Fitbit Versa 2 Health & Fitness Smartwatch
Fitbit Versa 2 is an amazing smartwatch available in Black – Carbon, Bordeaux, Blossom, copper Rose, Mist Grey and more. It runs on Android Wear and can rely on the reliability and precision of the manufacturer. The combination of a good battery and sensors makes it a very reliable product. Will satisfy even those who want to monitor the results achieved in their training.
Price History for Fitbit Versa 2 Heart Rate & Fitness Smart Watch - Carbon / Copper /Grey / Navy
|Current Price||£165.00||October 18, 2020|
|Highest Price||£165.00||October 11, 2020|
|Lowest Price||£165.00||October 11, 2020|
Last price changes
|£165.00||October 11, 2020|
Il display del vostro smartwatch ha il ruolo fondamentale di permettervi di mostrarvi le informazioni generate dal vostro device. La visibilità deve necessariamente adeguarsi alle condizioni di scarsa luminosità.
Un buon display, quello del Versa 2, che garantisce una risoluzione molto buona in una cassa rettangolare rivestita con un buon materiale. La diagonale, insieme alle dimensioni, rende versatile questo prodotto, valido per situazioni anche diverse tra loro, dalla corsa fino all’utilizzo per più ore durante il giorno, grazie anche alla protezione Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3.
Di solito gli smartwatch presenti sul mercato possono avere uno dei quattro tipi più diffusi di tecnologie per i display. Si tratta di LCD, tradizionali o Sharp Memory, E-Ink oppure OLED. Alcuni dispositivi potrebbero invece avere la tecnologia MEMS, sviluppata da Qualcomm, oppure essere AMOLED, la tecnologia sviluppata da Samsung.
Specifiche tecniche: processore, memorie
The architecture of a smartwatch is generally the ARM, an acronym that stands for ARM (Advanced RISC Machines), the most widespread on wearables. The processors mounted on these devices have smaller dimensions than those used on smartphones or computers, especially considering the size of a motherboard, as well as being less energy-intensive.
The hardware component that is available on Fitbit’s Versa 2 features a processor in line with market standards with a sufficient amount of RAM to support operations. To store data and files locally you can take advantage of the Saves 7 days of detailed motion data, minute by minute of space, which are useful for consulting files or documents even without a smartphone.
The case is able to be waterproof up to 50 meters.
Another very important feature to evaluate when purchasing the best smartwatch for your needs is its degree of waterproofing. This is marked by the initials IP (International Protection), followed by two numbers. the Figures indicate the level of certified protection for the device. The most popular acronyms on the market are IP67 and IP68. In the first case, the smartwatch is protected from water and dust, but can be immersed to a depth of up to 1 meter for 30 minutes. IP68, on the other hand, indicates a higher degree of protection (only compared to liquids): in this case, the watch can be immersed up to 3 meters for an hour. In addition, some devices are able to withstand greater depths. To understand how far you can go.
Battery and autonomy: all the details
This smartwatch is equipped with an excellent battery for this product, able to make you use the device for several hours before connecting it to the mains for charging. Fitbit’s chosen magnetic charging cable system allows this Versa 2 to recharge quickly.
Another aspect to analyze before buying a smartwatch is that related to battery life. It is difficult for a smartphone to last less than 24 hours, the average autonomy of the devices on the market varies from one to two days. For charging, however, it takes about three hours of time but it is not excluded that in some cases, especially with larger batteries, it takes longer.
Fitbit Versa 2 connectivity and sensors
This Versa 2 is particularly suitable for fitness lovers, thanks to the sensors chosen by Fitbit that allow you to easily and without problems monitor your workouts. The connection with the smartphone takes place via Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi 4 to use the wearable in the best possible way. This Fitbit Versa 2 is compatible with Android and iOS smartphones.
How you are going to use the smartwatch is of fundamental importance for the evaluation of its sensors. Many of the smartphones on the market have a standard sensor component consisting of an accelerometer, barometer and gyroscope, but some more specific functions may not be available.
Almost all smartwatches on the market are equipped with wireless chipsets that allow the device to exchange data with other devices, such as smartphones or PCs. Manufacturers like Qualcomm or the market leader MediaTek offer chipsets that are small enough to integrate technologies such as NFC, GPS or Bluetooth at the same time. The new WiFi protocol naming standards include: Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax), Wi-Fi 5 (IEEE 802.11ac) and Wi-Fi 4 (IEEE 802.11n).