Fitbit's latest Charge 3 fitness tracker was released in August, and you can now know when it will be available on October 7th. Fee 3 starts at $ 149.95 for the core version and $ 169.95 for the special edition model with NFC that supports Fitbit Pay.
Fare 3 offers a completely thorough design in Charge 2 with a high-resolution touchscreen. High-grade aluminum body, Gorilla Glass borrowed from the Versa line 3. Also waterproof, heart rate and oxygen sensor are better. But most importantly, the battery life is much longer. Fitbit claims charge from 2 to 5 days up to 7 days.
Fare 3, Fitbit's website includes some "Quick Reply" features for Android, third-party apps and Windows Phone devices, There is a website that says there is no.
Fitbit also announced that it will begin enrolling its Fitbit Labs Sleep Score beta program, which will begin in November. Sleep Score Beta provides Fitbit users with a nightly score that summarizes the sleep of the previous night, using heart rate data from Fitbit's latest device (plus fare 3, of course).