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Amazfit GTS 3 vs. GTS 2: Should you get the newer model?

Amazfit GTS 3 $179.99 at Amazon The Amazfit GTS 3 maintained almost all of the GTS 2's positive aspects save one: the speaker. Still, you get a larger display, better battery life, and more sporting modes as opposed to the Amazfit GTS 2. + Vivid 1.75-inch AMOLED panel + Loads of health and wellness features + Alexa built-in + Newer Bluetooth 5.1 LE + Improved battery life + 5 ATM water-resistance - No speaker - Lacks third-party app support - No NFC Amazfit GTS 2 $180 at Amazon The older Amazfit GTS 2 still costs the same as its older sibling, even though it has poorer battery life and a smaller display. It does however have a speaker, along with Alexa onboard, the same robust waterproofing, and plenty of health and wellness features. + Bright 1.65-inch AMOLED display + Supports Alexa + Plenty of health and wellness modes + Speaker onboard

The Fitbit Versa 3 is Still a Great Smartwatch

With Google’s purchase of Fitbit, it seems like we’re coming closer and closer to finally seeing a purely Google-branded wearable, especially if you factor in the continuous rumors of the upcoming “  Pixel  Watch.” In the meantime though, the closest we have right now to an “official” Google wearable is Fitbit’s line-up of smartwatches (aside from WearOS devices, but I digress) and fitness trackers. If you’re looking to get one for yourself, then the Fitbit Versa 3 strikes the perfect balance of functionality and price, especially if you’re upgrading from a more basic fitness tracker. Here are some reasons to check it out! Sturdy Build & Impressive Design Let’s take a quick moment to talk about the design on the Versa 3. It retains the basic look of the earlier Fitbit Versa models, but has a more rounded look to it, resulting in a refined appearance. One major change compared to older Versa models is that instead of a physical control button on the side, Fitbit has decided to equip