The Fitbit Charge 4 has finally been announced, bringing with it some huge upgrades to the brand’s biggest-selling activity band.
But how does it compare to the Fitbit Charge 3? Let’s have a look.
1. Fitbit Charge 4 vs Charge 3 – GPS makes it a standalone wearable
One feature we’ve been calling for Fitbit to add to its Charge bands for years is GPS – and now it’s finally here. While previous models, like the Charge 3, have relied on a connection to your smartphone for GPS, the Charge 4 build this directly into the band meaning you can run solo without sacrificing the quality of data.
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