After officially joining Google, Fitbit is bolder and wants to bring the distance between its own bracelet and watch closer! The Fitbit Charge 5 released today is not only unveiled with a new sleek design, it is also the first bracelet with an electrocardiogram (ECG) function and an electrical skin activity (EDA) sensor, allowing you to measure your heart and pressure conditions at any time, even with some The third app is to manage stress. In other words, Charge 5 is basically a mini version of the Fitbit Sense flagship watch, priced at HK$1,598 (approximately RMB 1,330), and will be on sale globally at the end of September.
Small but complete. Fitbit Charge 5 is equipped with the new sensor just mentioned, it has built-in GPS function, SpO2 blood oxygen monitoring, skin thermometer, automatic recognition of exercise function (warm reminder: at least 15 minutes of activity), “Smart “Wake up” function, 50-meter waterproof design, Fitbit Pay contactless payment function, etc. The new generation of OLED touch screens has twice the brightness, which is convenient for outdoor use. In fact, Charge 5 is 10% thinner than Charge 4, but it also has up to 7 days of battery life (up to 5 hours with GPS).
With the launch of Charge 5, Fitbit also announced some enhancements to the Premium subscription service. The first is the “Daily Readiness” (Daily Readiness) index: This is a calculation based on your heartbeat activity, sleep quality and heart rate variability analysis to determine whether you need more rest or are ready to exercise. The lower the score, the more you need to rest, so that you can recover from the challenge before accepting the challenge again.
Charge 5 comes with a 6-month Fitbit Premium subscription service, so it is naturally the first device to provide the “Daily Readiness” index. After that, Sense, Versa 3, Versa 2, Luxe and Inspire 2 will continue to support this new feature.
In addition, Fitbit will bring snoring and noise monitoring functions to Premium users of Sense and Versa 3, and use the Mick wind on the watch to bring more detailed sleep quality analysis. The actual launch time has yet to be announced, and it is estimated that existing users are quite expecting it.