The first information about the Fitbit Charge 5 fitness tracker appeared on the network a long time ago. Sources “leaked” the appearance, as well as some technical details about the new product. However, Fitbit still managed to surprise users. For example, sources did not report that the tracker will have an ECG and EAC scanner.
Fitbit Charge 5 is equipped with a fairly large AMOLED screen with a maximum brightness of 450 cd, a waterproof housing and a built-in GPS receiver. But the main thing is not this. The tracker is able to track a lot of different indicators.
For example, it can monitor blood oxygen levels and heart rate, “count” the number of steps taken and calories burned, and collect data on the quality and duration of sleep.
In addition, the Fitbit Charge 5 has an ECG scanner. To remove a cardiogram, users just need to touch the contact strips located on the side faces of the case. They will also help assess the electrical activity of the skin. The latter allows you to determine the level of stress.
As for battery life, a full charge of the built-in battery should be enough for about seven days. However, the ultimate autonomy depends on how actively different sensors and GPS will be used.
Now users can pre-order the Fitbit Charge 5. Official sales should begin this fall. In the US, the tracker will cost $180.