While the Fitbit Charge 3 doesn‚Äôt actually launch until Sunday, a number of brick & mortar retailers have inventory‚Ä¶ that they may be willing to part with. As such, fellow editor Adam Miarka picked up his $150 tracker today. And discovered it‚Äôs oh-so-much more than a step counter. In fact, it‚Äôs somewhat akin to a monochromatic Fitbit Versa smartwatch¬†given the smartphone app notifications, upcoming third party apps, and an expansion of native apps ‚ÄĒ namely weather! It‚Äôs the one thing I really thought I might miss after trading in my Apple Watch.
Looks like you can essentially hard code two favorite cities within the Fitbit app, in addition to monitoring your variable physical location. Current conditions are displayed, in addition to a two-day forecast, by swiping through the Charge 3‚Äôs new multi-touch Gorilla glass display.