Galaxy Fit and Fit e fitness wearables launched in India
Samsung has launched the Galaxy Fit and Fit e (review) duo in India. Both new smart fitness wearables were announced back in February alongside the Galaxy S10 smartphones. The affordable bands come with improved fitness tracking features and lightweight designs.
Price and specifications
The Galaxy Fit sports a 0.95-inch full color AMOLED display and comes with 2MB RAM and 32MB storage. The device houses a 120 mAh battery with NFC wireless charging support. It supports notifications for new messages and voice calls from your phone and also has reply functionality. The band also syncs the Do Not Disturb setting of your phone.
The Galaxy Fit e, on the other hand, gets a smaller 0.74-inch PMOLED display and also packs a smaller 70 mAh battery. While the Fit e does support notifications from your phone, you cannot respond to them. Both devices have military-grade durability and are water resistant up to 50 meters.
The fitness bands can track activities such as walking, running, and biking using an array of sensors that include a gyroscope (only on the Galaxy Fit), accelerometer and a heart rate monitor. The Galaxy Fit tracks up to six activities using its Auto Workout Tracking feature, whereas the Fit e detects only three. However, both of them have Samsung Health support that enables tracking of more than 90 different activities. The devices also come with enhanced sleep analysis and smart stress management.
Galaxy Fit sales start today, Fit e from July 1
The Galaxy Fit and Fit e are priced at Rs. 9,990 and Rs. 2,590 respectively in India. The Galaxy Fit is available in silver and black colors, while the Galaxy Fit e comes in black, white and yellow colors. The former is available to buy starting today on Samsung e-Shop, Flipkart and Myntra, as well as Samsung Opera House in Bangalore. The Fit e, meanwhile, will be available for pre-order on Flipkart on July 1. General sales begin on July 5 on Flipkart, Myntra and Samsung e-Shop. It will also be available in select offline stores after July 19.