The Fitbit Charge 4 is here.
The past few weeks saw various leaks of what seems to be Fitbit’s new Charge 4 fitness tracker. The company hasn’t released a new device after being acquired by Google, but it looks like they’re prepping up for a new device that’s launching in the next few weeks.
Fitbit Charge 4 pic.twitter.com/TaJGV2otkp
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) March 27, 2020
A recent leak somehow confirms what the Fitbit Charge 4 will look like based on a tweet by Roland Quandt, who posted a video of the new device. Some of the confirmed features include GPS, which is the one feature most users are requesting. The post also confirms battery life with GPS to be over 5 hours, but normal usage should still take it up to 7 hours.
Other features include an OLED display and 5ATM water resistance. NFC is still supported as well as Fitbit Pay. Another interesting feature is Spotify integration, but it wasn’t made clear if it will let you download music to the device for offline listening.
Lastly, the Fitbit Charge 4 will have a new feature called Pulse Zones, where users can check which part of a route they are usually active. This can be accessed through the Fitbit app.
As far as Google-related features, it looks like they’re saving that until the official announcement which should be in a couple of weeks.