The introduction of the Fitbit Forever, the Versa series made its debut last year and this year it expanded its reach by launching the Fitbit Versa Lite and the Fitbit Versa 2, which is the focus of today’s analysis.
A term that requires no description is Fitbit. The organization is known for its exercise monitoring systems intended to help people live a more productive (and healthy) life by extension. Although the fitness wearables group, owned by Google at the time of writing this article, has a range of fitness wearables in its ecosystem, such as the Charge series, Alta series, and the Inspire series, With his Versa collection, he ventured into the smartwatch market.
Fitbit Versa 2 Display:
Fitbit has made significant changes to its Versa 2 smartwatch compared to its original Fitbit Versa smartwatch. The Fitbit Versa comes with an LCD. On the other hand, the Fitbit Versa 2 comes with an LED display. This design change not only makes the Versa 2 brighter but also slightly more beautiful than its successor. Fitbit claims that the performance of the Versa 2 is 8.5 percent larger than that of the Versa.
If the normal brightness levels are not right for you, you can move them up a notch or a notch using the brightness settings on the board.
Fitbit added a new Always-on-Display (AoD) feature to the Versa 2. Having the AoD feature on board is amazing. This ensures that you do not have to press the screen or press the side button to check the time each time. While the AOD feature onboard is a great (and very helpful) new addition to Versa-Versa, you can’t customize it like clock faces.
The Fitbit Vice 2 looks a lot different from the reveal of the Fitbit Versa last year. While it follows the basic form, which involves a square-esque anodized aluminum dial with soft edges, the final design varies.
This budget is similar to the Fitbit Versa Lite, which was launched in India earlier this year. Both the Versa 2 and the Versa Lite share a similar square design with the button on the left side of the same dial. In the case of Vera Lite, this button helps to navigate the screen, in the case of Versa 2 it does more. In the case of Fitbit Versa 2, this small button also activates Alexa.
Yes, we are talking about the same Amazon Virtual Virtual Assistant that can interact with Echo speakers. But unlike eco-smart speakers, Alexa is limited in its capabilities here. But we will review this later.
Coming back to the design, behind the dial is a herd of sensors that measure your vitality. There is a charging port that connects to Fitbit’s proprietary charger to speed up the process. Versa 2 comes with soft silicone straps. Aluminum casing and silicone dial together make the smartwatch lightweight as well as very comfortable to wear.
Apple’s smartwatches are one of the best on the market. A nut that Apple has not yet cracked can measure battery life in a few days, if not weeks. This is the (second) area beyond Fitbit. In the case of Verbit 2. Fitbit claims to provide four days of battery life. In our experience, the Fitbit Versa 2 offers four days of battery life depending on your usage.
If you put more pressure on devices and apps and notifications to answer calls and long-ish exercise routines, you can expect the Versa 2’s battery life to be up to three days, which in my opinion is a smartwatch. This is great as it always tracks not only the on-display feature but also your sleep.
When it comes to charging, the Fitbit Versa 2 takes 1.5 hours to fully charge and consumes 30 percent of the first 20 minutes of charging when the battery is fully charged. Fitbit will send you regular notifications when your smartwatch battery is running low so it probably won’t come at that time. The app will send you notifications when your battery gives your smartwatch too much time to charge.
The only qualification I have is that Fitbit includes a charger without a charging plug. Which is standard with all the Fitbit fitness trackers and smartwatches you may not be aware of. This means that you need your phone’s USB charger to charge your smartwatch.