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Fitbit announces the Versa 4 and Sense 2

Fitbit has unveiled their latest smartwatches with the Versa 4 and Sense 2.

The Versa 4 and Sense 2 are the successors to the watches that the company released back in 2020.

Fitbit Versa 4

Both watches are powered by a new version of Fitbit OS. The new OS will bring support for Google services like Google Maps and Google Pay and Wallet, so you can pay on the go.

Fitbit Sense 2

Like past Fitbit watches, the Versa 4 and Sense 2 are both compatible with Android and iOS. You’ll be able to get app and text notifications, glanceable alerts on both platforms but if you’re using Android, you’ll also get smart replies.

Fitbit Sense 2

The Versa 4 is thinner and lighter than the outgoing model but still retains the 6 days of battery life. There’s also fast charging support that get you 1 day of battery life in just 12 mins of charging.

While the Versa 3 has a capacitive side button, the Versa 4 has an actually side button and is now located on the left side of the device.

The Versa 4 also has more than 40 exercise modes along with real-time stats, built-in GPS and Active Zone Minutes.

Fitbit Versa 4

For the Sense 2, it comes with a new Body Response sensor that track continuous electrodermal activity (cEDA) which shows your stress levels during the day. The sensor uses your heart rate and skin temperature to give a stress level reading.

Fitbit Sense 2

For those that subscribe to Fitbit Premium, you can get a Daily Readiness Score that indicates to you when you’re at your physical best.

Those who purchase the Versa 4 and Sense 2, you’ll get six month free of Fitbit Premium.

The Fitbit Versa 4 and Sense 2 are available for pre-order today and ships in the next few weeks.

The Versa 4 is $299.95 CAD ($229.95 USD) and the Sense 2 is $399.95 CAD ($299.95 USD).

Source: Fitbit

By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is a talented and versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more. He started TheCanadianTechie back in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”.

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