Fitbit unveils its first smartwatch – the Ionic – which runs a custom OS

August 28th, 2017   decode   Android 7.1

Fitbit is known for its fitness trackers, but now the company has decided to dive into the smartwatch deal. To do so, it developed its own custom OS – so this isn’t Android Wear, Tizen or anything you know so far. No, the Fitbit Ionic watch runs the Ionic OS.

That has its advantages – like multi-day battery life, more than four days on a charge. And if your exercise routine requires a lot of GPS tracking (GLONASS too), the watch is good for up to 10 hours of operation. Speaking of exercise, the usual training modes are available as well as swimming.

Fitbit Ionic smartwatch


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