Fitbit Charge 4 might look like Fitbit Charge 3 but it comes with new features that might help bridge the gap between smart-watch and fitness tracker. Sure there is some difference between the two, but the basics remain the same.
Fitbit Charge 4 Design
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The Fitbit Charge 4 has 30% more OLED display than Charge 3. This makes it a lot more easier to read. The touchscreen is of a good quality and displays greyscale colours. It has a similar silicon strap as Charge 3. The backlit OLED is visible even in sunlight. The Fitbit Charge 4 charges using a USB cable which is connected to the watch via a large clip.
- The Fitbit Charge 4 is slim and light. It measures 35.8mm x 22.7mm x 12.5mm. It saves detailed activity for the past week and the total calories burned in the last 30 days.
- The Fitbit Charge 4 has an in-built optical sensor which constantly measures the heart rate while working out. Rest of the time it measures the heart rate every five seconds. It also comes with a built-in GPS.
- NFC also allows us to make payments using the Fitbit Pay. You can also use Spotify app on your phone using Bluetooth.
- It is water resistant till a depth of 50 meters. This makes it suitable for swimming.
Fitbit Mobile app comes with a special update for Charge 4. everything in the app is easily accessible through large tiles.
The Fitbit Charge 4 is a good evolution compared to its predecessor. Though the colour screen is a drawback, but it still allows a good battery life. The accompanying app is also a good addition. This guides us to better everyday habits which is helpful if you are new to exercise.