The major upgrades here include a larger display, a new color option, and double the battery life. The Fit 2 has a 1. 1-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with curved glass that’s bigger than the 0. 95-inch screen on the first model.
That battery life is also a bit longer than the recently announced Fitbit Inspire 2 — another entry-level fitness tracker — which is rated for up to ten days of power on a single charge.
Compared to the original Fit, Samsung has managed to double the battery life on the new version, claiming up to 15 days.
For color options, Samsung is offering the device in either black or scarlet — a nice and bright departure from the underwhelming white and silver combination offered with the first Fit.
But given that its first-generation model retailed for $99, it’s safe to assume this new fitness tracker will cost around the same. is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company.
If Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 3 is a bit too over the top for your fitness goals, the company’s now offering a more basic alternative: the Galaxy Fit 2.
Compared to the original Galaxy Fit, the Fit 2 has longer battery life and a larger display.
Here comes yet another fitness tracker from Samsunghttps://t.co/TChgpJufVm— FutureShift (@futureshift) September 2, 2020