Fitbit has unveiled its spring device line up for 2019, and arguably the wearable leading the charge is the Versa Lite.
As the name suggests, the Versa Lite is a new model in the Versa line that pares back some features to cut down on overall cost.
As a result, the Versa Lite is aimed at people who are new to the world of smartwatches or don’t need everything offered by the standard Versa or the even more expensive Versa Special Edition.
Though the Versa Lite trims the fat in some areas, it still comes with what Fitbit calls a “core” set of features.
Like the other watches in the line, the Versa Lite tracks sleep, activity like steps and calories burned, and heart rate, providing information on your resting heart rate trends and your heart rate zones.
Like most smartwatches these days, the Versa Lite can connect to your phone to display notifications and enable GPS tracking during workouts.