Fitbit Ionic: Strong smartwatch with app question marks

As expected after the acquisition of several smartwatch manufacturers, Fitbit has left its original wristband behind it and presented a Smartwatch: the device listens to the name Ionic , delights at first glance qua design and is aimed at the second through its sensor technology (Including GPS and new pulse oximetry sensor). As expected, the main focus is on fitness applications (PurePulse, Fitbit Coach) that run under the in-house FitBit OS operating system , which is why there should be only a handful of apps available to external developers – here the Achilles heel of the Ionic should lie. Either way, the Fitbit Smartwatch is scheduled to go into stores in October for $ 300.



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