When it comes to high-quality fitness products, Fitbit is a name that comes to the mind. The company has finally launched its much-leaked Fitbit Versa smartwatch. The smartwatch is priced at $199 in US and ₹19,999 in India. It will go on sale in India in Q3 2018 via online stores and offline stores like Reliance Digital, Croma and others.
Fitbit has also announced several bands for the smartwatch ranging from ₹2,499 to ₹8,999. The Fitbit Versa borrows a lot from the recently acquired pebble brand and comes with an anodized aluminum case. The successor to the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, Versa has a rounded square display which can get bright up to 1,000 nits.
The Versa runs on the latest Fitbit 2.0 operating system which comes with a new female health tracking feature. This new feature will be available to all Fitbit users starting this May. The Fitbit smartwatch is compatible with Android, iOS and Windows devices and comes with 4 days of battery life.
The company claims that it can fully charge in 2 hours and can also be worn while swimming as it is water resistant up to 50 meters. It comes with heart rate sensor for 24/7 heart rate tracking and though it has a built-in GPS, the watch will use GPS information from the connected smartphone.
As it comes with an NFC chip it supports Fitbit pay which not yet available in India. You can store up to 300 songs and the watch comes with a SpO2 sensor, which is used for advanced health tracking. Just like any other Fitbit product it comes with a personal coach and offers 15+ different exercise mode.
Fitbit Versa fills a critical need in the market by delivering a beautifully designed, full-featured smartwatch that is easy to use at a very competitive price, James Park, co-founder and CEO Fitbit commented on the smartwatch. There is also a special edition which is priced at ₹21,999 in India. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for more tech updates.
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