Amazfit GTR and Amazfit GTS get updated with support for tracking daytime naps

Amazfit GTR and Amazfit GTS get updated with support for tracking daytime naps

A vast majority of smartwatches and fitness bands launched in the last year or so offer a sleep tracking feature that lets users keep a close eye on their sleep schedule. The feature can help you easily track your sleeping pattern and identify any potential disorders that you might need to address. However, most smartwatches and fitness bands don’t include the option to track your sleeping pattern during daytime hours, which leaves a major gap in the collected data for those of you who are fans of siestas or work night time shifts. To address this issue, Chinese wearables manufacturer Huami has now released an update for its Amazfit GTR (review) and Amazfit GTS (review) smartwatches that enables support for tracking daytime naps.


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As per a recent report from TizenHelp, the latest firmware update for the Amazfit GTR and Amazfit GTS brings support for monitoring sporadic naps during the day. According to the firmware update log, the feature will allow users to monitor their sleeping patterns during the day, as long as they sleep for more than 20 minutes. The data collected during daytime naps will now also be added to the deep sleep, light sleep, and time awake information, and it will affect your sleep score in the Amazfit app.

Huami Amazfit GTS Amazfit GTR firmware update

The latest firmware releases, version for the Amazfit GTR and version for the Amazfit GTS, are now rolling out to users in Vietnam. To install the latest firmware, you’ll need to update the Amazfit app to the 4.5.3 release. Once the update is successfully installed, your smartwatch will automatically detect the new firmware and install it. As of now, we have no official information from Huami regarding a wider rollout but we expect the firmware to hit other regions in the coming weeks.

Zepp(formerly Amazfit)
Developer: Huami Inc.
Price: Free

Via: TizenHelp

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Pranob Mehrotra
Pranob Mehrotra

A Literature and Linguistics graduate with a keen interest in everything Android. When not writing about tech, Pranob spends most of his time either playing League of Legends or lurking on Reddit.

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