Fitbit Charge 4 Fitness Band Review 2021

Since its launch in 2014, the Fitbit Charge has spawned a slew of fantastic fitness bands at this price range. The Fitbit Charge 4 is the fourth model in the Charge series, and it includes GPS for planning training routes, Spotify compatibility, additional sleep control capabilities, and a new motivating feature for recording active-zone minutes.

Appearance And Display of Fitbit Charge 4

Fitbit Charge 4 Fitness Band

Fitbit Charge 4 Fitness Band 4

Appearance And Display

  • A stylish bracelet
  • Aluminum chassis
  • Woven black and flexible strap.
  • A black-and-white touchscreen display.
  • A bright color display & easily see the screen’s contents.
  • To save battery life, the screen shuts down pretty quickly.

The Fitbit Charge 4 wristband is elegant, and the case is only 1.2 cm thick. The Special Edition version, which is more expensive than the regular version and comes with a woven black strap and extra flexible plastic for vigorous training, looks fantastic.

Changing straps is simple; simply push two little buttons on the fitness tracker’s rear.The Charge 4 sports a 1-inch diagonal black-and-white touchscreen display, just like its predecessor.

The panel appears to be a little out of date, especially when compared to competitors’ vivid color displays. You can readily see the contents of the screen in the shadows, but you’ll have to squint in the bright sun.

Fitbit Charge 4 Features

Fitbit Charge 4 Features

  • Display: 1 inch, 160×100 pixels, touchscreen
  • Battery autonomy: Up to 7 days; Up to 5 hours using GPS
  • Bluetooth: 4.0
  • Water tightness: Up to50 meters (not recommended to wear in a hot tub or sauna)
  • Materials: Plastic case and stainless steel strap
  • Operating Temperature: From -4 to 140 degrees F
  • Sensors: Optical heart rate (accuracy depends on the physiology and location of the device); GPS; NFC; altimeter
  • Other possibilities: Control music via Bluetooth LE on Android and iOS
  • Price: ₹10,899


  • Built-in GPS
  • Fitbit Pay is available.
  • Sleep tracking is fantastic
  • Strong & Beautiful design
  • Support Spotify
  • Good battery life
  • Motivation metric after minutes in the active zone


  • Not enough color display
  • Screen Awakening Doesn’t Work properly.
  • GPS can take its time to lock-on

Battery life takes a hit

The only drawback of having GPS on the Charge is that it will drain your battery much more quickly than on the Charge 3. The Charge 4 is supposed to last up to seven days on a charge, however I only made it to day four before having to charge it.

I didn’t mind needing to recharge after four days, but if you want to get the most out of your battery life (and plan to use it at night), I recommend turning off the GPS.

All you have to do now is remember to do it after your workout. This can be done using the Charge’s exercise shortcuts. Simply swipe up from a GPS-enabled activity, such as jogging or cycling, to turn it off.

Fitbit Charge 4 Fitness Band

In the Fitbit lineup, this device sits between the Inspire HR fitness tracker and the Versa 2 smartwatch. With GPS, Spotify, Fitbit Pay, and sleep monitoring features, the Charge 4 is one of the greatest fitness bands available today and well worth purchasing.


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