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Amazfit has been launching some crazy wearables at aggressive prices and the Verge Lite is the latest release by the brand. Coming in the sub-Rs. 10,000 price segment, Amazfit Verge Lite is a fitness watch that can appeal to lots of people. It is more than just a fitness band but it isn't a full-fledged smartwatch. Don't confuse it with the Amazfit Verge as it is more of a smartwatch with more apps and features. Coming around Rs. 10,000, is it a worthy option to buy?
The Amazfit Verge Lite is not one striking piece and is not very comfortable to wear too. yes, it is light but due to the silicone and polycarbonate wristband, it causes discomfort and feels itchy. You wear it for a few hours and you will feel the discomfort. The body fo the watch also is a polycarbonate-built which feels cheap.
There are a heart rate sensor and pins for charging on the base. On the right, there is a single button that helps in selecting things and take back you to the home screen.
Coming to the display, the watch packs a decent 1.3-inch AMOLED screen. The screen works fine in all lighting conditions and colors reproduction is decent too. As per Amazfit, it has used Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for protection, which is a good thing.
The single button on the right side of the watch is sometimes very confusing to use. Sometimes you can press it to go back to the home screen but when you are using Workout apps, the button will open the details of your ongoing workout. Long-Press lets you end the workout and it will take you some time to get used to this button.
You don't get plenty of apps in this watch and there is no app store for third-party ones too. Although you can track workouts, control music, set alarms, and check notifications on the Amazfit Verge Lite easily. This product is more inclined towards the fitness niche with the full support of notifications. You can not reply to those notifications or answer calls and looking at the price it comes at, that's not a problem at all. You can pair the Verge Lite with both Android and iOS devices.
The Amazefit Verge Lite has a companion app that is very similar to the Mi Smart Band 4's app. The app works fine and you can easily find the data you want to see. There is a lot to polish in the app still but it is not a big complaint.
The Amazfit Verge Lite comes with an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance. It can survive your shower with ease and that too fantastically. Counting steps on the smartwatch are very accurate and it tracks distance very well. The built-in GPS functionality is acceptable and decent. In strength-training sessions, the heart rate sensor and results came out satisfactory. Although the heart rate sensor was a bit slow to react while doing high-intensity interval training (HIIT). It took more time than usual to track heart rate, which is disappointing. The fitness watch supports many sports activities like outdoor run, indoor run, walking, outdoor riding, indoor cycling, treadmill, and other exercises. You get to see some amazing watch faces to customize the watch. the watch supports Bluetooth music, control the music from your smartphone with this feature.
The Amazonfit Verge Lite also features automatic sleep tracking, and it worked decently. It works fair when recording sleep and recorded wake-up times. The device fails to log wake-ups when you wake up in between your sleep. The Amazfit Verge Lite works fairly well when it comes to battery life. You get the same Amazon's Verge battery life in this device, which is 390mAh. It can stay alive for over two weeks on a single charge - even when the notifications were enabled, tracked a few workouts and runs using built-in GPS.
The Amazfit Verge Lite comes at Rs. 6,999 which is very attractive and aggressive seeing the feature it offers. The Verge Lite works very well - from step tracking, distance tracking to battery life - everything is impressive in here. Also, this smartwatch comes with a nice display and waterproofing. That said, there are a few things that can hold you back from buying this device. The Amazfit Verge Lite is not very comfortable to wear for long hours, its vibration is too strong which disturbs you at odd times, and the plasticky feel makes it look cheap. If you are not comfortable these things, you can go for the Amazfit Bip Lite or Amazfit Pace. In that case, you will have to compromise with an inferior display.
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