The Samsung Galaxy Fit is available in two versions; a more equipped Galaxy Fit and a lower-end Galaxy Fit e. Each of these two is fitness-focused and has quite a long battery life. But the major difference between these two is that the Galaxy Fit has a more decent design and spots a richer display than the Galaxy Fit e. The Galaxy Fit also features preset quick replies that allow you reply to messages. In this comparison chart, we compare the Samsung Galaxy Fit vs Fit e to find out the differences and to help you make a more informed decision.
Samsung Galaxy Fit vs Fit e: Specifications Compared
Samsung Galaxy Fit Specifications, Features and Price
Samsung Galaxy Fit E Specifications, Features and Price
|ABOUT DEVICE||ABOUT DEVICE||ABOUT DEVICE|
|Device name||Samsung Galaxy Fit||Samsung Galaxy Fit E|
|Device type||Fitness smartband||Fitness smartband|
|Release date||June, 2019||June, 2019|
|Successor||Galaxy Fit 2||Galaxy Fit 2|
|Dimension||44.6 x 18.3 x 11.2 mm||40.2 x 16.0 x 10.9 mm|
|Weight||23 grams (excluding straps)||15 grams (excluding straps)|
|Strap size||20 mm||20 mm|
|Interchangeable strap||20mm, Yes||20mm|
|Screen protection||Corning Gorilla Glass 3||Corning Gorilla Glass|
|Water resistance||Yes, 5ATM||Yes, 5ATM|
|Swim-proof||Yes, recommended||Yes, recommended|
|Color||Black, White||Black, White, Yellow|
|Display size||0.95 inches||0.74 inch|
|Display type||AMOLED, Full color||Monochromic, PMOLED|
|Display resolution||120 x 240 px||128 x 64 pixel|
|Custom watch face||Yes||Yes|
|Input type||1 Physical button, Touchscreen||Touchscreen|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth v5.0||Bluetooth v5.0|
|GPS||(connected GPS), No||(connected GPS), No|
|Memory card slot||No||No|
|CELLULAR CONNECTIVITY||CELLULAR CONNECTIVITY||CELLULAR CONNECTIVITY|
|Third-party apps alert||Yes||Yes|
|Reply to Notifications||-||-|
|Pulse oximeter (SpO2)||No||No|
|ACTIVITY TRACKING||ACTIVITY TRACKING||ACTIVITY TRACKING|
|Heart rate monitoring||Yes||Yes|
|Underwater heart rate tracking||No||No|
|Battery type||Non-removable Li-ion battery||Non-removable Li-ion battery|
|Battery life||Regular: 7 days, Standby:10 days+||Regular: 7 days, Standby:10 days+|
|Charging type||Charging dock||WPC based wireless charging|
|Charging time||1-2 hours||1-2 hours|
|CPU||MCU Cortex M33F 96MHz / M0+ 16MHz||MCU Cortex M33F 96MHz / M0+ 16MHz|
|Companion app||Samsung Gear app||Samsung Gear app|
|Compatibility||Android 5.0+, iOS 10.0+||Android 5.0+, iOS 10.0+|
|Find my phone||Yes||Yes|
|Box content||Charger, Manual, Samsung Galaxy Fit, Straps||Charger, Manual, Samsung Galaxy Fit E, Straps|
What’s the Difference?
Both the Galaxy Fit and Fit e spot the same appearance and each is equipped with a heart rate sensor and accelerometer that enables 24/7 heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, steps and calorie counting. Both smartbands lack inbuilt GPS but can map your routes and locations when you carry your phone along.
You will need the Samsung Wearable app to setup and manage each of these two. And you will also need the Samsung Health app to view full details of tracked metrics like your sleep, heart rate, calories, steps and routes and locations recorded during an outdoor workout. Note that you must carry your phone along to track routes and locations during an outdoor workout. Both smartbands also come with 90 preloaded sports modes and can remind you to move if you sit idle for too long.
Both smartbands also have the same battery life of about 7 days. Although from my experience, I get about 5 days with the Galaxy Fit.
However, there are a few differences between the Galaxy Fit and Fit e which are stated below.
- The first difference you notice between these two is that the Galaxy Fit has a more colorful display. It has an AMOLED display compared to the monochrome PMOLED display of the Galaxy Fit e. The Galaxy Fit also has a slightly bigger display size than the Galaxy Fit e. In other words, you get to see more at a glance on the 0.95-inch display of the Galaxy Fit than on the 0.74-inch display of Fit e.
- Both smartbands will alert you via vibration when you receive messages on your smartphone. However, while you can reply to messages with quick replies on the Galaxy Fit, the Galaxy Fit e lacks the ability to reply to messages. The ability to reply to messages brings a lot of conveniences if you don’t always move around with your phone.
- As a result of the bigger and more colorful display and the ability to reply to messages, the Galaxy Fit is priced higher than the Galaxy Fit e.
Bottom line, the Galaxy Fit is a more equipped smartband than the Galaxy Fit e. It has a more colorful display and allows you to reply to messages.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Fit e is a cheaper alternative.