Back in February, Samsung announced several devices at its unpacked event including the Galaxy S10 trio, Galaxy Watch Active, as well as an entry-level fitness band among them: the Galaxy Fit-e. Itís a basic fitness tracker with no smartwatch features for a low cost to customers.
According to a report from Android Pit, the fitness tracker will be coming to the United States on May 21 for a retail price of $35. The band isnít available anywhere yet, but Samsungís Albania website has the wearable listed.
As per the listing, the Galaxy Fit-e will come in black, white, and yellow. The Fit-e can track your workouts, heart rate, step count, and can perform sleep tracking as well. It has a 70mAh battery on-board and is estimated to last about 6 to 7 days with regular use. It has a 0.74-inch monochrome POLED display and can display notifications and show incoming calls.
Samsung has had much success with fully-featured smartwatches since the Gear S and the lower-tier Gear Fit. With the Galaxy Fit-e, Samsung is now competing against a slew of Chinese-made low-cost fitness bands like Huawei and Xiaomi. We wonder how Samsung will set the Fit-e apart from its Chinese competitors.
Check out the Source link for the Galaxy Fit-e's full product description.
I also own a Miband 3 and i gotta say, if you start turning on features (such as better sleep monitoring) and others the battery will not last you 20 days i won't sometimes even last a week. so it's all about what features you turn on. it's a questio...
Because you maybe wants better sensors that at least counts half of your steps right and your heart rate within the correct hundreds?
6-7 day battery life kills it. My $25 Mi Band 3 gets 20+ days. Why on Earth would I want a third of that.