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
Warranty (Months) -
Release date 8-March-2019
Size 2 x 4 x 1 cm (0.8 x 1.6 x 0.4 in)
Weight N/A

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Stuff

No doubt it looks and functions well

from Stuff

There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Fit is one of the best smartwatches to consider if you’re looking for a basic smartwatch that looks and feels simple enough. But with that price tag, you can actually find better smartwatches with more features than what this one can offer. Unless you...More

There’s no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy Fit is one of the best smartwatches to consider if you’re looking for a basic smartwatch that looks and feels simple enough. But with that price tag, you can actually find better smartwatches with more features than what this one can offer. Unless you’re a Samsung fan, this is a hard smartwatch to recommend.

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Tech Advisor

Good looks aren't enough

from Tech Advisor

Initial impressions are great, with the handsome form factor and gorgeous display putting up a good front. When you get down to really using the Galaxy Fit, though, its inaccurate heart monitor and lack of GPS tracking take the shine off proceedings.

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Initial impressions are great, with the handsome form factor and gorgeous display putting up a good front. When you get down to really using the Galaxy Fit, though, its inaccurate heart monitor and lack of GPS tracking take the shine off proceedings.

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TechGearLab

A so-so budget fitness tracker

from TechGearLab

We would recommend the Fit for anyone who wants to keep basic tabs on their health and fitness and wants a few smart features but isn't willing to pay the price for a full-featured smartwatch or fitness tracker. It's especially good if you have a Samsung phone but does work with other Android and iOS models.

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We would recommend the Fit for anyone who wants to keep basic tabs on their health and fitness and wants a few smart features but isn't willing to pay the price for a full-featured smartwatch or fitness tracker. It's especially good if you have a Samsung phone but does work with other Android and iOS models.

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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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Fone Arena

Does a pretty good job

from Fone Arena

The Samsung Galaxy Fit serves its purpose to the extent of keeping you informed about your daily activities and motivating you to push yourself to the next level. However, for Rs. 8,999, Galaxy Fit lacks GPS, so it is not the best for outdoor activity tracking.

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The Samsung Galaxy Fit serves its purpose to the extent of keeping you informed about your daily activities and motivating you to push yourself to the next level. However, for Rs. 8,999, Galaxy Fit lacks GPS, so it is not the best for outdoor activity tracking.

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Lifewire

A lightweight, long-lasting, and accurate fitness tracker

from Lifewire

The Samsung Galaxy Fit is an appealing option for those who want a bit of smartwatch functionality and a heavy emphasis on exercise monitoring—without shelling out too much money. The fit, ironically, may be the largest issue. But if you’re able to find the right size, this may be everything you want in a fitness tracker.

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The Samsung Galaxy Fit is an appealing option for those who want a bit of smartwatch functionality and a heavy emphasis on exercise monitoring—without shelling out too much money. The fit, ironically, may be the largest issue. But if you’re able to find the right size, this may be everything you want in a fitness tracker.

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9to5Google

Samsung’s $99 fitness wearable just misses the mark

from 9to5Google

The Samsung Galaxy Fit is, as the name implies, a health and fitness tracker first and foremost. As such, it’s filled to the brim with sensors and tools to help keep track of your daily activities (or lack thereof). As a smartwatch, the Samsung Galaxy Fit is very limited in its usefulness by i...More

The Samsung Galaxy Fit is, as the name implies, a health and fitness tracker first and foremost. As such, it’s filled to the brim with sensors and tools to help keep track of your daily activities (or lack thereof). As a smartwatch, the Samsung Galaxy Fit is very limited in its usefulness by its small display. Notifications from your phone are mirrored to the Galaxy Fit, and fine-grained controls are available to let you pick and choose which apps’ notifications should be mirrored.

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TrustedReviews

It works best as a basic step counter and no more

from TrustedReviews

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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Wareable

Slims down on price and design, but not on features

from Wareable

As a fitness tracker, the Samsung Galaxy Fit is a solid little device at a great price. We appreciated the slimline design, the typically excellent Samsung screen tech and core tracking features. It also manages to cram in smartwatch features that perform well despite the small display. More adva...More

As a fitness tracker, the Samsung Galaxy Fit is a solid little device at a great price. We appreciated the slimline design, the typically excellent Samsung screen tech and core tracking features. It also manages to cram in smartwatch features that perform well despite the small display. More advanced sports tracking perform less well with some crucial sensors missing. If you don't like the look of the Fitbit Inspire or the cheaper Mi Band 4, and you can handle some software quirks, the Galaxy Fit is decent fitness tracker worth looking at.

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TechRadar

Not quite fit enough

from TechRadar

The Samsung Galaxy Fit is accessible and easy to live with, but poor distance readings and basic tracking see it fall behind the best.

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The Samsung Galaxy Fit is accessible and easy to live with, but poor distance readings and basic tracking see it fall behind the best.

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