Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch Made Official with GPS, Heart Rate Sensor

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Fitbit Ionic

Fitbit has foray into smartwatch market with the launch of its new wearable device called Ionic. The wrist-worn is GPS-enabled, has an inbuilt heart rate sensor, is waterproof up to 50 meters, and can last up to 4 days.

Fitbit Ionic Features

  • 1.42 inch LCD touch display with 348 x 250 pixel resolution
  • Sensors: 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, Optical heart rate monitor, Ambient light, Altimeter.
  • Enhanced PurePulse heart rate tracking with greater accuracy during exercises like cycling, intervals and running.
  • Relative SpO2 sensor for estimating blood oxygen levels
  • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, NFC for payments.
  • Integrated antenna provides a stronger connection to GPS and GLONASS satellites to record elevation climbed, split times, and a map of your walk, run or ride in the Fitbit app.
  • Automatically tracks your run with the new Run Detect feature that kicks in GPS tracking.
  • Water resistance up to 50 meters
  • Swim tracking offers real-time laps, exercise duration and calories burned for pool swims.
  • Swim tracking offers real-time laps, exercise duration and calories burned for pool swims.
  • Fitbit Pay offers contactless payments with eligible American Express cards, as well as Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards from top issuing banks in over 10 markets across the globe.
  • Inbuilt storage lets you store 300 songs on device (2.5 GB of storage), or downloading and listening Pandora stations.
  • Supports iPhone (4S and later) and Android (4.4 and later)
  • Battery life of 4+ days with normal use, GPS battery life up to 10 hours.
  • Colour(s): Slate Blue band with Burnt Orange case, Blue Gray band with Silver Gray casing, Charcoal case with Smoke Gray bands.

The smartwatch is available for pre-order globally and will start shipping from October. It is priced at $299.95


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