Fitbit Charge 6 Goes Official With YouTube Music, Google Maps, And Wallet

The Fitbit Charge 6 offers a seven days battery life.

  • The newly introduced Fitbit Charge 6 features a haptic button on the right egde.
  • This new wearable can offer 60% more accurate reading compared to the Charge 5, as per Fitbit.
  • The Fitbit Charge 6 also ships with several Google apps and services such as Google Maps, Wallets, and YouTube Music.

The Fitbit Charge 6 has been officially announced by Fitbit. This latest fitness tracker arrives as a successor to the Charge 5 which debuted two years back. As far as the specifications of the newly introduced Fitbit Charge 6 go, it has a 1.04-inch display. The Charge 6 looks exactly similar to the Charge 5, except that it features a haptic button. The Charge 6 also has several health monitoring features such as heart rate monitoring, SpO2 monitoring, and a temperature sensor. Let us take a look at the pricing and detailed specifications of the Charge 6 ahead:

Fitbit Charge 6 Pricing, Availability

The Fitbit Charge 6 is available for pre-order for $160 (Roughly Rs 13,300). The Charge 6 comes in a Black Case with a Black band, a Gold Case with a Red band, and a Silver case with a White band.

Fitbit Charge 6 Specifications, Features

The newly launched Fitbit Charge 6 comes with Google apps and services such as Google Maps, and Wallet. Furthermore, the wearable features a 1.04-inch display. Similar to other fitness trackers and smartwatches, the Charge 6 is water-resistant for up to 50 meters. As mentioned above, the Charge 6 also has several health monitoring features such as a SpO2 sensor, heart rate tracking, and a temperature sensor. Furthermore, it also has GPS and GLONASS support for using Google Maps and NFC support as well for the Google Wallet. Furthermore, the Charge 6 also ships with a YouTube Music app, which lets you start, stop and skip songs right from your wrist.

The wearable can also measure stress and it can show readings for ECG and EDA. As per Fitbit, the heart rate tracking during vigorous activities such as HIIT workouts, spinning and rowing is up to 60% more accurate than the Charge 5. For using the Charge 6, users will need to have a Google account and a Fitbit app. The fitness tracker is compatible with devices running Android 9.0 and above, as well as with iPhones running on iOS 15 and up. As for the battery life, the Charge 6 offers a seven-day battery life on a single charge. Last but not least, the wearable also can track over 40 exercise modes including 20 new options like HIIT, strength training and snowboarding.