The Samsung Galaxy Fit-e works with the FreeRTOS operating system and uses a monochrome PMOLED display. It connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth 5.0. According to the manufacturer, the 70 mAh battery will last for one week. The waterproof (5 ATM) case measures 40.2 x 16 millimeters and weighs 15 grams.
The tracker measures your sleep, and when you move, it supposedly intelligently detects the sport and records the corresponding data. Your pulse is permanently tracked and sent to your smartphone or trusted health app.
Samsung Galaxy Fit-e Features
The Galaxy Fit e, as already noted, features a 0.74-inch PMOLED monochrome display with a pixel count of 193 pixels per inch, a 70mAh battery, Bluetooth 5, a water resistance rating of up to about 40 metres and an accelerometer.
While the Fit e has a heart rate sensor, it only springs into action on-demand, like when one is exercising instead of being always on as is the case on other Samsung wearables, including the standard Galaxy Fit. This is so that the Fit e and its tiny battery is able to deliver on the week-long battery life that Samsung is promising.
It does not have GPS support.
Unlike other Samsung devices like the Galaxy Watch Active which was announced at the same time as the Fit and the Fit e which run on full-fledged Tizen, the Fit e is powered by Free RTOS which works well with the kind of architecture (MCU Cortex Mo) that the digital fitness bracelet is based on.