Fitbit Launches Charge 4 With GPS, Heart Activity Tracking, Sleep Tools, Spotify and More

Fitbit Charge 4
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Fitbit has announced Charge 4, its most advanced health & fitness tracker with built-in GPS, heart rate tracker, SpO2, active zone minutes, Spotify, Sleep tools, Fitbit Pay and more.

Paired with essential smart features and up to seven days of battery life in a sleek, swimproof design – the Charge 4 comes at an approachable price.

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“Our mission has always been to help people around the world get healthier. In today’s extraordinary times, that mission is more important than ever, but we realize how hard it is to focus on your health and wellness. However, staying active, eating well and getting enough sleep can help reduce stress and boost immunity,” said James Park, CEO and co-founder. “To help support our users, we’re offering a free trial of Fitbit Premium and added content so our users have the right tools at home to help them stay healthy.”

Active Zone Minutes

Fitbit’s latest innovation Active Zone Minutes is a new personalized standard based on your resting heart rate and age that tracks any workout that gets your heart pumping, from indoor biking to yoga, measuring the time you spend in each heart rate zone toward a weekly goal of 150 minutes, reports Business Wire.

Onboard GPS

The onboard GPS enables you to track your pace and distance during cycling, jogs and other outdoor activities without being tethered to a smartphone. After completing a GPS-enabled workout, sync your device for a GPS-powered heat map in the Fitbit app where you can see your workout intensity, based on your different heart rate zones along your route, to help you visualize and improve how you are performing against different terrain.

Sleep better and achieve your goals with Charge 4

Fitbit’s leading sleep features are included with Charge 4 to help you understand and improve your sleep. Previously only available on Fitbit smartwatches, smart wake (coming soon) uses machine learning to wake you at the optimal time.

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SpO2

SpO2 sensor allows you to see an estimate of the oxygen level variability in your bloodstream, which may indicate variations in your breathing during sleep.

Spotify – Connect & Control

The first Fitbit tracker with Spotify – Connect & Control, Charge 4 helps you stay motivated with your favorite playlists and songs with easy-to-access music controls that let you choose the music output, play, shuffle and skip content, and like songs right from the wrist.

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In addition, Charge 4 comes standard with the health and fitness essentials like SmartTrack® automatic exercise tracking, Cardio Fitness Level and Score, floors climbed, Reminders to Move every hour, female health tracking, food, water and weight logging, motivation from the global social fitness network of nearly 30 million like-minded individuals around the world.

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Pricing, availability and accessories to match your style

Pre-orders start today at fitbit.com with delivery from April 15, 2020. The price starts at $149.95 up to $169.95 for the Special Edition.

Customize Charge 4 with a variety of new accessory bands and colors including REPREVE® recycled woven reflective bands in midnight and rosewood; breathable silicone sport bands in evergreen and frost white; and premium Horween® hand-crafted leather in black. Charge 4 accessories are sold separately in store and online, and are compatible with Fitbit Charge 3 devices, starting at $29.95 USD.