Hardware to detect irregular heartbeats is present on Fitbit devices such as the Versa 2 (pictured), but currently not available to consumers. Photo: Ben Sin Hardware to detect irregular heartbeats is present on Fitbit devices such as the Versa 2 (pictured), but currently not available to consumers. Photo: Ben Sin
Hardware to detect irregular heartbeats is present on Fitbit devices such as the Versa 2 (pictured), but currently not available to consumers. Photo: Ben Sin

Fitbit starts study to test if devices can detect irregular heart rhythms, match rival Apple’s Watch feature

  • Hardware to detect irregular beats is present in Fitbit’s devices, but not available to consumers
  • Device users who enrol in the study will be allowed to test it in order for Fitbit to seek regulatory review

Topic |   Wearables
Hardware to detect irregular heartbeats is present on Fitbit devices such as the Versa 2 (pictured), but currently not available to consumers. Photo: Ben Sin Hardware to detect irregular heartbeats is present on Fitbit devices such as the Versa 2 (pictured), but currently not available to consumers. Photo: Ben Sin
Hardware to detect irregular heartbeats is present on Fitbit devices such as the Versa 2 (pictured), but currently not available to consumers. Photo: Ben Sin
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