The Charge 3 features a 7-day battery life, improvements to health and workout features and advanced sleep tracking with an upcoming “Sleep Score” beta. The Charge 3 is said to be completely swim-proof and includes a touchscreen display.
The Charge 3 has a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 display, and a 40 percent larger OLED display than the Charge 2 and comes in aluminum case. Fitbit says that the Charge 3 has “the most advanced health and fitness features” on one of its trackers to date, including the addition of a relative SpO2 sensor that can estimate changes in blood oxygen levels to track new health indicators, like sleep apnea.
The Charge 3 is available to pre-order at $149.95 and there are twi special editions models a lavender Woven strap and a Rose Gold aluminium body or Frost White sport band and a graphite aluminium body both priced at $169.95.