Fitbit Versa India release date, price, news, and features
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Fitbit Versa India release date, price, news, and features

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This article is written by TechRadar UK team for global audiences. The facts and features might differ from the Indian variant of the smartwatch.

As this is a new smartwatch from Fitbit - a brand known for health and fitness wearables - you should probably only consider buying this if you’re interested in fitness features.

There’s your normal step tracking here, but now you’ll be able to see your last seven days of activity directly on the watch itself, so you can make sure you’re keeping up with your target.

On the rear there's a PurePulse heart rate scanner that works 24/7, even when you’re sleeping. Plus there’s sleep tracking tech here that uses the company's recent Sleep Stages tracking service.

That will tell you how much time you spend in REM and other stats about your sleep as well as providing feedback to help you improve upon your night's sleep.

Fitbit Coach is also here to give you workouts you can perform at home, plus there’s a feature that allows you to monitor your cardio fitness level.

If you want to take this in the pool, you’ll be able to as it’s waterproof and comes with tracking for swimming.As this is a new smartwatch from Fitbit - a brand known for health and fitness wearables - you should probably only consider buying this if you’re interested in fitness features.

There’s your normal step tracking here, but now you’ll be able to see your last seven days of activity directly on the watch itself, so you can make sure you’re keeping up with your target.

On the rear there's a PurePulse heart rate scanner that works 24/7, even when you’re sleeping. Plus there’s sleep tracking tech here that uses the company's recent Sleep Stages tracking service.

That will tell you how much time you spend in REM and other stats about your sleep as well as providing feedback to help you improve upon your night's sleep.

Fitbit Coach is also here to give you workouts you can perform at home, plus there’s a feature that allows you to monitor your cardio fitness level.

If you want to take this in the pool, you’ll be able to as it’s waterproof and comes with tracking for swimming. display
Unlike some previous Fitbit products, this comes with a full metal unibody design that feels premium but is much smaller on the wrist than the Ionic. We’ve yet to learn of the exact dimensions, but it’s slimmer and lighter than the Ionic or the Blaze so looks to be the perfect option if you have smaller wrists.

You’ve got the color options of grey or pink for the body of the actual watch.

As for straps, you’ve got a huge selection of options. There’s a wide variety of colors for each with materials of silicone, metal chain link, metal bands, Horween leather and more all up for grabs.s Ionic smartwatch at the tail end of 2017, the company said it planned to make more watches in the near future and the first is already here under the name Fitbit Versa.

The Versa shares a lot with the Fitbit Ionic from last year and while the design is a touch smaller, there are a few less features and the price is slightly lower, it looks to be a solid addition to the Fitbit family.

Fitbit has yet to confirm so, but the price point and feature set looks to make it a suitable replacement for the Fitbit Blaze. That means if you were holding out for the long-rumored Fitbit Blaze 2 you may want to take a look at this watch from the company instead as we may never get one under that name.

Below we’ve broken down everything you need to know about the Fitbit Versa. You can watch our video hands on review or read our full hands on Fitbit Versa review now.

Fitbit Versa price and release date India

Fitbit Versa will be available in India in Q2, 2018 across Reliance Digital, Croma, Helios and other major retailers including e-commerce partners like Amazon India and Flipkart in India for Rs 19,999.

Fitbit Versa Special Edition will also retail for INR 21,999 and accessories range from Rs 2,499 to Rs 8,999.

It will be available in black with a black aluminum case, gray with a silver aluminum case, or peach with a rose gold aluminum case.

Watch our full video review of the Fitbit Versa below





Fitbit Versa design and display

Unlike some previous Fitbit products, this comes with a full metal unibody design that feels premium but is much smaller on the wrist than the Ionic. We’ve yet to learn of the exact dimensions, but it’s slimmer and lighter than the Ionic or the Blaze so looks to be the perfect option if you have smaller wrists.

You’ve got the color options of grey or pink for the body of the actual watch.

As for straps, you’ve got a huge selection of options. There’s a wide variety of colors for each with materials of silicone, metal chain link, metal bands, Horween leather and more all up for grabs.



Fitbit Versa fitness features


On the front there's a touchscreen display for navigating the Fitbit OS, with some thick bezels around the side. Below the screen there's the Fitbit logo, but we don’t currently have any information on the screen technology or resolution.

The Versa is waterproof up to 50 meters, so you’ll be able to wear this in the shower or swimming without worrying about flooding the internals.

On the left hand edge there's a power button, and there are two other hardware buttons on the right hand side of the watch for navigating through menus if you don't want to use the screen.

The normal version comes with a silicone band in the box, so if you want a more premium band you’ll need to buy one separately to switch out.


 

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