Fitbit has launched Charge 4 fitness tracker with built-in GPS and Spotify. It also has a new Active Zone Minutes feature that provides personalised data by tracking heart rate during workout.
The Honor 9X comes with a triple camera setup with a 48MP main shooter. The phone can be purchased at a starting price of Rs 13,999 via Flipkart from January 19. The company also launched Magic Watch 2 and Band 5i.
Google has acquired US-based wearable maker Fitbit for $2.1 billion. With this acquisition, the search engine giant looks determined to expand its hardware business that is still relatively young. Google acquired Fossil Group’s intellectual property (IP) related to smartwatch in January.
US-based activity tracker and wearables maker Fitbit has collected sleep and activity insights from 18 countries and has found that Indians are the least active, and second most sleep deprived people after Japanese.
Xiaomi is hosting the media on September 17, and is expected to launch ‘smart’ products. Along with other products, the Chinese company is also expected to unveil Mi Band 4 fitness tracker. Rumour mill suggests that the band may be priced at Rs 1999.
With innovative sleep features like sleep score and smart wake, the Fitbit Versa 2 smartwatch is designed to helps you improve your sleep as an important component of overall health.
The Honor Band 5 is designed to deliver advanced health tracking and measurement technology at an affordable pricce, to ensure the well-being of the consumers and at the same time amplify their style statement.
The fitness app from Google, the Google Fit keeps track of your workout sessions and is now updated with improved sleep insights to show you how your sleep patterns are. There is also a dark theme now available.
Samsung Galaxy Fit and Fit e smartwatches are designed to give users a first time access to the rich ecosystem of Samsung Health with never before features like 90+ activity trackers.
Google Fit is designed to hit activity goals based on recommendations from the American Heart Association and World Health Organization. The system is based around Move Minutes and Heart points.