion resistant and its four control keys are also made of titanium.
Not only that, the Falcon also passed 005 military-grade testing to include MIL-STD 830G certification, and 15ATM (Max176 meters) water resistance, which is a first for Amazfit smartwatches.
Amazfit Falcon is a premium, sturdy smartwatch with a titanium unibody design
Amazfit Falcon running Zepp OS and running 1.20” always-on AMOLED touch screen 499X326 – pixel resolution, pixel density is 314 ppi, brightness up to 1, nits. The screen is covered with sapphire crystal glass with a Mohs hardness scale of 9/, place it under the diamond on the hardness scale. It also has an anti-fingerprint coating to prevent smudging.
Another highlight of the Amazfit Falcon is the support for six satellite positioning systems and dual-frequency GPS (L1 and L5), enabling accurate tracking and consistent signal strength even in dense areas. It also supports real-time GPS tracking of your movements and displays the shortest straight back to the start of your journey when you’re in a hurry.
Amazfit Falcon comes with a range of common health and fitness features, including heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen level measurement, sleep tracking, and stress measurement. In addition, it supports more than 64 Indoor and outdoor sports modes, and automatically recognize eight of them, including pool swimming.
Amazfit lets you keep your Falcon’s screen awake to show exercise data for easy viewing during your workouts. If you want to train in a more professional way, it also lets you connect your smartwatch via Bluetooth To professional exercise equipment such as heart rate belts and cycling power meters.
Speaking of which, Amazfit Falcon comes with AI-powered Zepp Coach ,for Users are provided with tailored guidance to help them train and recover more scientifically. The smartwatch can also sync data with third-party fitness apps, including Google Fit, Apple Health, Relive, Strava, and Adidas’ Running app.
Powering the Falcon is rated at 500 mA. It’s advertised as offering up to two weeks of battery life in typical usage scenarios, and it takes two hours to charge with the bundled 5-pin plug charger.