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Samsung Galaxy Fit Specifications, Features and Price

(6 customer reviews)

$99.99 $69.00

  • Release date:: June, 2019
  • Display:: 0.95 inch, AMOLED, 120 x 240px
  • Body:: 23 grams, Aluminum
  • Battery Life:: 120mAh, 5days+
  • Compatibility:: Android 5.0+ and iOS 10.0+

EDITOR’S RATING

Design:3.8 out of 5 stars (3.8 / 5)
Battery:3.8 out of 5 stars (3.8 / 5)
Fitness tracking:3.8 out of 5 stars (3.8 / 5)
Features:3 out of 5 stars (3.0 / 5)
Price:3.3 out of 5 stars (3.3 / 5)
Average:3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)

Last updated on February 9, 2020 9:42 amCompare

Samsung Galaxy Fit Full Specifications and Features – The Galaxy Fit is the latest fitness smartband from Samsung, and just like previous smartbands from this brand, the Galaxy Fit is lightweight featuring AMOLED display with touchscreen support. The Galaxy Fit is a comprehensive fitness tracker as its well equipped with all the standard sensors which includes accelerometer, gyroscope and heart rate monitor.

The Galaxy Fit automatically tracks 6 activities, while you can preset about 10 activities out of the 90 preloaded activities. It’s able to auto track your sleep patterns, stress, calories, and steps.

The Galaxy Fit integrates with devices; Android 5.0+ and iOS 10.0+ to keep you connected to all that matters to you. As well as being able to send preset messages and “Do not disturb” feature. It comes with NFC chip that supports Samsung Pay as well as rated 5ATM with MIL-STD-810G – a US military grade rating that makes this device a durable smartband that can go the extra mile. In addition, it has a quite impressive long battery life that lets you go long on a single charge.

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Features

  • 0.9 inches AMOLED interactive and lively display.
  • 90 preloaded sport modes, and is able to auto track 6 activities.
  • Up to 3 days or more battery life.
  • Customizable watch face and interchangeable straps with 20mm width.
  • Tracks your steps, distance, sleep, stress, heart rate and calories.
  • Keeps you connected to all that matters to you, so you never get to miss important updates.
  • Allows you to send preset messages as replies to calls and otherwise, as well as the “Do Not Disturb” feature that lets you focus on what matters most to you.

Pros

  • Lightweight design.
  • Long battery life
  • Swim-proof and durable.

Cons

  • Lacks microphone.
  • Lacks onboard music storage.
ABOUT DEVICE

ABOUT DEVICE

Device name

Samsung Galaxy Fit

Device type

Fitness smartband

Gender

Unisex

Release date

June, 2019

Predecessor

Successor

Versions

BODY

BODY

Dimension

‎44.6 x 18.3‎ x 11.2 mm

Weight

23 grams (excluding straps)

Shape

Rectangular

Case material

Aluminum

Strap material

Silicone

Bezel material

Ceramics

Strap size

22 mm

Screen protection

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

Water resistance

Yes, 5ATM

Durability test

MIL-STD-810G

Swim-proof

Yes, recommended

Color

Black, White

DISPLAY

DISPLAY

Display size

0.95 inches

Display type

AMOLED, Full color

Display resolution

120 x 240 px

Pixel density

Always on

Yes

Custom watch face

Yes

Input type

1 Physical button, Touchscreen

CONNECTIVITY

CONNECTIVITY

Bluetooth

Bluetooth v5.0

Bluetooth calling

No

GPS

No

NFC

Yes

Wi-Fi

No

MEMORY

MEMORY

RAM

2MB

ROM

32MB

Memory card slot

No

CELLULAR CONNECTIVITY

CELLULAR CONNECTIVITY

Technology

None

SIM type

None

Band

NOTIFICATIONS

NOTIFICATIONS

SMS alert

Yes

Calls alert

Yes

Email alert

Yes

Event reminder

Yes

Third-party apps alert

Yes

MEDIA

MEDIA

Audio

No

Bluetooth music

No

Loudspeaker

No

Microphone

No

Camera

No

Radio

No

SENSORS

SENSORS

Accelerometer

Yes

Altimeter

No

Ambient light

Barometer

Compass

ECG

No

Gyroscope

Yes

HRM

Yes

Pulse oximeter

No

Thermometer

No

Other sensors

ACTIVITY TRACKING

ACTIVITY TRACKING

Blood oxygen

No

Blood Pressure

No

Calories

Yes

Distance

Yes

ECG tracking

No

Fitness Level

Heart rate monitoring

Yes

Sleep tracking

Yes

Steps

Yes

Stress

Yes

Incidental fall detection

No

Menstrual cycle

No

VO2 Max

Yes

Swim-tracking

Yes

Swim-heart tracking

No

On-screen workout

No

Sport modes

90

BATTERY

BATTERY

Battery type

Non-removable Li-ion battery

Battery capacity

120mAh

Battery life

Regular: 5 days+, Standby:10 days+

Charging type

WPC based wireless charging

Charging time

1-2 hours

Solar power

No

PLATFORM

PLATFORM

Chipset

CPU

MCU Cortex M33F 96MHz / M0+ 16MHz

GPU

Operating system

RTOS

MISC

MISC

Companion app

Samsung Gear app

Compatibility

Android 5.0+, iOS 10.0+

Payment system

Samsung Pay

Interchangeable strap

Yes, 22mm

Voice command

No

Find my phone

Yes

Box content

Charger, Manual, Samsung Galaxy Fit, Straps

6 reviews for Samsung Galaxy Fit Specifications, Features and Price

  1. Honest Reviewer

    Pros:__________• Water resistant works. I tested this in the pool and in the shower, and it’s still running. One helpful option they provided was a water lock setting in the fit. This setting prevents the screen from activating when water hits it. No issues yet.• Super lightweight and comfortable. The strap is silicone and doesn’t feel cheap.• Gorilla glass screen is a plus. When you buy something like this, it’s good to have a least some form of upgraded glass.• I love the screen. Its AMOLED brings out not only the brightness but vivid colors and deep blacks. On a sunny day, I was able to view this without any issue of glares or poor viewing angles. Very colorful and sharp, well done.• Also with better sharpness, I find it easier quickly distinguish certain datasets when I’m working out (Both cardio and weights).• Very low profile. It will not turn heads and that’s what a fitness tracker should do. You use it to work out, not to socialize.• I have small-medium size wrists, and this tracker size is small enough to hide under my shirt cuffs,• Daily use I’m happy to say it’s not a dust magnet. Both the device and the strap.• I know you can customize your strap look, but you’ll need to pay for the additional straps.• The software is very simplistic. Only one, tiny, button on the Fit, and a majority of the interaction is on the screen.• It’s insane how much you can do in this tiny thing. You can easily add and arrange widgets, using the app, and you can manage the apps that send notifications to the tracker, so you won’t get bombarded. You can even get notified if you’ve been sitting too long. What I found very impressive is that you can choose from 90 different workout sessions (no I haven’t tried them all). Not only that but when I’m doing my cardio run, the fit will automatically detect it.• I found the heart rate monitor sport on. I used the 10-minute feature instead of the consistent use in order to save battery life.• The health app overall I the same if you ever used a Fitbit or any fitness app. A lot of info, graphs, and workout history. The more info is the better.• Quick Bluetooth connectivity.• One more feature I admire is the auto –pause. This works most if you’re in the city and you have to stop and wait to cross the street. This feature will recognize when you’re stopping and going. I don’t live that deep in the city, but I can see this help to those who are.Cons and Oks:__________• You have to spend some time customizing your screen because, without the proper organization, your notifications will get cramped.• A big letdown that there is no GPS tracking.• Another big letdown there is no storage of music. I hate running with my phone, but if you want GPS and music, you have no choice.• It’s a beautiful screen, but it’s still small. Many times my data or notifications would be cut on screen, because of how long it was (which were not long in the first place).• You’re given so many features, it was a little disappointing that the watch feature is very limited. It’s very basic.• You can read larger notifications, but you’re going to be swiping forever. The goal I believe is to interact with this fit as little as possible. Issues like these, contradict it.• For me, it took some time in getting used to removing the band because of how it was locked in place.• To light up the screen you need to press the button, but overtime doing this I start wishing if I could just touch the screen to light it up. It’s a small issue that is growing to be a nuisance. But note that if you raise your hand, the screen will turn on, but not all time, especially if I’m lying in bed.• The sleep tracker is decent. Nothing really special, but I did notice a couple of times the fit began tracking my sleep before I was asleep. Laying down watching TV or reading for a decent amount of time will trick the system. But still, almost all fitness tracker do this.• Working out 4 days a week (2 cardio run, 2 Weights), each an hour long, I’m getting close to five days of battery life. I know Samsung states a week, but I think this only applies to those who just want to track basic fitness (walking, maybe a little jog, but that’s it).• No wireless charging. With Samsung’s S10 charging feature, I’ve would of expect this to fall right in, but no.Bottom Line:__________If you like to run then this may be down your alley. I admire the quality built, as it’s sturdy and light. The screen is beautiful and you’re given as much data as you want. From heart rate, sleeping, distance, calories burned, and so on, the Fit is the nail on the coffin in what it can provide.Someone who lifts weights, I found this not the best tool because if you’re not doing your training with both arms at the same time, then the accuracy of this fit will be cut in half. Even with its 90 workout programs, this fitness tracker still faces the issues that almost all trackers face in the market. Still, for the price, I’ll use it for a jog anytime (just still have to bring my phone, unfortunately)Overall: A great fitness tracker for the daily life of a runner or a basic tracker for the daily life of a person.Hope I was a help to you.Love,Honest Reviewer.

  2. Honest Reviewer

    Pros:__________• Water resistant works. I tested this in the pool and in the shower, and it’s still running. One helpful option they provided was a water lock setting in the fit. This setting prevents the screen from activating when water hits it. No issues yet.• Super lightweight and comfortable. The strap is silicone and doesn’t feel cheap.• Gorilla glass screen is a plus. When you buy something like this, it’s good to have a least some form of upgraded glass.• I love the screen. Its AMOLED brings out not only the brightness but vivid colors and deep blacks. On a sunny day, I was able to view this without any issue of glares or poor viewing angles. Very colorful and sharp, well done.• Also with better sharpness, I find it easier quickly distinguish certain datasets when I’m working out (Both cardio and weights).• Very low profile. It will not turn heads and that’s what a fitness tracker should do. You use it to work out, not to socialize.• I have small-medium size wrists, and this tracker size is small enough to hide under my shirt cuffs,• Daily use I’m happy to say it’s not a dust magnet. Both the device and the strap.• I know you can customize your strap look, but you’ll need to pay for the additional straps.• The software is very simplistic. Only one, tiny, button on the Fit, and a majority of the interaction is on the screen.• It’s insane how much you can do in this tiny thing. You can easily add and arrange widgets, using the app, and you can manage the apps that send notifications to the tracker, so you won’t get bombarded. You can even get notified if you’ve been sitting too long. What I found very impressive is that you can choose from 90 different workout sessions (no I haven’t tried them all). Not only that but when I’m doing my cardio run, the fit will automatically detect it.• I found the heart rate monitor sport on. I used the 10-minute feature instead of the consistent use in order to save battery life.• The health app overall I the same if you ever used a Fitbit or any fitness app. A lot of info, graphs, and workout history. The more info is the better.• Quick Bluetooth connectivity.• One more feature I admire is the auto –pause. This works most if you’re in the city and you have to stop and wait to cross the street. This feature will recognize when you’re stopping and going. I don’t live that deep in the city, but I can see this help to those who are.Cons and Oks:__________• You have to spend some time customizing your screen because, without the proper organization, your notifications will get cramped.• A big letdown that there is no GPS tracking.• Another big letdown there is no storage of music. I hate running with my phone, but if you want GPS and music, you have no choice.• It’s a beautiful screen, but it’s still small. Many times my data or notifications would be cut on screen, because of how long it was (which were not long in the first place).• You’re given so many features, it was a little disappointing that the watch feature is very limited. It’s very basic.• You can read larger notifications, but you’re going to be swiping forever. The goal I believe is to interact with this fit as little as possible. Issues like these, contradict it.• For me, it took some time in getting used to removing the band because of how it was locked in place.• To light up the screen you need to press the button, but overtime doing this I start wishing if I could just touch the screen to light it up. It’s a small issue that is growing to be a nuisance. But note that if you raise your hand, the screen will turn on, but not all time, especially if I’m lying in bed.• The sleep tracker is decent. Nothing really special, but I did notice a couple of times the fit began tracking my sleep before I was asleep. Laying down watching TV or reading for a decent amount of time will trick the system. But still, almost all fitness tracker do this.• Working out 4 days a week (2 cardio run, 2 Weights), each an hour long, I’m getting close to five days of battery life. I know Samsung states a week, but I think this only applies to those who just want to track basic fitness (walking, maybe a little jog, but that’s it).• No wireless charging. With Samsung’s S10 charging feature, I’ve would of expect this to fall right in, but no.Bottom Line:__________If you like to run then this may be down your alley. I admire the quality built, as it’s sturdy and light. The screen is beautiful and you’re given as much data as you want. From heart rate, sleeping, distance, calories burned, and so on, the Fit is the nail on the coffin in what it can provide.Someone who lifts weights, I found this not the best tool because if you’re not doing your training with both arms at the same time, then the accuracy of this fit will be cut in half. Even with its 90 workout programs, this fitness tracker still faces the issues that almost all trackers face in the market. Still, for the price, I’ll use it for a jog anytime (just still have to bring my phone, unfortunately)Overall: A great fitness tracker for the daily life of a runner or a basic tracker for the daily life of a person.Hope I was a help to you.Love,Honest Reviewer.

  3. Dom6393

    It’s a basic fitness tracker but accurate. It is not a smaller galaxy watch or anything like that. If you want to accurately track your workouts and that’s all, this it it. If you want to store music, respond to texts, make phone calls? This ain’t it. Spend the extra $100 on the watches. Also it works best with a Samsung phone not other android phones

  4. Evacuee

    Received this on Saturday. Today is Monday and it just will not pair with my IPhone. The manual and various YouTube videos have mentioned an app that isn’t on Apple so I’m assuming that it’s been replaced by an Galaxy Fit app that is available. Have tried everything and sent three emails to Samsung’s help line that have not been answered. Ready to give up, return it and get the Fitbit Inspire HR.It is now Thursday and I have called the Samsung Support line and the woman I spoke to was no help at all. She ended up transferring me to a “Mac tech” who turned out to be Just Answer, a paid-for site. Gave them my credit card number to get an answer. Chatted with the”Mac tech” for over an hour and never got a solution – was told the device was probably defective. Wanted to cancel my new Just Answer membership so they couldn’t keep charging my card and was left on hold because only a supervisor can cancel memberships. Will have to contact my card to block Just Answer charges. Returned the Galaxy Fit today. Wasted too much time on this.

  5. Dom6393

    It’s a basic fitness tracker but accurate. It is not a smaller galaxy watch or anything like that. If you want to accurately track your workouts and that’s all, this it it. If you want to store music, respond to texts, make phone calls? This ain’t it. Spend the extra $100 on the watches. Also it works best with a Samsung phone not other android phones

  6. Evacuee

    Received this on Saturday. Today is Monday and it just will not pair with my IPhone. The manual and various YouTube videos have mentioned an app that isn’t on Apple so I’m assuming that it’s been replaced by an Galaxy Fit app that is available. Have tried everything and sent three emails to Samsung’s help line that have not been answered. Ready to give up, return it and get the Fitbit Inspire HR.It is now Thursday and I have called the Samsung Support line and the woman I spoke to was no help at all. She ended up transferring me to a “Mac tech” who turned out to be Just Answer, a paid-for site. Gave them my credit card number to get an answer. Chatted with the”Mac tech” for over an hour and never got a solution – was told the device was probably defective. Wanted to cancel my new Just Answer membership so they couldn’t keep charging my card and was left on hold because only a supervisor can cancel memberships. Will have to contact my card to block Just Answer charges. Returned the Galaxy Fit today. Wasted too much time on this.

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