Samsung’s Galaxy Fit-e appears on Albanian website ahead of release

Enrique, 26 April 2019

Back in February, Samsung announced several devices at its unpacked event including the Galaxy S10 trio, Galaxy Watch Active, as well as an entry-level fitness band among them: the Galaxy Fit-e. It’s a basic fitness tracker with no smartwatch features for a low cost to customers.

According to a report from Android Pit, the fitness tracker will be coming to the United States on May 21 for a retail price of $35. The band isn’t available anywhere yet, but Samsung’s Albania website has the wearable listed.

As per the listing, the Galaxy Fit-e will come in black, white, and yellow. The Fit-e can track your workouts, heart rate, step count, and can perform sleep tracking as well. It has a 70mAh battery on-board and is estimated to last about 6 to 7 days with regular use. It has a 0.74-inch monochrome POLED display and can display notifications and show incoming calls.

Samsung has had much success with fully-featured smartwatches since the Gear S and the lower-tier Gear Fit. With the Galaxy Fit-e, Samsung is now competing against a slew of Chinese-made low-cost fitness bands like Huawei and Xiaomi. We wonder how Samsung will set the Fit-e apart from its Chinese competitors.

Check out the Source link for the Galaxy Fit-e's full product description.

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Reader comments

  • imadous
  • 29 Apr 2019
  • rpg

I also own a Miband 3 and i gotta say, if you start turning on features (such as better sleep monitoring) and others the battery will not last you 20 days i won't sometimes even last a week. so it's all about what features you turn on. it's a questio...

  • AnonD-762416
  • 28 Apr 2019
  • JbS

Because you maybe wants better sensors that at least counts half of your steps right and your heart rate within the correct hundreds?

  • ThePublisher
  • 27 Apr 2019
  • q5G

6-7 day battery life kills it. My $25 Mi Band 3 gets 20+ days. Why on Earth would I want a third of that.

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