Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch: Full In-depth Review

A proper look at Fitbit's latest fitness tracker and first ever smartwatch that looks to rival the mighty Apple Watch

With its latest release, the Ionic, Fitbit has moved away from the fitness band wearables and more towards the smartwatches a la Apple Watch and Android Wear, offering gym goers some innovative new features that aren’t just centered around making you sweat, such as contactless payments, music playback and detailed sleep tracking.

Since it’s general release, I’ve been putting the smartwatch through its paces on the beach, in the pool and in the mountains to get a true feel for some of those much-touted new features, including its advanced SpO2 sensor for improved heart-rate tracking and water resistance for up to 50 meters.

It’s a slick, beautiful looking wearable with a gorgeous full color display. But is it enough to give the Apple Watch a run for its money?

Read the review and more info @Forbes

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