Last Updated on August 20, 2020 by Jude Simeone
Samsung Galaxy Fit Full Specifications – The long awaited Samsung Galaxy Fit that was announced back in March alongside the Fit e and the Galaxy Active has finally arrived in the US. The Galaxy Fit with a stunning stylish design is sleek and elegant, packed with a 6-axis gyroscope and accelerometer, and a heart rate sensor that collectively can tracks about 90 activities, while also having about a week-long battery life.
It’s no doubt an outstanding device – a serious challenger to the Inspire HR from Fitbit. We bring you the full specifications of this new beast.
Samsung Galaxy Fit Full Specifications
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|Device name||Samsung Galaxy Fit
|Device type||Fitness smartband|
|Released date||February, 2019|
|Display size||0.95 inch|
|Display resolution||120 x 240 pixel|
1 single button
|Dimension||44.6 x 18.3 x 11.2 mm|
|Screen protection||Corning Gorilla glass|
|Water resistant/Protection||Yes, 5ATM
|Memory card slot||No|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth v5.0 LE|
(Support charging dock)
|Heart rate monitoring||Yes|
|Menstrual cycle tracking||No|
|Under-water heart rate tracking||No|
|On-screen workout modes||No|
|Preloaded sport modes||Yes|
|Heart rate monitor (HRM)||Yes|
|Operating system (OS)||FreeRTOS|
|Chipset||MCU Cortex M33F|
|Type of battery||Non-removable Li-Polymer battery|
|Battery life||Standby: 10 days+
Mixed usage: 5 days+
|Charging type||Wireless charging
|Charging time||About 1-2 hours|
|Battery saver mode||No|
|Text response||Yes (preset replies)|
|Compatibility||Android 5.0+ RAM 1.5GB+
iPhone: iPhone 7+, iOS 10.0+
|Companion app||Samsung Gear app|
|Customizable watch face||No|
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Samsung Galaxy Fit Features
- Spectacular Design
- Impressive Battery Life
- Waterproof Rating
- Activity/Fitness Tracking
The Galaxy Fit comes in a decent appearance that’s quite stylish in every sense, featuring a sleek and slim case with a more interactive AMOLED powering the 0.95-inch display.
The aluminum casing used contributes mainly to its very little weight that you likely will forget it’s on your wrist.
Navigating the tiny display is quite easy via the touch supported display that’s accompanied by a single button by the side.
The straps made of silicone are very comfortable to wear and can be changed just in case you don’t like it, while Corning Gorilla mans the screen ensuring that accidental knocks won’t be a problem.
There’re a handful of watch faces to choose from. Although not the most stylish watch faces, but certainly gives you the option to change the look of the device.
The Galaxy Fit is available in black and silver colors and is priced at about $100.
The Galaxy Fit also features a decent lithium 120mAh lithium polymer battery which Samsung claims will last just about a week on mixed usage. It’s no doubt impressive and should see you through those extreme workout sessions.
Rated 5ATM, the Galaxy is ready for the water. You won’t have to worry when you’re caught up in the rain, as well as a perfect device for the job if you wish to track your swims in the pool or ocean.
The Galaxy Fit is also rated MIL-STD-810G – US military grade rating that ensures it’s a stronger device that should withstand a bit tougher temperatures.
The Galaxy Fit is a comprehensive activity tracker considering all the fitness tracking features.
It’s equipped with a 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, and a heart rate sensor that enables it to track about 90 different activities.
Out of these 90, it can automatically detect and track 6 of those while also giving you the option to choose your preferred workout activities (about 10).
While you sleep, the Galaxy Fit automatically tracks and analyzes your sleep in four stages, giving you insight that can be accessed via the Samsung Health app. It’s important to note that Samsung Health has improved extensively, and is no doubt a great app for managing your fitness goals effortlessly.
The Galaxy Fit lacks inbuilt GPS which doesn’t argue well for it. However, being able to track your runs, cycling activities, heart rate sensor, sleep, and about 90 activities makes it a great choice for comprehensive fitness tracking.
The Galaxy Fit is equipped with Bluetooth v5.0 and is compatible with both Android and iOS devices which upon successful pairing will keep you updated with all that matters to you. So, you never get to miss important notifications from both native and third-party apps on your phone.
With the Galaxy Fit, you can respond to calls via preset quick messages, as well the “do not disturb” feature that allows you to focus on your goals without distractions.
The Galaxy Fit also comes with NFC that supports Samsung Pay – a contactless payment system that makes it possible to make payment form the device on the go.