Fitbit Charge 4 fitness tracker full specs revealed by online retailer including prices, colors, and NFC capability
The first Fitbit Charge was announced in 2014, while predecessors have followed every two years since then, with the Charge 2 seeing daylight in 2016 and the most recent device in the series, the Fitbit Charge 3, being released in 2018. So 2020 is the year of the Fitbit Charge 4 fitness tracker, which seems like it will be launched soon. The wearable was spotted on the FCC website, and it has been listed online with the retailer MobileFun.
According to the current MobileFun listings, there will be at least two different variants of the Fitbit Charge 4. There is the regular version of the smart fitness tracker for £139.99 (~US$162) and there is a special edition of the Charge 4 priced at £159.99 (~US$185). The special edition comes in granite, while the regular model comes in rosewood, black, and storm blue/black. There is also a range of leather, woven, and sports bands to choose from for the Charge 4.
It appears the Fitbit Charge 4 will be brimming with useful features. Along with the NFC capability and up to 7-day battery life, the fitness tracker is also water resistant (50 m), comes with a pedometer and heart-rate tracker, and it can be connected to either iOS or Android smartphones for notifications. Fitness and sleep tracking analysis is onboard, as is Bluetooth connectivity and numerous useful apps to appease the athletically minded.