The Fitbit Charge 4 is one of the slimmest, lightest fitness trackers around and does what it sets out to do, with the bonus of a new GPS sensor. But it has shortcomings too. Photo: Ben Sin The Fitbit Charge 4 is one of the slimmest, lightest fitness trackers around and does what it sets out to do, with the bonus of a new GPS sensor. But it has shortcomings too. Photo: Ben Sin
The Fitbit Charge 4 is one of the slimmest, lightest fitness trackers around and does what it sets out to do, with the bonus of a new GPS sensor. But it has shortcomings too. Photo: Ben Sin

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Fitbit Charge 4: powerful fitness tracker let down by its poor screen – in black and white – and connectivity issues

  • Fitbit’s update to its flagship fitness tracker has replaced the physical button on its side with a pressure-sensitive haptic button
  • We like the new GPS sensor but the black and white screen, while responsive, doesn’t compare to the colour screens offered by rival products

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The Fitbit Charge 4 is one of the slimmest, lightest fitness trackers around and does what it sets out to do, with the bonus of a new GPS sensor. But it has shortcomings too. Photo: Ben Sin The Fitbit Charge 4 is one of the slimmest, lightest fitness trackers around and does what it sets out to do, with the bonus of a new GPS sensor. But it has shortcomings too. Photo: Ben Sin
The Fitbit Charge 4 is one of the slimmest, lightest fitness trackers around and does what it sets out to do, with the bonus of a new GPS sensor. But it has shortcomings too. Photo: Ben Sin
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