Fitbit Sense is rated as the most advanced Fitbit has ever launched so far. As a flagship-class product, Fitbit Sense is equipped with a variety of advanced hardware and features that of course remain focused on health.
One of them is the Electrodermal Activity (EDA) sensor which is useful for monitoring the user's stress level. The way it works is simple. Simply place your palm on the screen, and the EDA Scan app will measure your stress level through sweat.
Fitbit Sense is also equipped with an ECG (electrocardiogram) sensor to detect signs of heart rhythm disturbances. There is also a Skin Temperature sensor which, as the name implies, can detect early symptoms of fever and monthly cycles in women. Not to forget, Fitbit buried an SpO2 sensor to measure oxygen levels in the blood.
Not just a health monitoring feature, Fitbit Sense is armed with other more general features such as GPS and sports modes with more than 20 types of exercises. This smartwatch has a built-in speaker and a microphone for easy communication with other people or with digital assistants such as Google Assistant.
Fitbit Sense has an AMOLED screen that is protected by Gorilla Glass 3 and is equipped with an Always-On mode. The battery is claimed to last more than 6 days. With the fast charging feature, users are promised only need to charge for 12 minutes to get a full day of battery life.
The smartwatch with a water-resistant body to a depth of 50 meters is planned to be distributed in September 2020. For those who are interested, the Fitbit Sense retails for US$330