Two years after Google acquired Fitbit, the good ol’ wearable brand is back in the market with Sense 2 and Versa 4. The latter is a mid-range smartwatch that is largely similar to its predecessor with a few minor differences. So let’s get into the Fitbit Versa 4 specifications, features, availability, and expected price in Nepal.
Fitbit Versa 4 Overview:
Visually, the Versa 4 looks very similar to its predecessor, but Fitbit has made a few changes in the design. It still has an aluminum housing, but it is 15% lighter and 10% thinner than its predecessor, making it the lightest and thinnest iteration in the Versa line.
The Versa 4, like most Fitbit smartwatches on the market, comes in a variety of color options. It is available in three shades: graphite aluminum with a black strap, platinum aluminum with a blue strap, and copper rose aluminum with a rosewater strap.
Additionally, the haptic button from the previous model has been replaced with a more tactile mechanical one. The buttons are also brought up to make them easier to reach. As for the screen, it’s an AMOLED panel with AOD support.
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In terms of workouts, the Versa 4 has 40 of them baked into it—up from 20 on Versa 3—including new ones like CrossFit, dance, skiing, and HIIT. There’s also a GPS module built in that allows you to track your pace and routes while jogging or running.
It also provides a Stress Management Score based on heart rate data, heart rate variability, sleep, and physical activity. You can also use it in open water or a pool as it can withstand a 50-meter deep dive.
While the health-related features are similar to those of the Versa 3, the Versa 4 does introduce some new UI changes. It’s still Fitbit’s native skin, not WearOS, but it now has WearOS-inspired Tiles for customizable widgets. Unfortunately, this is only available for first-party apps.
There are also a few ‘Coming Soon’ Google features, such as Google Wallet and Google Maps. On-Wrist Bluetooth calls will also be available soon, allowing users to leave voicemails for callers since the wearable has both a speaker and a microphone.
Moreover, Fitbit claims the Versa 4 will stay up and running for up to 6 days on a single charge. Also, the smartwatch can get juiced up for one day in just 12 minutes of charging.
Fitbit Versa 4 Specifications:
- Dimensions: 38.1 x 38.1 x 11.43mm
- Materials: Aluminum case
Small Strap: 140-180mm
Large Strap: 180-220mm
- Water resistance: 5ATM
- Display: Touchscreen AMOLED
- Charge time (0-100%): ~120 minutes
- Sensors: Device temperature sensor, Multi-path, optical heart rate sensor, Built-in GPS + GLONASS, SpO2 sensor, Altimeter, 3-axis accelerometer, Ambient light sensor
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth
- Audio: Speaker, Microphone
- Compatibility: Android 10 or newer iOS 13.3 or newer
- Battery: 6+ days Lithium-polymer battery
- Colors: Black/Graphite aluminum, Waterfall Blue/Platinum aluminum, Pink Sand/Copper Rose aluminum, Beet Juice/Copper Rose aluminum
Fitbit Versa 4 Price in Nepal and Availability
The Versa 4 costs USD 229 and is currently available for pre-order from fitbit.com. If and when the Fitbit Versa 4 is released in Nepal, we expect it to cost NPR 35,000.
|Smartwatch||Price in the US||Price in Nepal (expected)|
|Fitbit Versa 4||USD 229||NPR 35,000|
- Meanwhile, check out our review of the Fitbit Versa 3.