Three weeks ago Fitbit announced their new Fitbit Charge 3 featuring a touchscreen display, 15+ goal-based exercise modes, few smart features and up to 7 days of battery life.
Charge 3 is built using an aerospace grade aluminum case and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 display for a slimmer, modern silhouette and increased. The main improvement is the touchscreen OLED display that is nearly 40 percent larger and brighter than its predecessor. Fitbit Charge 3 also comes with an inductive button which enables swimproof design, increased space in the device to add more sensors plus a larger battery, and easy interaction.
Fitbit has also improved the software experience with Charge 3. It comes with improved 24/7 PurePulse heart rate technology for even greater accuracy during exercise compared to Charge 2, and offers a better measure of calorie burn and resting heart rate to optimize workouts and help uncover health trends. Fitbit has also added relative SpO2 sensor to this tracker that allows for the potential to estimate changes in blood oxygen levels and help track new health indicators, like sleep apnea.
The Charge 3 is available today and in stock at major retailers for $149.95 USD. Charge 3 Special Edition with NFC features an exclusive, white silicone sports band with a graphite aluminium case or lavender woven band with a rose gold aluminium case, and offers two looks in one with the inclusion of an additional black classic accessory band in-box. Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition with Fitbit Pay is available for $169.95 USD.
Find it at Amazon here.