Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch Review: Is it worth it?

Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch Review: Is it worth it?
Fitbit has become a brand in the Smartwatch industry in a very short time.
It has launched some really great smartwatches in recent years like
FitbitIonic, Fitbit Lite and Versa.

Today we are going to do a complete review of Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch:

We will explain how Versa 2 is different from previous Fitbits and other smartwatches in the market.
Fitbit OS
Screen size
0.987 x 0.987
Battery Life
5 days (Max)
Charging time
2 hours (0-100)%
IOS 11+, Android 7.0+
NFC, WiFi, Bluetooth
ü  High Battery life
x No Built-in GPS
ü  24/7 Sleep/Heart rate tracking
ü  Amazon Alexa
Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch Review

The screen of Fitbit versa 2 is brighter than previous Fitbits and other random smartwatches, the beautiful glass cover and design gives it a smooth and premium look. A non-protrude bigger optical sensor on the bottom makes the watch more comfortable on the wrist.

The screen display is much clearer and brighter. A mic is present to operate Alexa which allows you to set up alarms and reminders, send texts. The faster Fitbit processor helps in loading apps faster and making the touch screen responsive.

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The FitbitOS that runs the watch is clean, simple and very easy to use. Fitbit has a history of launching good fitness products and trying to dominate the wearable and smartwatch market that’s why it is improving its products day by day. Heart rate, steps covered and sleep tracking are the most accurate as compared to other smartwatches.

Fitbit Versa 2 battery life is rated for 5+ days so if you are looking for a fitness tracker with longer battery life then get it.

Like Apple smartwatches the Versa 2 also has a feature of voice commanding and virtual keyboard options for responding to incoming Whatsapp and other messages. You can even reply with your voice, Versa 2 can pick your words to almost 85-90% accuracy which is nice as compared to other smartwatches in the industry.

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Why you should buy Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch?

So why you should buy Versa 2 and how it is different from other smartwatches in the market.

Here is a short summary of the main features and specs of the watch:

Health Tracking: The Fitbit Versa 2 smartwatch has 24/7 heart rate tracking feature which accurately tracks your heart rate. It also tracks burned calories, exercises data and sleep rate. The sleep rate helps in improving your sleep quality and timing every night.  

Battery Life: It has a long battery life rated for 5 days, enjoy maximum features of a smartwatch for multi-days. If we compare its battery life to giants like Apple, the Apple smartwatch can last for only a day and a half, Samsung and Huawei batteries can go for 3 days. With a battery of 5 days, Fitbit has proved its capability to dominate the industry.

Swim Proof: The Fitbit Versa 2 is a swim-proof (water-resistant to 50 meters), the watch also tracks the swim data.

Temperature Requirements: The smartwatch works at -20° C to 60° C, the maximum altitude for the watch is 28,000 Feet.

Alexa: The Versa 2 also supports Alexa digital assistant, you can ask your questions via voice but it can’t respond you the same way, you will have to check the screen because it doesn’t have a speaker.

Pic Credit: The Verge

Final Conclusion:

In the same price the Versa 2 can be a great choice for your wrist, as mentioned earlier it has Alexa digital assistant which works well. The Fitbit Versa 2 is rated IPX68 so it can survive underwater to 50 meters for 30 minutes. It can be a good swimming partner.

With a price of $195 the versa 2 is a great Smartwatch as compared to Samsung, Ticwatch and Huawei’s top smartwatches. It has almost all features which a good smartwatch should have. In this price range you can’t get a better fitness partner for yourself. The versa 2 is a great and much better smartwatch at sleep and fitness tracking.

Some time ago Google launched the WearOS to dominate the smartwatch market but the plan was a failure. On the other hand, the Fitbit is improving its OS, competing with Apple and slowly dominating the wearable and smartwatch industry.
This is the reason Google wants to buy it.