Amazfit has been offering new wearables this year with the Amazfit Cheetah series of smartwatches and fortunately also provides them with software updates. These not only include major and minor bug fixes, but also new features. According to the manufacturer, the Amazfit Cheetah smartwatches have recently received a new software update that includes significant new functions.
The most important innovation is probably a feature that displays running performance or “mileage” in watts. This display is ultimately an attempt to summarize running performance in one value, which is intended to allow for the comparability of varying levels of exertion. Performance measurement is also now available on Garmin smartwatches; this previously required additional devices.
The Amazfit Cheetah smartwatches can also output music via Bluetooth. The new software update now enables users to choose whether to automatically reconnect to headphones. Basically, users will be able to swap convenience for battery life, so deactivating the function should save some battery.
According to the company, an issue with the auto-pause function has also been fixed. This should now work correctly during trail running activities, as it is not unusual to briefly pause during strenuous, long runs through nature. Furthermore, the cadence assistant should now function correctly and provide reliable information.