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Fitbit Versa Review
The Fitbit versa review is the latest smartwatch in Fitbit’s flagship intelligent wearables. It’s almost identical to Sense, mostly in exercise tracking features, but differs in the number of health-related features, even for it’s cheaper than its sibling.
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Is it worth saving a little on the Versa 3? I tried the Fitbit smartwatch, and I will tell you all my impressions in this review.
A Design for All Types of Users of Fitbit Versa Review
With the first generation of its advanced Versa watch, Fitbit found a design in keeping with the potential audience for its most advanced device. The Fitbit Versa 2 improves and refines that idea with a slightly more rounded and visually appealing design, finished in aluminium in three shades: charcoal Gray, mist Gray, and copper pink.
That design, depending on the strap you choose to go with it (the strap removal system is fast, but the same does not happen to place them, in addition to the fact that it has seemed to me a less secure system than that of other watches on the market), it fits very well both in the purely amateur sports field and in that of street smartwatch devices.
A Powerful Mix of Great Battery and Superior Features of Fitbit Versa Review
Fitbit’s mass-appeal smartwatch is more attractive, but it’s not perfect.
The Fitbit Versa 3 is no lengthier than the business’s prize smartwatch, but it’s a much more complete offering with a reasonable price and excellent battery life.
When Versa launched Fitbit, it dubbed it the “crowd-appealing smartwatch,” and its health-focused Fitbit Sense watches that’s still the case today.
Fitbit has sought to bring us an even more attractive design, built-in GPS (previously only found on the Ionic), its latest heart rate monitoring technology to deliver more accurate health and fitness data, plus better ways to connect with your Versa.
The $229 puts it about the Apple Watch Series 3, making it cheaper than buying the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 (starting at $279) or the Apple Watch SE. We’ve been living with the Versa 3 for a while to see if Fitbit’s mass-appeal smartwatch still has broad appeal.
Design Software, Display, and Clock of Fitbit Versa Review
- Key Features of Fitbit Versa 3
- Works with Android and iPhone phones
- 24/7 fitness tracking and sleep monitoring
- Alexa smart voice assistant
- built-in GPS
- Pulsometers Pure Pulse 2.0
- always on display
- Water resistant to 50 meters
- Up to 6+ days of battery life
With the Ionic out of the image, Fitbit seems to have established a square watch look with gently curved limits and a curved glass screen to give it the feel of an Apple Watch.
It still feels like a smartwatch that’s an excellent option for women, but there are also enough looks and band combinations to give it a unisex appeal.
Smartwatch Features of Fitbit Versa Review
How well does the Versa 3 work as a smartwatch? We would say that, in general, quite well. We verified it with an iPhone and an Android phone and, apart from the odd sync issue, found it very adept at delivering those smartwatch staples. However, some promised features keep us waiting, which means it’s still not the whole experience.
Anything you can do on the Versa 2, you can get on the Versa 3. For example, you can see notifications, which you’ll have to put in the effort to set up in the Fitbit phone companion app to work correctly. Those notifications appear as soon as they’re on your phone, and you can swipe down from the watch face to see them. You can also reply with your voice, present messages, or an emoji if you have an Android phone. Again, it works well and is easy to respond to on the screen.
It still has a music player that works with your music, and you can store offline playlists from streaming services like Deezer. However, it’s still a clunky affair to put on that music. While Fitbit has added the ability to switch Spotify, it’s not the offline replay support many are undoubtedly craving.
A Design that Contrasts with Ionic.
- 39 x 39 x 9mm (approx.); 37g
- Aluminium body in three colours.
- Many strap options
The design of the Fitbit Versa couldn’t be more different than the Ionic. While the Ionic followed the Blaze with an angular design, the Versa packs curves into a smaller overall package. If you’re worried about watches being too bulky for your wrist, then the Fitbit Versa will likely fit the bill unless you’re after something the size of a penny.
Our Quick Review
So is the Fitbit Versa the smartest of smartwatches? No, it is not. But it’s a more brilliant Fitbit, meeting the needs of Fitbit fans by providing a little more interaction with your smartphone while giving you a rich set of health-tracking features.
The low price will broaden the Fitbit Verse’s appeal as a broadly ambitious smartwatch, as will the more compact design. But that size comes with compromises, especially regarding battery life, which is average to good for a smartwatch (such as the Orchard apple tree Watch or Huawei Watch 2 Sport ) but falls short of a week’s worth of smartphones. Best sports watches.
Fitbit Versa Hardware and Features
- color touch screen
- Monitor heartbeat
- Accelerometer, gyroscope, altimeter
But where the Versa’s design doesn’t deviate too much from the Ionic is in presenting a square display that’s colourful and bright.
Its interface is more attractive than Google’s Wear OS, but it’s also pretty simple. Unfortunately, it’s not the fastest UI, and since it’s a small face, it’s trying to do a lot. Put it next to the Apple Watch, and it looks like Fitbit needs to do more to speed up responsiveness, but let’s not ignore the fact that the Versa is much more affordable.
The three hardware buttons on the body provide control, but there’s also a full touch from this screen. The highlight, for us, is the use of detailed photos for activity screens, like running or swimming. Compare that to Garmin’s top-of-the-line sports watch, the Forerunner 935, and Fitbit’s menu system is much more interesting to look at.
Bluetooth Music on your Wrist and Mobile Payments
- Connect to headphones
- Easy Deezer sync over Wi-Fi
- Fitbit Pay (via NFC).
What Versa makes an offer, however, is an exciting music experience. It’s powered by a partnership with Deezer that will give you a free trial and an easy route to putting music on your watch. Fitbit has even put together some playlists so you can tap and let. It them sync (you need to be connected to Wi-Fi to do this), but the process is relatively easy.
The Fitbit Versa 3 is no lengthier than the business’s flagship smartwatch. If but it’s a much more complete offering with a reasonable price and excellent battery life. When Versa launched Fitbit, it dubbed it the “crowd-appealing smartwatch,” and its health-focused. A Fitbit Sense watches that’s still the case today. Fitbit has sought to bring us an even more attractive design, built-in GPS (previously only found on the Ionic). Its latest heart rate monitoring technology to deliver more accurate health and fitness data. At plus better ways to connect with your Versa.