Fitbit yesterday announced its latest wearables in India. The company announced 3 watches which are Sense, Inspire 2, and Versa 3. These three watches are a pack of several sensors that can help you track your important data to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The company says that the recent COVID-19 outbreak has made it more important for people to take care of their mental and physical health. The company also gives access to the Fitbit premium for its new watches. The company will be depended on both the sensor and the algorithms to offer users meaningful data for a healthy life.
Fitbit Sense is the company’s flagship fitness watch month the three of the watches. The watch comes with an EDA sensor that is used for stress management, which the company declares first for any watch. The sensor in the watch can measure the electrical skin response which is basically checking for tiny electrical changes in the level of sweat from the skin. The watch comes with a large AMOLED display with an ambient light sensor.
The company says that they can use the EDA sensor to offer to the point stress-related data which will help the user manage their stress. The company is also introducing the Stress Management Score which will measure users certain health bar which includes heart rate, sleep patterns, and activities.
The watch also comes with ECG applications which can help to detect heart issues like Cardiac Arrhythmia. The company says that they might changes the new PurePulse 2.0 technology, which uses the in-built heart rate sensor, which is the most advanced technology till now. It will indicate to you whether the heartbeat is slow or fast.
The price of the Sense watch in India is Rs. 34,999. Besides this, Fitbit Sense also comes with a new skin temperature sensor that will detect the early signs of fever or the start of a new menstrual cycle. The watch will keep the regularly detect skin temperature and will keep a log of it. Fitbit wearables can detect things like breathing rate and resting heart rate, which is the early symptoms of COVID-19. Fitbit sense can also detect a users’ SpO2 levels in day and also at night.
Fitbit Inspire 2 is a beneficiary like Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR fitness bands. It is the most affordable fitness smartwatch out of the three watches which the company has launched. The watch comes with a heart rate sensor, activity monitor which can track over 20 goal-based exercises, and has a battery life of 10 days. The Inspire 2 comes with a free 1-year subscription to the Fitbit Premium. The price of the watch in India is Rs. 10,999.
Fitbit Versa 3 is the fitness-focused in the company. The watch comes with in-built GPS, PurePlus 2.0, and a built-in speaker which can help you attend the calls while on the move. The watch comes with support for software agents like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Users can also use the watch for Fitbit Pay to make payments at the selected operators. The feature is right now available in only some of the countries.
Both Sense and Versa 3 use the same magnetic charger and a good battery life of up to 6 days on a full charge. The company says that users can charge for 12 minutes for worth a day of usage. Fitbit watches and the fitness bands both are the competitors of iOS and Android smartphones. The price of the watch in India is Rs. 26,499.