Google has formalized the new Fitbit Versa 4 and Sense 2its new models of Smart watches focused on health and physical activity monitoring 24/7.
They are thinner and lighter than their predecessors and are introducing those to the market as well New Fitbit operating systemwhich also includes a range of smart features including heart monitoring, sleep quality monitoring, stress monitoring, etc., with corresponding real-time metrics and statistics.
Among the features, Google highlights the new premium feature called Sleep Profilewhich lets users know what kind of sleep they are having based on ten metrics, identify key patterns, and help improve sleep quality.
It also highlights the Stress Management Score, which tells users when to take a moment for guided breathing, meditation or reflection.
In addition, these models will soon have access to Google Maps and Google Wallet as well.
Speaking of access, these new models You have the physical side button againlast seen on the Versa 2, but now in a new location for easy access during workouts.
These models are compatible with Android and iOS and have an autonomy of over six days, and with their fast recharge, for every 12 minutes of charging, a duration of one day is reached.
The best of each of them
In particular, he points out that Versa 4 is mainly focused on sports activities and includes more than 40 training modes, although through Fitbit Premium they will also have more than 1,000 workouts and mindfulness sessions, while with Sense 2 thanks to the new reaction sensor of the body to monitor continuous electrodermal activity (cEDA), users can control stress during the day.
Google describes this:
Along with cEDA, it uses parameters like heart rate, heart rate variability, and skin temperature to help you better understand when your body is experiencing potential signs of stress.
And thanks to the rest of the sensors, users are in control of the rest of their overall health aspects.
They describe that:
We used a technique that transforms metal into vapor, allowing us to embed the metal electrodes of these sensors directly into the glass of the device’s screen. This creates an even more streamlined and elegant look without sacrificing our technology.
In addition to launching these models, Google is launching the second collection of Brother Vellies tapes.
In terms of price, Versa 4 is available for $ 229.95, while Sense 2 is available for $ 299.95, which includes a six-month premium subscription with the purchase of any of these models, both for Fitbit customers new than for existing ones.
More information: Google