Fitbit releases the Charge 4 fitness tracker

The new model features built-in GPS and a new Active Zone Minutes feature.
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Fitbit Charge 4

Fitbit has announced the latest version of its popular fitness tracker with the release of the Charge 4. The new model now has built-in GPS to track your pace and distance in real-time and they've also added a collection of GPS-enabled exercise modes that are tailored to activities such as hiking, running, or walking. It will also mark the debut of a feature called Active Zone Minutes, which uses its 24/7 heart rate tracking technology to analyze your daily activities to help you meet your daily and weekly goals. Other notable features include a battery life of up to seven days, sleep tracking, and Spotify controls. 

$149, fitbit.com

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