Amazfit GTS 2 mini gets Alexa support with latest update

Amazfit GTS 2 mini gets Alexa support with latest update

A few weeks after launching the GTS 2 and GTR 2 in India last year, Amazfit launched the affordable GTS 2 mini smartwatch in the region. The budget-friendly smartwatch featured a square aluminum alloy and plastic case with a 1.55-inch AMOLED display, a host of fitness tracking features, and a built-in microphone to help users interact with Alexa. However, its Alexa-powered smart features weren’t available at the time of launch. Amazfit is now finally rolling out an OTA update for the smartwatch that enables all its Alexa features.

As per a press release from Amazfit, the latest OTA update for the GTS 2 mini has started rolling out to users in India. The update enables a host of voice control features powered by Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa. These include the ability to play music, set an alarm, provide weather forecasts, get traffic updates, and much more. In case you own an Amazfit GTS 2 mini, you’ll need to follow these steps to activate these features:

  • Pair the watch with your phone via Bluetooth
  • Open the Zepp app, click on profile, and select GTS 2 mini
  • Update the firmware to version
  • Once the update is complete, swipe left on the watch home screen
  • Tap on “Authorize Alexa on the device page of the app”
  • Open the Zepp app, tap on profile, and select add accounts
  • Click on “Amazon Alexa”
  • Log in to your Amazon account

Once you’re done, you should be able to issue Alexa voice commands on your GTS 2 mini. The feature should work exactly as it would on an Echo smart speaker. If you’d like to use these features and you don’t own a GTS 2 mini, you can purchase one by following the Amazon link below. The watch is priced at ₹6,999 and it’s available in two colorways — Midnight Black and Flamingo Pink.

    The Amazfit GTS 2 mini is a budget-friendly smartwatch that features a 1.55-inch AMOLED display, a host of fitness features, and Amazon Alexa support.

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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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