Wearables manufacturer, which now belongs to Google Fitbit Introduced a new fitness tracker. Fitbit Charge 6 It comes with many innovations and brings back a popular feature.
Fitbit Charge 6: Top features at a glance
- The physical button returns
- Google Maps support
- Google Wallet support
- Better pulse sensor
The new features are a little more detailed
Perhaps the most notable thing about the new tracker is the fact that Google decided to bring back the physical button. The goal is to accommodate users who want exactly that desired You have, says Google. The move was preceded by numerous complaints about illogical touchscreen navigation on the Charge 5.
The Charge 6 gets native support for Google apps. This is how you can Navigation instructions from maps For example, send it directly to the watch. You can cross Google wallet You can also pay directly by the hour via NFC.
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Accurate pulse sensor
According to Google, the Charge 6 will be the best yet The most accurate pulse sensor All Fitbit devices. The watch can send the measured pulse to other fitness devices via Bluetooth. This can be practical if you have one Smart coaches Or one Bicycle computer Uses.
It is measured and recorded Heart ratethe Heart rate variability (HRV), and Respiratory rate Which are derived from multiple data Stress levels. Global Positioning System It is integrated, as is the recording of more 40 Different sports Beside Sleeps.
Premium features via subscription
If you want to use all the functions of a tracker, you need one Fitbit Premium Account. This costs €9 per month or €80 per year. Anyone who purchases the new tracker gets at least 6 months of free premium access. You can also get a month YouTube Music Premium Free.
Fitbit Charge 6 closed October 12 Available and costs 159.95 euros. This means that it costs the same as a current smartwatch Fitbit Versa 4 (160 euros on Amazon).
Early Fitbit adopters should note that they will be required to get one in the future Google account You must have to continue using the Service.
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