American consumer electronics and fitness company Fitbit is rolling out Google Assistant support for Fitbit Sense and Versa 3 smartwatches in the US. The update will be rolled out in the US starting today. The new software update on the Fitbit smartwatches has added more new features to the watches, for example, the support for audible answers from Alexa.
Fitbit has revealed the Fitbit OS 5.1 update only for Sense and Versa 3 smartwatches. The users hoping to purchase the Fitbit Sense and Fitbit Versa 3 will get the option to pick between the two voice enabled assistants, for example, the Google Assistant and Alexa. This would likewise make Fitbit the first smartwatch to accompany dual voice assistant support.
Aside from that Google associate help, users will likewise have the option to get calls using the mic. The watch has an inbuilt speaker which would let users handle calls. The Fitbit has also revealed a voice-to-message highlight for Android users. Prior, users could just accept and reject calls from the smartwatch yet needed to use the phone to talk yet now they chat from the watch itself. The fresh update will also improve the blood oxygen (SpO2) readings on Fitbit Sense and Versa 3.
Fitbit Sense and Versa 3 are yet to show up in India. The organization had uncovered the Indian prices of the smartwatches. Fitbit Sense was reported in India for Rs. 34,999 while the Fitbit Versa 3 is going to be priced at Rs. 26,499. The Inspire 2 is slightly on the less expensive side as it will be priced Rs. 10,999.
The Fitbit Sense is the highly expensive smartwatch in the whole line-up. It accompanies some enhanced features. The smartwatch has an EDA sensor that is used in overseeing stress. According to the organization, no other smartwatch has this function till now. Aside from the stress finder, the Fitbit Sense additionally has an ECG application that can recognize heart-related issues. The organization says that it has the most progressive pulse detector technology introduced in the Fitbit Sense.
The Fitbit Sense likewise has a skin temperature sensor which noticed the body number cruncher of the user. Thinking about the pandemic noticeable all around, this is one of the main features that a smartwatch can have. Apart from this, the watch can also measure the breathing rate and the resting pulse that would be useful in detecting the early Coronavirus side effects. The Versa also has some interesting features including pulse checking, built-in GPS, and much more.