The Upgraded Charge 4 Fitness Tracker Gets Onboard GPS, Spotify, & Fitbit Pay

Apr 1, 2020

Category: Tech

Though they were never meant to compete with the likes of the Apple Watch or other fully-featured smartwatches, Fitbit’s catalog of offerings has nonetheless become a mainstay of the tech-focused fitness world. And now they’ve just solidified themselves even further with the release of the new Charge 4 fitness tracker.

At a glance, it’s clear that Fitbit is staying true to their same recognizable design language. That being said, the tech hidden within this new activity tracker is vastly upgraded from previous generations. Along with tried-and-true features — like seven-day battery life, activity and sleep tracking, and built-in waterproofing — this new one also comes with things never-before featured in a Charge tracker. That includes tetherless onboard GPS, Spotify control, and even compatibility with the brand’s Fitbit Pay contactless payment tech. For just $150 and with an expected ship date of April 13th, you can preorder Fitbit’s most advanced fitness tracker to date.

Purchase: $150

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