Fitbit has unveiled its fitness tracker with the new Charge 5.
The Charge 5 has a slimmer design (around 10% thinner) and is now with a colour AMOLED display. With the new display, you can use the Always-on display to have info available always at a glance.
Battery life on the Charge 5 is up to 7 days. The tracker also supports ECG and stress management (via the EDA sensor) like the Fitbit Sense from last year.
A new feature of the Charge 5 is Daily Readiness Score. The score is calculated based on your exercise activity, sleep, heart rate, to then allow Fitbit to recommend an exercise you should do that day.
The Daily Readiness is only available with a Fitbit Premium subscription which costs $12.99 CAD per month or $104.99 per year. The Charge 5 will come with 6-months free of Fitbit Premium.
The Fitbit Charge 5 is available for pre-order today for $229 CAD ($179 USD). The tracker comes in three colours, black, white and blue.