Fitbit Versa Lite Review: Similar To Fitbit Versa But Cheaper

There are a number of cheap smartwatches out there in the market. in any case, both the Fitbit alternatives up until this point – that is the Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Ionic – are moderately costly, so the organization needs to change that with its Versa Lite. The Fitbit Versa Lite Edition is a new version of a year ago’s top of the line Fitbit Versa, however, accompanies a couple of highlights stripped away to guarantee a marginally lower cost. It’s not the least expensive smartwatch out there, yet it’s less than the initial selling price of the Versa and considerably less than the Ionic, possibly settling on it the best decision for your first smartwatch.

Design And Display

The Lite release is – nothing new – the company’s most lightweight smartwatch yet, in spite of the fact that we don’t as of now know the accurate size of the gadget. But, it appeared to be comfortable to wear, and this will be especially well if you have smaller wrists. It will be a great fit for you than the Fitbit Ionic was.

There’s a touchscreen on the front, we anticipate that it should have a resolution of 300 x 300 just like the Fitbit Versa. It appeared to be clear and bright in our testing time, yet Fitbit’s screen tech has never appeared as vibrant as the Apple Watch 4 or some Wear OS gadgets. The left-hand side of the watch contains the main button that you’ll be utilizing on the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, which will wake the watch prepared for you to push through the menus you have to see. The watch comes in white, lilac, mulberry and marina blue hues. Get it in one of the last two and the watch body will be a similar color.


You won’t get Fitbit Pay or have the capacity to transfer music to the Fitbit Versa Lite. To get those highlights you’ll need to purchase the Fitbit Versa Special Edition or the typical Fitbit Versa for those in Australia. The watch offers third-party applications along with the company’s apps. You can get notifications pushed from your smartphone to your Versa Lite, however, in addition to in case you’re on Android you’ll have the capacity to utilize smart replies as well.

Battery Life

Fitbit claims that the Versa Lite Edition will keep going for four days from a single charge, yet you’ll need to bear it that it will depend upon the amount you’re utilizing it. In case you’re continually utilizing it for exercises, you won’t get such extraordinary battery life.

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