The fourth edition of the popular sports bracelet comes in a similar pattern with the design that we are used to seeing the company’s products on it of this type, especially its previous version, Charge 3.
While the bracelet came with more features, the first of which was GPS, Spotify application support and a number of other high-end specifications that have always been unique to high-end smart watches such as Fitbit Pay and SpO2 sensor to measure the blood oxygen level and the smart waking feature and receive notifications in perfect harmony with smart phones.
The bracelet provides all other features that were previously present in its previous version with the support of the current version with new techniques for the user to exercise and track movement and daily activity in a better and more effective way.
For example, the new Active Zone Minutes feature, which uses a heart rate in accordance with the age of the user to calculate the period that he must spend while carrying out his various sports activities.
Price and market availability
The Charge 4 bracelet will be available next April 13 at a base price of $ 150, while copies dedicated to additional hand strap accessories will cost $ 20 more than the base price.