The Fitbit Versa 2 retains the Apple Watch-esque design we saw on the previous model along with rounded edges and a curved touchscreen. The case, available in a single 40mm size, is made using aero grade aluminum.
The AMOLED display on the Versa 2 is pretty colorful and crisp with a 300x300 pixels resolution, upto 1,000 nits brightness, and supports Always-On functionality.
Fitbit Versa 2 comes with built-in Alexa and Spotify support
Further, the Fitbit Versa 2 comes with built-in Alexa, Spotify integration, Fitbit Pay, and can last around five days on a single charge. As for refueling, it can fully charge in two hours.
The smartwatch also offers smartphone notifications, support for third-party apps, 24*7 heart rate tracking, breath analyzing, and personalized reminders.
Notably, it is compatible with both iOS and Android platforms.
It can also track 15+ exercise modes
The Versa 2 can track specific workouts like running, weightlifting, swimming and shows real-time stats as well as post-workout summaries.
It also monitors your heart rate, sleep time, restlessness, and breathing to analyze your sleep. For females, there is a dedicated feature that helps in tracking the menstrual cycle.
The company has also launched its Fitbit Premium fitness subscription at Rs. 819/month (Rs. 6,999/year).
What about pocket pinch?
The Fitbit Versa 2 is priced at Rs. 20,999 and is available in a single 40mm size. In the box, the company offers the case, a classic wristband (in both small and large sizes), and a charging cable.
There's also a Fitbit Versa 2 Special Edition which costs Rs. 22,999 and offers woven and classic wristbands along with 3-month free trial of Fitbit Premium.