FatBit Charge 5 isn’t out yet, but we can predict when it will appear – and what features it may have when it does.
The Fit Butt Charge series is an impressive sticker of features for such a small device, combined with a slim profile and clean rectangular display, both in terms of size and features, between the Inspire and Versa lines.
Fitbit charge 4 It was one of the first footbats to offer GPS on board (just behind the Foot Butt Ionic), which was a real legacy when it launched last year, and it became a viable alternative to deviant fitness trackers. Made It’s also surprisingly affordable, and has been sitting comfortably at the top of our list of the best fitness trackers for months.
Following the Fitbit Charge 5 is a tough process, but with the right upgrades, it can meet the challenge. We’ll keep updating this guide as we learn more about the next-generation FitBit, so keep in touch.
- what’s this? Lightweight GPS fitness tracker
- When will it end? Possibly around April 2022
- What will it cost? Maybe $ 149.95 / £ 129.99 / AU $ 229.95
Release date and price of Foot Bat Charge 5
FitBat appears to be following a two-year release cycle with its charge series. The Foot Bet Charge was released on April 4, 2020, so if the company follows suit, we will likely get our first glimpse of the Charge 5 in April 2022.
We suspect that the cost of Charge 5 could start at £ 149.95 / 9 129.99 / AU 9 229.95 – same as Charge 4
However, there is a possibility that FitBat wants to differentiate between Charge 5 and the recently released charge Foot butt lux, Which launched at the same price. It is difficult to say which of the two may be more expensive.
Fitbit Charge 5 leaks and news
These are very early days, so there are no leaks or rumors around FatBut Charge 5 yet. In fact, Fitbit has a record of keeping its cards close to its chest, and although the design of the Fitbit Luxe leaked a few days before its planned release date, this is a big exception to the rule.
However, we can make some educated guesses about the features of Charge 5, starting from the on-board. This was a standout feature of Charge 4, so we would be very surprised (and disappointed) if it ended now.
Here’s what else we want to see in the new device …
Fitbit designs have been developed since the launch of Fitbit Charge 4, and we expect that Charge 5 will follow the same ‘biological industrial design language’ as Sense, Versa 3, Inspire 2, and Lux. This means smooth, rounded edges, soft silicone, and subtle shades of black, sand and coral.
A special edition was the Fitbit Charge 4, which came with a woven fabric band in addition to the standard silicone version, but the company seems to be moving away from that direction, focusing on metal and leather instead of its premium straps. Is. None of these are the best choice to work with, so the Charge 4 can only last with silicone.
One thing we don’t expect (although we may be wrong) is a jewelry-inspired lin bracelet that looks like a special edition fit butt lux. The exclusive gold-tinted stainless steel band is one of the great features of the Lux, and we don’t expect a fit-beat to undermine its appeal by introducing it with a full range of fitness trackers.
A high resolution color display
FitBut Lux proved that it is possible to make a super compact, super color AMOLED display, and we would love to see one of the FitBut Charge 4.
While this was a wise choice to help extend battery life, the black and white screen of the Fit Butt Charge 4 looks historic – especially when it comes to affordable fitness trackers like Huawei Band 3 Pro And Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 5 Offer full color.
A high resolution display would also be an advantage. We can’t expect a screen of this size to be useful for mapping, but more pixels per inch would mean we could see more text on the screen for smartphone notifications and statistics. When a device is small, it really makes a difference.
EDA stress monitoring
The standout feature of FitBit Sense is the ability to measure stress levels by monitoring electrodermal activity (EDA). Most fitness trackers that claim to measure stress do so by monitoring heart rate fluctuations.
Stress management is an important part of overall well-being, and the FitBit app already allows you to keep a mood diary, so that would be a great addition.
Guided breathing sessions
The Fitbit Charge 4 can measure your breathing rate, and you can test it later in the Fitbit app on your phone, but why stop there?
We appreciate the latest fitness trackers like Fat Butt Versa 3 and so on Garman Lilly Guidance is an addition to breathing sessions, which encourage you to sit quietly in stressful situations and take a minute or two to calm your breathing, which slows down your heartbeat. As mentioned above, this EDA will work closely with stress monitoring.
Both the Fitbit Lux and Inspire 2 include breathing sessions by default, so we’d be surprised if this feature doesn’t replace it in Charge 4 as well.
An ECG sensor
So far, the Fitbit Sense is the only device that actually has an ECG sensor, and adding this Fitbit Charge 5 to the bow would be a great wire. This is a very simple tool that can help give you an early warning about atrial fibrillation, which can be the starting point for a conversation with your doctor.
If you’re a FitBut Premium subscriber (and you probably are, since all new Fitbit devices come with a free trial of the service), this data can be included in a downloadable fitness report, which you can add to your GPK. Can share with , A friend, or a family member.