If value for money is your aim, then the Amazfit Bip U Pro is the best it gets. The 1.43-inch screen and case materials are the key downgrade on the GTS Mini (above), as it uses a TFT display over AMOLED. The result is a dimmer, duller and more pixelated affair.
Aside from the screen and materials you get same health features as the GTS range. It’s a decent sleep and step tracker, and the Pro version has Alexa and GPS built in. If neither of those interest you, you can save even more money by opting for the standard Bip U.
Like the GTS range you still get stress tracking, SpO2 and heart rate monitoring. Amazfit seems extremely reluctant to hold back key features on its budget devices, which begs the question ‘why pay more?’
In our in-depth review we were impressed by the value for money and performance of the Bip U Pro – the general feeling of cheapness is the only reason to opt for the more premium GTS 2 Mini.