Announced at the Unpack 2019 event in February, the Samsung Galaxy Fit and Fit-e have finally gone official. The devices are available for pre-order on several continental European websites.
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The Fit-e is an entry level fitness band comes with a 0.74-inch monochrome PMOLED panel, NFC, 5 ATM water resistance and close to a week’s worth of battery life. It measures 40.2 x 16 mm and weighs a mere 15 grams.
In terms of internal sensors you’ll find a heart rate monitor and accelerometer – the same tech built into the Galaxy Watch Active. The thing will track workouts and will keep tabs on heart rate, sleep, stress and more. Users will also get notifications and a few other smart features.
The fitness bracelet is an updated version of the popular Gear Fit2. It also comes in the form of a more high-spec iteration – the Galaxy Fit. This one retails for €100 (check price on Amazon) and comes with a better screen, more battery life, a gyroscope for more accurate activity tracking and NFC for contactless payments (compare technical specs).
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