Fitbit Ionic is a $300 fitness smartwatch


Popular fitness wearable maker Fitbit usually launches fitness and activity trackers, but now the company has finally introduced its first real smartwatch to compete with Samsung's Gear line of smartwatch, Apple Watch, and Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches.

Dubbed Ionic it runs home-grown operating system called FitbitOS and includes an App Gallery, that lets users select the apps and clock faces. The App Gallery also offers a range of fitness apps from Fitbit, as well as popular apps like Pandora, Starbucks, Starva and AccuWeather.

The Fitbit Ionic has a 1.4-inch (348 x 250 pixel) rectangular display with up to 1,000 nits of brightness, making it sunlight readable. It offers personalized guidance and on-device dynamic workouts to motivate reach your goals.

The smartwatch features automatic activity & sleep tracking, GPS for outdoor fitness tracking, all-day heart rate tracking, SpO2 sensor (for estimating blood oxygen levels), swim tracking, contactless payment and smart notifications (receive call, text and callender alerts and more). It also has an on-board music player thanks to the 2.5GB of native storage, that can store more than 300 songs.

It is water resistant for up to 50 meters, and promises up to four days of battery life, or up to 10 hours with GPS and music use. The smartwatch will be offered in small and large sizes in Blue Gray band with Silver Gray case, Slate Blue Band with Burnt Orange case and Charcol band with Smoke Gray case.

The Fitbit Ionic is pricedt at$299.95 (Rs. 19,000), and will be available in October 2017.

Ajedux Bey
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Fitbit Ionic is a $300 fitness smartwatch Fitbit Ionic is a $300 fitness smartwatch Reviewed by Ajedux Bey on 8/28/2017 11:30:00 PM
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