• - Introducing the new Charge 5 Fitbit health bracelet with color OLED display and ECG sensor

    Introducing the new Charge 5 Fitbit health bracelet with color OLED display and ECG sensor

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    Fitbit, now officially a subsidiary of Google, finally unveiled its new health bracelet called Charge 5 on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 (September 3, 1400) after weeks of gossip. This bracelet has experienced the biggest changes in terms of design compared to other members of the Charge family (which were first introduced in 2015 with the Charge HR), and by distancing itself from the usual square shape and sharp edges of this series, it benefits from a soft appearance with rounded corners. Takes. Of course, the new design is not only the positive points of Charge 5, but we also encounter new points in the features, including the first OLED color panel in this family.

     <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> <b>sensor</b>

    Talking about the Charge 5 should start with its design, as mentioned Compared to previous generations, this family has a softer appearance. In this design, the flat edges, geometric shapes and sharp front angles are replaced by curved corners and rounded edges, thus creating a more pleasant feeling under the arms. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> sensor

    The bracelet has less protrusion than Charge 4 and is 10% thinner. Also, the lower part sensors of the device are now integrated with the body and there is no news of their protrusion (as happened in Charge 4).

     <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> <b>sensor</b> Fitbit Charge 4 on the left and Charge 5 on the right

    Another interesting thing about the Charge 5 is the buttonless design It belongs to be similar to the Fitbit Luxe in this respect. The absence of any button in this bracelet means that you have to use the screen to control the device, and unlike Charge 3 and Charge 4, which used a touch button on the side of the device, there are absolutely no buttons (either physical or tactile). Is. A large strip on the side of the bracelet, separate from the surrounding frame, may look like a button at first glance, but this part, as we will see later, is used to take an ECG. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> sensor

    Changes in the design of this model to the device straps It has also continued, where, according to the manufacturer, by using straps called Infinity Bands, which are optimized for "exercise and wearing all day", more comfort is created compared to the previous straps, and their quick release mechanism also allows them to change shape and use. Provides other custom straps. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> <b>sensor</b>

    The AMOLED display of the device is a 1.04-inch model, which is 10% larger than the previous generation and its brightness is 450 nits compared to the brightness of 200 nits Charge 4 More than doubled. Therefore, having a larger and brighter screen will make it much easier to read panel content in a variety of situations, especially outdoors and while exercising. This panel is also the first color OLED display in this family, and although those who are interested in the usual monochrome display may not be very happy, but in practice, using different colors will play an effective role in separating statistical data and distinguishing them from each other. . </ P> <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> sensor

    Another interesting point about this panel is its always-on or always-on dislay feature, which occurred for the first time in a Fitbit health bracelet and (at the cost of more battery consumption) without the need to fully turn on the information panel such as time And exposes the history and instantaneous data of the sport to the users on a permanent and permanent basis. The Charge 5 screen is protected from physical damage by a Gorilla Glass 3 durable glass cover. Some of them are seen in this family for the first time. Charge 5 has the ability to track heart rate, skin surface temperature and blood oxygenation (SpO2) and can also be used to measure sleep quality and what is called the Daily Readiness Score. The daily fitness score is actually a factor in determining the body's readiness for exercise, through which it can be decided to do the next round of exercise or rest and recovery.

     <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> <b>sensor</b>

    The other sensor in this model is EDA or ElectroDermal Activity, which before It was present in Fitbit Sense and through it it is possible to measure the body's stress level. Heart rate monitoring in this bracelet is more advanced than normal, and in addition to the normal heart rate display, it is possible to record and track factors such as HRV (heart rate variability or time between each heartbeat) and RHR (resting heart rate). Provides. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> sensor <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> <b>sensor</b>

    Other features and capabilities of this model should support 20 different sports activities, three-axis internal accelerometer, ambient light sensor, vibration motor, NFC connection with Fitbit Pay support for He mentioned the body's resistance to water penetration to a depth of 50 meters. Charge 5, like other similar examples, has the ability to display notifications of the smartphone connected to it, and if an Android phone is used in this mode, you can also respond to notifications directly from the bracelet itself. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>new</b> <b>Charge</b> 5 <b>Fitbit</b> <b>health</b> <b>bracelet</b> with <b>color</b> <b>OLED</b> <b>display</b> and <b>ECG</b> sensor

    Fitbit Charge 5 , Gold and steel with different straps are available for pre-order from the day of introduction and the final price in the US market is $ 179.95, in the UK around 170 pounds and in Germany and France around 180 euros. This model also comes with a six-month Fitbit Premium subscription, which normally costs $ 10 a month. This model will be available in global markets this fall.

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