Xiao­mi has released the Amaz­fit Youth Edi­tion smart watch, which looks sim­i­lar to the Amaz­fit Verge, but works notice­ably longer. Yes, they cost less.

The gad­get turned out to be quite mas­sive, but it only weighs 46 grams. AMOLED dis­play with a diag­o­nal of 1.3 inch­es and a res­o­lu­tion of 360x360 pix­els. And it’s all pack­aged under Goril­la Glass 3.

The man­u­fac­tur­er claims that the screen is cov­ered with a spe­cial pro­tec­tive lay­er that pre­vents fin­ger­prints.

Of the “smart” fea­tures: track­ing dif­fer­ent types of activ­i­ty, heart rate, sleep qual­i­ty and con­tact­less pay­ment for pur­chas­es. If the pulse exceeds the allow­able lim­its, then the user will imme­di­ate­ly know about it through vibra­tion.

Declared sup­port for 11 sports, includ­ing run­ning, cycling, foot­ball, train­ing in the gym and oth­ers. More­over, this gad­get is able to track the own­er’s move­ment using GPS and GLONASS.

The strap is detach­able, so that the user can choose to buy addi­tion­al acces­sories from third-par­ty man­u­fac­tur­ers.

Auton­o­my is also promised high: 20 days of active use with­out GPS, or 40 hours using tech­nol­o­gy.

In Chi­na, Amaz­fit Youth Edi­tion will be sold for $72 or 50 $. [GizChi­na]