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Keeps track of your exercise routine, steps walked, your sleep timings and a lot more.
The previous versions did not include a GPS feature so with this watch including it made a lot of stuff in the right place. And unlike with Charge 3, you can leave your mobile phone at home with this device and still get an accurate reading.
In-Depth review of the Versa 2 smartwatch
- Amazon Alexa Built-In
- Fitbit Pay
- 24/7 Heart Rate Tracking
- Music Experience
- Always-On Display Mode
- Sleep Score
- 5+ Day Battery Life
- 15+ Exercise Modes
This and a lot more makes this a great and improved watch from its previous versions.
Versa 2 includes Alexa that its predecessors did not have. The Versa 2 offers built-in Amazon Alexa, which users can make use of by pushing and holding the function button on the left of the Versa 2’s screen. Then you can simply ask Alexas stuff and send commands.
Software for Versa 2:
The Fitbit Versa 2 has the same software as the original Versa so the screens and way the Versa 2 functions will be familiar to Versa users.
There’s still limited third-party app support on the Versa 2 when compared to the likes of WearOS smartwatches and the Apple Watch. But this is however improving with the addition of Spotify.
Fitbit states that the interface is much better on the Versa 2 and will be quicker than the original Versa and it does seem easy and smooth to use the device.
The battery life is great, and you’ll get approximately five days without always-on enabled, which would mean a day more than on the original Versa. If you want the always-on display the watch works for 2 days.
Pricing and Availability:
The Fitbit Versa 2 costs around $199 and will go on sale Sept. 15 , the same price as the original Fitbit Versa. It will come in three colors: Black, Rose Gold, and Gray. Two special editions, both with a copper rose case, will cost $229, but come with a 90-day trial of Fitbit Premium.
Display and Design:
The device has the rounded square look same that of its predecessor. There is no change in its size, and fits well on your wrists looking great. The users seem to love the squarish desing from Apple and Fitbit and they keep on delivering the best.
There’s a single button on the left hand edge of the smartwatch to wake the display. The AMOLED display is sharp and the OS is amazing. Fitbit has not yet confirmed the exact specs of the display, but we know it’s 8% bigger than the last-gen device and it looked bright enough during our limited testing time.
Summary of Versa 2:
The device launched at the same time Samsung and Apple watches released and this one was way low in price then both of them having no on-board GPS and LTE features. But the pricing and design made it stand out, Samsung and Apple are not competitors but Fitbit provided a cheaper option for the customers. The product is available to buy on Amazon.