Review: Fitbit Versa 2 Smart Watch

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Rating 4/5

Today we are going to review  Fitbit Versa 2. Fitbit versa 2 review will be based on its specification, performance and it’s user experience. As earlier, we have reviewed other watches like Movado tr90, etc…

Fitbit, the American wellness wearables organization that was as of late obtained by Google, faces a genuine test from Chinese rivals in India. While Fitbit has been around for significantly longer than its adversaries, that doesn’t ensure accomplishment in the market. Organizations, for example, Amazfit have propelled a few items in the course of the most recent year, the majority of which offer a larger number of highlights and cost not exactly Fitbit items. No item is going to feel the warmth as much as the Fitbit Versa 2 since it is one of the most costly of the organization’s wearables in India. Could the Versa 2 interpretation of the solid rivalry? How about we discover in this audit.

Fitbit Versa 2 Health & Fitness Smartwatch with Heart Rate, Music, Alexa Built-in, Sleep & Swim Tracking, Black/Carbon, One Size (S & L Bands Included) (Black/Carbon). Now let do Fitbit versa 2 review and dive in-depth what it is actually? Does it worth it to buy? 


Box ContentsSmart Watch, Micro USB Cable, Warranty Card, User Manual
ModelVersa 2
Water ResistanceYes IP Certified


GpsYes with A-GPS
Ir GestureYes


Calories Intake BurnedYes
Activity InactivityYes
Sleep QualityYes
Active MinutesYes
Heart RateYes
Hours SleptYes


Wirless ProtocolYes Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n
NavigationYes Turn-by-turn navigation
BluetoothYes v4.0
Usb ConnectivityNo


Receive CallYes
Make CallYes
Voice ControlYes


Body MaterialAluminium
Changeable StrapsYes
Clock FaceDigital
Shape SurfaceRectangular, Flat
ColoursBlack, Grey, Pink


Display TechnologyAMOLED
Touch ScreenYes Capacitive Touchscreen


Charging Modevia USB
Charging TimeUp to 2 Hours


Compatible OsAndroid,iOS


Alarm ClockYes
Goal SettingYes
Social IntegrationYes


Incoming CallYes
Calendar ReminderYes
Text MessageYes
Google HangoutYes
Google VoiceYes


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Personal conclusion

The Versa 2 holds a large portion of the plan components from its forerunner. The ‘squircle’ body makes a rebound and is as alluring as could be. It’s taller and thicker than the Versa yet it doesn’t feel like it. Fitbit has tempered the edges all around and settled on a solitary catch format rather than the three on the first, and the general impact is very satisfying to the eye.

In any case, it’s where the Versa 2 truly sparkles. It weighs similarly as light as the first, coming in at 38 grams, and sits pleasantly even on the daintiest of wrists. The default silicone lash that accompanies the Versa 2 games smooth surfaces and doesn’t irritate the skin excessively.

Furthermore, in the event that the default tie doesn’t make you happy, at that point, you have a wide decision of Versa lashes accessible at genuinely sensible costs. Despite the fact that swapping them with the finicky pin framework can be somewhat of a torment.

The new AMOLED show on the Versa 2 looks incredible, is and one of our preferred redesigns on the smartwatch. It’s a major move from LCD and as you can expect, everything just looks better. Hues pop more, blacks are more profound and the battery efficiencies that accompany a LED show put a cherry on a dazzling presentation.

There are thick bezels encompassing the screen, however, the profound blacks of the AMOLED show mix in pleasantly around the edges and discredit the massive impact. The showcase is very responsive as well, making route and swiping through applications a flat out a breeze.

Another advantage of an AMOLED screen is the capacity to have an Always in plain view, mitigating the need to raise your wrist when you have to look at that point. This is effortlessly empowered through fast settings and will show the time alongside battery information, dynamic minutes and steps taken.

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