Behold the brand new Fitbit Charge 4 which is the latest to be unveiled by the giant wearable company. This new iteration of Fitbit Charge 4 now comes with built-in GPS, fluid Spotify integration and "Active Zone Minutes" just to name a few. Interestingly the outer design of Charge 4 is almost identical as its predecessor. However the buckle is made of stainless steel this year, which is an upgrade from Charge 3's aluminium buckle.
This integration of GPS will truly elevate Fitbit Charge 4, meaning that you can use wrap it around your wrist even without carrying your smartphone around with you. The built-in GPS will be great to track your exact location and help you to track your activity more accurately. So no more excuses for not being able to lug around your relatively heavier smartphone anymore.
Fitbit Charge 4 with GPS
The Active Zone Minutes (AZM) feature will be really useful to help you track and count the minutes you are being active. By utilizing your very own heart-rate zones, the AZM will tailor make custom programs to help you stay active, to promote at least 30 minutes of active period by either doing climbing steps, swimming, running or even jogging.
Music on the go with Spotify
Equipped with an accurate 24/7 Heart Rate Monitor, Fitbit Charge 4 can detect your heart rate round the clock even when you are asleep. On top of that the Fitbit Charge 4 can also measure how well you have been sleeping. By using the Fitbit App, you can access your sleep quality through the Estimated Oxygen Variation Graph. This will show the estimate of the oxygen level fluctuation in your bloodstream. This in turn will detect variation in breathing when you are asleep.
Active Zone Minutes
Unlike its predecessor, you now have the freedom to control, play, pause and skip your favourite songs while exercising right from your wrist. You can choose to subscribe to Fitbit's Premium Service whereby you will enjoy 90-day free trial of personalized insights on your health, advanced tools to track your sleep as well as customized exercise programs with up to 200 available workouts. After the 3 months trial you will need to pay RM39 monthly or RM335 annually.
It is also about time that Fitbit Charge 4 can be used for contactless payment through Fitbit Pay. However this option will only be available in Malaysia in the second half of the year. It is water resistant for up to 50 meters and has a battery life of 7 days which is relatively good. The Fitbit Charge 4 will be available in Malaysia with a price tag of RM698.00 in White, Black, Rosewood, Storm Blue/Black colours starting from 15th April 2020.
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