Fitbit Charge 4 to come with built-in GPS and Spotify integration

Since the acquisition of Fitbit by Google, the company hasn’t announced any new products. When it comes to fitness bands, Fitbit certainly has a place in the market, and a number of features of Fitbit’s upcoming Fitbit Charge 4 fitness tracker have already been exposed online.

To add up more, Roland Quandt has posted a promo video of Fitbit Charge 4 that gives pretty much of design, features perfectly. The leaked video also reveals the specs of the upcoming fitness band and confirms of the design renders which surfaced a few weeks back.

Mostly, the Fitbit Charge series comes with a unique feature and in its three generations, we didn’t get the built-in GPS chip. Fortunately, the fourth-generation product looks “scented” for those who want to accurately track their running without having to pay a lot of money for a fully functional smartwatch and don’t want to carry a smartphone with them.

In addition to unrestricted GPS connectivity support, the Fitbit Charge 4 will be equipped with a heart rate monitor, sleep tracking, an OLED display and a waterproof design up to 50 meters. When it comes to design, there seems to be little change in this regard, which is basically similar to previous products.

Fitbit Charge 4 to have built-in GPS and Spotify integration
Fitbit Charge 4 to have built-in GPS and Spotify integration

Like Fitbit Charge 3, the upcoming Charge 4 is expected to offer standard and “special” versions, which will add NFC to payment capabilities on the company’s proprietary platform. If you like listening to Spotify music while exercising, just sync your wearables to your phone via Bluetooth, and both The Fitbit Charge 4 and Charge 4 Special Editions let you stream your favourite music content.

Fitbit Charge 4 is said to cost 149 euros, while the Fitbit Charge 4 Special edition might come with a price tag of  169 euros. Stay tuned for more updates on Tech & Gadgets.

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