She looks like a “three”, but is much better equipped than her older sister. Fitbit Charge 4 saw the light of day and many people might like what they see. First of all, this little baby will finally make you independent from your smartphone!
We have one more good news. Well, we have also learned that right after the holidays – on April 15 there will be an Indian version of the Fitbit mobile application and the Charge 4 band will be the first device from California available in our language.
And if you want to find out more about it and find out the answer to the question of why we were counting on such a band, then read on – below you will find the original news from a week ago.
Original news, 31 March 2020: In terms of style, this manufacturer’s fitness bands have always represented a high level, so we were pleased to welcome the news that Fitbit Charge 4 will look just like its predecessor.
Of course, a simple copy would have made no sense, so the Californians have made some innovations and changes that are not visible at first glance, but which effectively increase our interest.
Fitbit Charge 4 has a built-in GPS. How else is it different from Charge 3?
First of all, Fitbit Charge 4 has a built-in GPS – so we won’t have to rely on a smartphone module.
If we want, we can go on trips or training without a mobile phone – the wristband will measure our pace and distance by itself, and then show us a detailed summary.
Another novelty is the Active Zone Minutes feature to help us understand the different forms of activity and how they contribute to improving overall health.
The “Smart Alarm Clock”, which uses machine learning to wake us up at the optimum moment, the SpO2 sensor and the Spotify application, which will control music from the wrist, are the next new features on the list.
Finally, the NFC module that allows for the execution of transactions through Fitbit Pay will also become a standard (the “three” also offered this, but only in the Special Edition).
What else will the Fitbit Charge 4 intelligent fitness wristband offer?
Fitbit Charge 4 will naturally also accurately monitor our activity – whether we’re running, cycling, doing yoga, gym or swimming (because – yes – it’s waterproof, up to 50m deep).
Reminder of movement, sleep tracking, 24-hour pulse measurement, stopwatch and timer, calendar and smartphone notifications complete the list of functions of this wristband, which according to the manufacturer will last 7 days on one charge.
And how much will we pay for it? The price of the Fitbit Charge 4 is 149.95 euros. Pre-orders are currently being accepted and the market debut will take place on 13 April.