Google has introduced the new Fitbit Charge 6 fitness tracker, boasting the most accurate heart rate monitoring according to Google. It is compatible with exercise equipment that supports data connectivity, and also offers additional features such as YouTube Music, Google Maps, and the ability to use it as a digital wallet for making payments.
The heart rate monitoring algorithm used in the Fitbit Charge 6 is the same as the one used in the Pixel Watch, but with customized adjustments to better suit the tracker. This allows for more precise data collection, resulting in an enhanced user experience during exercise and even while sleeping.
The Fitbit Charge 6 can connect to gym equipment via Bluetooth in real-time, enabling the transmission of heart rate data. It supports devices from manufacturers like NordicTrack, Peloton, Concept2, and Tonal, and offers an additional 20 exercise modes, totaling up to 40 modes.
The battery of the Fitbit Charge 6 can last up to 7 days of continuous use. It includes sensors for measuring blood oxygen levels (SpO2), skin temperature, breathing training programs, and more. The Fitbit Charge 6 is available in three color options: Obsidian, Porcelain, and Coral, with a retail price of $159.95.
TLDR: Google has launched the Fitbit Charge 6 fitness tracker, which excels in heart rate monitoring accuracy. It offers features such as YouTube Music and Google Maps, and can be used as a digital wallet. With a shared heart rate algorithm from the Pixel Watch, it provides precise data collection for better user experience during exercise and sleep. It connects to exercise equipment via Bluetooth and supports various brands. The battery can last up to 7 days and has additional health sensors. The Fitbit Charge 6 is priced at $159.95 and comes in three colors. Source: Google