The Amazfit Bip 3 competes with a couple of smartwatches in the sub-Rs 4000 segment, such as the Noise Colorfit 4 Max, Fire Boltt Ring, among others.
While the Noise and Fire Boltt feature a premium design, Amazfit has opted for a very basic design.
It is hard to tell apart between the Bip 2 and the Bip 3, because the smartwatches look very similar.
Considering the Bip 3 promises upgrades over the Bip 2, it can be safe to say that not much work has been done on that front.
The Bip 3 features a square-shaped case with thick bezels and an even thicker chin
Coming to the display, the Amazfit Bip 3 features a 1.69-inch display with a resolution of 240×280 pixels.
The display is bright and sharp enough even under direct sunlight, it is a TFT screen, so if you want an AMOLED display, you can look for other options.
The Bip 3 also records steps accurately and it even shows you the data of your entire day.
The Bip 3 houses a 280mAh battery, which the company claimed can last up to 14 days.