When Fitbit is mentioned, the industry will surely sigh that it is no longer the king of wearables, but that the market has underperformed, raising the question of whether Fitbit has a future.Fitbit’s awkward position doesn’t stop it from trying to make a dent in the wearables market, which is why we’re waiting for its new smartwatch, Sense.
Fitbit Sense is the advanced health smartwatch that helps you tune in to your body with tools for stress management, heart health, SpO2, skin temperature & more.
Fitbit Sense smartwatch can tell when you’re sick or stressed,uses the world’s first electrodermal activity (EDA) sensor on a smartwatch, as well as heart rate tracking technology and an on-wrist skin temperature sensor, to track stress levels and recommend ways to better manage it.
In terms of appearance, the Fitbit Sense smartwatch features a square dial, an OLED touch screen and a snap-action magnetic charging design.Overall, both the OLED screen and rounded corners contribute to the watch’s stylish simplicity and unmistakable style.While good looks are the first step in Fitbit Sense’s entry into the wearable market, it’s certainly not enough to conquer consumers’ wallets. Fortunately, the Fitbit Sense smartwatch is still a good one for the industry.
In terms of functional experience, The Most Advanced Combination Of Sensors & Innovative Tech Available On A Fitbit Device. Features: Built-In GPS, 6+ Battery Life, Voice Assistant, & 20+ Goal Based Exercise Modes. Assess Your Heart Health. Up To 6+ Day Battery Life. Log Your Skin Temperature, All From your wrist.
The Fitbit Sense smartwatch has an electrocardiogram app built into it, as any of you might have noticed, which is a big challenge to The Apple Watch.As we all know, the reason why Apple can maintain its dominant position in the field of wearable devices today largely depends on the ecg function featured by Apple smartwatch, which also directly leads the smart wearable devices to the professional medical and health field.
And now the Fitbit Sense smartwatch has an ELECTROcardiogram monitor, which it probably can’t, if not for Apple.It’s important to note, however, that the apple smartwatch’s ability to be labeled as a health care professional depends largely on its fDA-approved feature. Unfortunately, the Fitbit Sense smartwatch has yet to be fDA-approved for electrocardiogram monitoring.
In this respect, despite Fitbit’s apparent ambition to rant about Apple’s ambitions, the company’s desire to fight the Apple chamber is ultimately flawed.