Fitbit is back with Charge 4, loaded with new premium end features like Spotify control, Fitbit Pay, app notifications, smart wake, and a SpO2 app to measure your blood oxygen levels. Priced at around Rs 11,000, the fitness tracker smartwatch has a battery life of up to seven days or up to five hours with continuous GPS use.
One needs to no longer take their phones out on a bike ride, hike or run to record their heart rate, distance, and speed, thanks to Fitbit’s built in GPS. Your workout information will be automatically recorded and you can trace it to see your improvement or follow the same routine.
The Charge 4 also debuts with a new fitness metric called Active Zone Minutes, which automatically recognizes when your heart rate is at a heightened level and counts the minutes you are active. Since Active Zone Minutes is based on heart rate, the score is calculated by factoring each person’s height, weight and fitness levels. The feature follows a series of other Fitbit metrics like sleep score and 10,000 daily steps for encouraging wellness.
Available in three splendid colours of mauve, blue, and black, the Fitbit Charge 4 comes with an extended 90-day trial of Fitbit Premium that offers fitness programs, classes, and personalized challenges to help you set and reach your wellness goals.