After releasing its latest Fit wearables across Europe and Asia, the Galaxy Fit and Fit e are making their way to the US and Canada.
Both trackers cover all the basics in terms of recording workout data in a lightweight package. The most noticeable difference between the two is that the regular Galaxy Fit comes with a larger color screen and interactive notification support while the Fit e sports monochrome screen and more limited functionality.
The Galaxy Fit features a 0.95-inch full-color AMOLED screen and packs the Cortex M33F SoC. One of its advantages over the Fit e is the support for notification interactions as well as its larger 120mAh battery which Samsung claims will last 7-8 days.
If you don’t need those features, the Fit e offers all the fitness tracking capabilities of the regular Fit in a more affordable package. You’ll have to make do with its smaller monochrome display and 70 mAh battery but given the display won’t be as demanding it should result in similar battery life.
Both bands come with MIL-STD-810G ruggedness, Bluetooth 5.0 support and run on Samsung’s proprietary FreeRTOS software. The Galaxy Fit comes in black and silver colors while the Galaxy Fit e is offered in black, white, and yellow. The Galaxy Fit goes for $99 in the US and CAD150 in Canada while the Fit e will set buyers back CAD70 as is not listed on the US site yet. Shipments stаrt on June 18.
Fit e , heartbeat incorrect ....
fit e screen flew away for me six days and did not go to the garatin
I have buyed Fite for 45 euro in Bulgaria - battery stays for about 3 days and charges for about hour, but for one week of use it have two deep scratches on display.