Amazfit has started a trade-in programme for local clients to expand its company there. When its flagship smartwatches are out, Amazfit will be able to immediately reach out to more customers thanks to the programme.
Amazfit will take advantage of its expanding customer base in the United States and leverage its existing first-party and third-party sales networks. The GTS 4 and GTR, two of the newest models from Amazfit, are compatible with the programme.
The trade-in scheme is comparable to what Apple, Samsung, and other companies already provide in the US. More updates can be found at satiknews.com.
The prospective customer must already own a smartwatch that can be traded in for the new one for a charge. The older Amazfit watches that are still eligible are those from the GT Series, Bip Series, and first-generation T-Rex models. Apple, Samsung, Garmin, Fitbit, and Fossil are further brands that accept trade-ins. For the latest news, follow us on Google News
Through the sales page for first-party transactions, the new service is accessible. On the other side, the trade-in value of the smartwatch that was exchanged can be relatively low. An Apple Watch model in good condition might sell for as little as $70, giving the buyer the chance to purchase a newer Amazfit device.
Additionally, it is collaborating with Adidas to enable device syncing with the Running app via Zepp. This will be a part of a subsequent update. In the US, the trade-in promotion will run through October 7.