Samsung Galaxy Fit review

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  • Samsung Galaxy Fit

Specs / Features


Tech Spec
Display Size 0.95
Display Type AMOLED
Display Resolution 120 x 480
Specification
Release date 8-March-2019
Size 2 x 4 x 1 cm (0.8 x 1.6 x 0.4 in)
Weight 24 grams
(0.85 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Hitech Century

A comfortable fitness tracker with good battery life

Hitech Century

The Samsung Galaxy Fit fitness tracker is ideal for casual athletes, offering the essentials in the form of good battery life, a comfortable band for extended usage and relatively accurate fitness tracking, all at a price tag that won’t have you running for the hills.

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The Samsung Galaxy Fit fitness tracker is ideal for casual athletes, offering the essentials in the form of good battery life, a comfortable band for extended usage and relatively accurate fitness tracking, all at a price tag that won’t have you running for the hills.

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TrustedReviews

It works best as a basic step counter and no more

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

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

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Android Authority

Affordable, simple, and all-around good

from Android Authority

The Samsung Galaxy Fit is a great option for those looking for a simple, accurate fitness tracker. The combination of its durable and light build, sleep tracking, and overall accuracy (barring the occasional heart rate issues) of fitness and health tracking make for an overall well-rounded device. The $100 price tag is just right, too.

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The Samsung Galaxy Fit is a great option for those looking for a simple, accurate fitness tracker. The combination of its durable and light build, sleep tracking, and overall accuracy (barring the occasional heart rate issues) of fitness and health tracking make for an overall well-rounded device. The $100 price tag is just right, too.

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Android Central

Daily activity tracking with no hassle

from Android Central

The Galaxy Fit will track all of your daily activity, plus your heart rate and sleep, without being big or intrusive. And it'll easily last a week on a charge. It lacks GPS, advanced tracking and apps or extra features, but that's kind of the point — it's dead-simple and easy to use, and is inexpensive.

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The Galaxy Fit will track all of your daily activity, plus your heart rate and sleep, without being big or intrusive. And it'll easily last a week on a charge. It lacks GPS, advanced tracking and apps or extra features, but that's kind of the point — it's dead-simple and easy to use, and is inexpensive.

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PC Magazine

A terrific entry-level fitness tracker

from PC Magazine

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

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

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Digital Trends

The perfect option for the casual athlete

from Digital Trends

Samsung’s latest tracker nails the basics, and goes a step further than the Inspire HR with a better interface and a full-color screen. It’s missing onboard GPS and music storage, but for the casual athlete, it’s shaping up to look like the perfect affordable option.

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Samsung’s latest tracker nails the basics, and goes a step further than the Inspire HR with a better interface and a full-color screen. It’s missing onboard GPS and music storage, but for the casual athlete, it’s shaping up to look like the perfect affordable option.

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Tom's Guide

Offers solid fitness-tracking in a lightweight, comfortable package

from Tom's Guide

Samsung stripped features like GPS and on-board music storage from the Fit’s predecessors, the Gear Fit 2 and Fit 2 Pro, in favor of a slimmer design, longer battery life and a lower price.

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Samsung stripped features like GPS and on-board music storage from the Fit’s predecessors, the Gear Fit 2 and Fit 2 Pro, in favor of a slimmer design, longer battery life and a lower price.

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