The Fitbit Charge 5 is now official, following a short unofficial introduction. This fitness tracker is likely to feature a color display with up to seven days of battery life. It will also come with six months of Fitbit premium.
According to Google, the fitness band highly focuses on health features. The band will feature a new Daily Readiness experience, which will help you decide what kind of physical fitness you’re ready for the day. Each day you will get a score based on your fitness fatigue, heart rate variability, and recent sleep.
This fitness band will also help you measure your stress with its Stress Management Score. This feature will help you understand if you need to take a break or not.
This Fitbit band will also allow you to access 300 meditation and mindfulness sessions. Other notable features of this band include skin temperature variation detection, SpO2 reading, and breathing rate.
The Fitbit Charge 5 also allows 24/7 heart rate tracking and an ECG that can help to detect AFib.
The Fitbit Charge 5 comes for $179.95. Pre-orders for the band start today at the company’s website and select global retailers. The band will be available worldwide later this fall.
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