The Ionic is Fitbit’s most modern device to date, featuring a colorful LCD touchscreen and advanced sensors. It also serves as the launch for some new Fitbit services, like a fully-fledged operating system called FitbitOS, contactless payment, and a subscription-based custom workout guide called Fitbit Coach.
The Ionic has a round face, but its 1.42-inch, 348 x 250 screen makes up for it. This is the best display I’ve seen on a smartwatch yet, and it provides a sumptuous canvas for FitbitOS. Coach is a useful app that sets the Ionic apart. Unfortunately, a lot of the other features Fitbit promised are either buggy or not yet ready.
Fitbit Ionic – Specs
348 x 250 pixels
Yes Muti -Touch
38.59mm x 12.2mm (width x thickness)
7 days of detailed motion data, Saves daily totals for past 30 days, 300 songs on device (2.5 GB of storage
WiFi antenna (802.11 b/g/n)
Lithium-polymer 4+ Days of battery life, 10+ hrs on GPS
Play Music via Wireless Bluetooth earphone or speakers
multi-sport tracking (running, rides, bike, hike mode, swimming, etc). Automatic sport tracking with its smart technology, guided breathing, built-in GPS, cardio fitness level, personal coaching, sleep monitor, NFC payment. Call and message notifications, music player, and social app notifications.
Charcoal/Smoke Gray, Slate Blue/Burnt Orange, Blue Gray/Silver Gray
Proprietary Interchangeable Bands
Small & large bands Charging cable Fitbit Ionic tracker