Fitbit has overhauled its top Charge model with Charge 5. The latest version of the fitness tracker is full of health features, making you wonder if you really need to go all out—a mature smartwatch.
The fifth generation of Fitbit Charge uses a sleek and sleek design centered on a full-color touch screen. The brilliant display is the first of the series, and it is twice as bright as the colorful screen of Charge 4. But Fitbit Charge 5 is not just an aesthetic overhaul. The new tracker also adds some important new health features, the most notable of which are ECG and EDA sensors. The new sensor can detect irregular heart rhythm and measure your stress level, allowing you to better understand your overall health. Fitbit Charge 5 also has a built-in GPS, daily readiness score, it is recommended that you exercise every day, as well as skin temperature, breathing rate, and oxygen saturation, and other indicators of measurement values. It can be pre-ordered from Fitbit now for $180. Click here for more details.