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Amazfit GTR gets screen timeout for Always-On Display

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The Amazfit GTR smartwatch is receiving a new software update that lets you set a timeout on the Always-On Display, which should help conserve battery.

Amazfit GTR gets screen timeout for Always-On Display with new update

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Additionally, the new firmware, sporting version number V1.3.5.32, fixes the black screen problem and extends the alarm ring time to 30 seconds. Besides, it brings a reminder that will pop-up when the AGPS expires.

Amazfit GTR gets screen timeout for Always-On Display with new update

This update is currently seeding in Malaysia and should expand to other regions soon. You can download it by heading to the Settings > Check for update menu in the Amazfit app.


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