RANK #34

Samsung Galaxy Fit

"The surprisingly affordable Samsung Galaxy Fit is a sleek, accurate fitness tracker with a lovely display, a simple interface, and long battery life."
As posted by pcmag.com

Pros

  • good waterproofing
  • comfortable to wear
  • Long battery life
  • Includes a heart rate monitor

Cons

  • Thick bezel
  • No GPS
  • Bad distance tracking

Product Details

Date First Available:
October 16, 2020

Overall Rating

81.0%
The overall rating was calculated based on 10441 customer and expert reviews from 16 review sites and 1 stores.
We analyzed the sentiments related to these top topics for Smartwatches:
  • 97.2%
    Design
  • 84.8%
    Comfort
  • 83.7%
    Fitness tracking
  • 90.9%
    Display
  • 81.0%
    Controls
  • 81.0%
    Connectivity
  • 81.3%
    Sleep Tracking
  • 91.4%
    Battery Life

Expert Reviews Rating

Excellent
2
Good
14
Fair
0
Poor
0
Bad
0

Customer reviews by store

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Expert Reviews

Our Samsung Galaxy Fit review will walk you through whether or not you should buy Samsung's new bare-bones fitness tracker.

Read more on androidauthority.com

Samsung has released two new fitness trackers, the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit-e. In our full review we look at the more expensive model and see if it can justify the additional cost

Read more on techadvisor.com

Pros

  • Lovely display, comfortable to wear, good waterproofing

Cons

  • Erratic heart rate monitor, no GPS, expensive when compared to rivals

The Samsung Galaxy Fit 2 is a slight upgrade to the original, but are all the adjustments in the right places?

Read more on techadvisor.com

The surprisingly affordable Samsung Galaxy Fit is a sleek, accurate fitness tracker with a lovely display, a simple interface, and long battery life.

Read more on pcmag.com

Pros

  • Affordable.
  • Accurate fitness tracking and heart rate monitoring.
  • Big, sharp display.
  • Long battery life.
  • Simple interface.
  • Smartphone notifications.
  • Sleek, lightweight design.

Cons

  • Big for small wrists.
  • Requires two apps.
  • Thick bezel.

Pros

  • Cheaper than its predecessor
  • Larger display
  • Improved battery

Cons

  • No GPS
  • Fiddly interface
  • Annoying strap clasp

The Galaxy Fit is fine for the step counting basics but falters when asked to track runs. You can get much better for a similar price.

Read more on trustedreviews.com

Pros

  • Screen bright enough for the outdoors
  • Some glass and metal parts
  • Good battery life

Cons

  • Slightly clunky interface nav
  • No GPS or Connected GPS
  • Distance tracking is poor
  • Fiddly strap

Thanks to good battery life and a strong screen the Galaxy Fit isn't terrible, but it falters in some key areas.

Read more on techradar.com

Pros

  • Color screen with solid brightness
  • Good battery life
  • Includes a heart rate monitor

Cons

  • Fiddly strap
  • Bad distance tracking
  • No GPS or connected GPS

Samsung’s going toe-to-toe against Fitbit’s Inspire HR with its own $99 fitness tracker -- the Galaxy Fit. It also has a heart rate monitor, can automatically detect six workouts, shows you all the notifications from your phone, and has a battery that can last for days -- all in a small package.

Read more on digitaltrends.com

The Samsung Galaxy Fit looks good and offers a great camera. Its low-res screen and relatively weedy CPU are disappointing but this Android smart phone is very affordable.

Read more on cnet.com

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