As the successor to 2016's Fitbit Charge 2, US-based Fitbit has launched its Charge 3 in India.
The new fitness tracker starts at Rs. 14,999 and comes with a touchscreen display, swim tracking mode, and other fitness-related features.
The company has also launched a special edition which comes with NFC-based payments support and costs Rs. 15,999.
Here's our roundup of Fitbit Charge 3.
Fitbit Charge 3: At a glance
The Fitbit Charge 3 features an all new black-and-white touchscreen screen, cased in a aluminum body and protected by Gorilla Glass 3 screen.
The new wearable is water resistant up to 50 meters and can last up to 7 days on a single charge.
Notably, Fitbit has opted for an "inductive button" over a physical one to offer haptic feedback.
Fitbit Charge 3 features an upgraded heart-rate sensor, SpO2 sensor
Fitbit features an upgraded heart rate sensor and comes with a SpO2 sensor for monitoring blood oxygen levels.
In addition to a dedicated "Swim Mode", the wearable offers 15 goal-based exercise modes and connected GPS (via your phone).
Further, later this year, Fitbit will roll-out a Sleep Score beta feature which uses heart-rate tracking to monitor the quality of sleep.
The Charge line-up is Fitbit's most popular franchise
So far, Fitbit has sold 35 million devices under its Charge franchise. According to the CEO, with Charge 3, the company "gives existing users a compelling reason to upgrade, while also reaching to new users who want a sleeker wearable in a tracker form factor."