Fitbit Charge 5 comes with an ECG, EDA and many more sensors, brighter Always On display

The Fitbit Charge 5 was unveiled today with an impressive array of sensors. This is the company’s first band-style fitness tracker with an ECG feature. Just touch your finger to the metal frame and hold for 30 seconds – the band will be able to detect Atrial Fibrilation (AFib). Note that this feature will be enabled some time after launch.

Fitbit Charge 5 in Black/Graphite, Lunar White/Soft Gold and Steel Blue/Platinum

The Charge 5 also has a skin temperature sensor as well an an EDA sensor (ElectorDermal Activity, aka galvanic skin response), which allows it to track your…

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