Samsung also introduced the Galaxy Fit and Fit E along with the Galaxy Watch Active. The company claims these are made for all types of fitness enthusiasts, from casual runners to athletes. It automatically starts tracking your activity when you walk, run, bike, row, use the elliptical trainer or start a dynamic workout.
You can also manually select from more than 90 different activities in the Samsung Health app, and Galaxy Fit will automatically start to track your chosen workout. The enhanced sleep analysis and smart stress management allow you to monitor your well being at any time of the day.
The Galaxy Fit comes with a simple and intuitive UX and user-friendly smart experience. You can receive alerts and messages or check the widget which includes information synced straight from your smartphone —like alarm, calendar or weather. When you travel to a new time zone, your Galaxy Fit will also automatically display a dual-clock watch face to make it easier to manage your schedule.
The Galaxy Fit comes with a 0.95-inch (120 x 240 resolution) Full-Color AMOLED display with 282 ppi. It packs 512KB internal RAM, 2048KB external RAM, 32MB external ROM. Connectivity features include NFC, Bluetooth and sensor include HRM, Accelerometer, Gyroscope. It packs a 120mAh battery and is 5ATM water resistance and MIL-STD 810G durable. It runs on Real time OS.
The Galaxy Fit E sports a 0.74-inch (64 x 128) PMOLED display with 193 ppi. It packs 128KB internal RAM, 4MB external ROM. Connectivity features include Bluetooth and sensor include HRM, Accelerometer. It packs a 70mAh battery is 5ATM water resistance and MIL-STD 810G durable and runs on Realtime OS. It measures 16 x 40.2 x 10.9 and weighs 15g. Both the activity trackers are compatible with Android 5.0 or above with more than 1.5GB RAM and iPhone 5 and iOS 9.0 or above.
The Galaxy Fit comes in black and Silver colors. It is priced at $99.99 (INR 7,108 approx.). It will be available from May 31st. While the Fit E comes in Black, White, Yellow colors. But its pricing is not revealed yet.