The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and the Samsung Galaxy Fit are two devices designed to help you keep track of your fitness activities. If you think you need a device of this type, but you can not make up your mind about which one to choose, we are here to help you.
Keep reading for a full comparison of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and the Samsung Galaxy Fit.
Similarities Between Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and Samsung Galaxy Fit
Both of them have automatic tracking mechanisms for walking, running, cycling and more. Even more, they measure your stress, sleep and heart rate levels. Another characteristic the two devices have in common is that they have an easy-to-use touch screen that offers multiple options with only a swipe.
If you prefer water sports, both the Galaxy Watch Active and the Galaxy Fit are suitable for you. The devices come with a 5ATM water resisting rating and a MIL-STD-810G rating.
Differences Between Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and Samsung Galaxy Fit
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active
- Price: $200
- Built-in GPS
- Wireless charging
- Contactless payments
- Shorter battery life
- Bigger Screen
- Two side buttons: the first one serves as a back button, but activates Samsung Pay when pressed and held; the second one serves as a home button but triggers the power off the menu when pressed and held and double-tapping it activates Bixby
Samsung Galaxy Fit
- Price: $100
- No GPS
- No Samsung Pay option
- Longer battery life
- Smaller Screen
- One side button that acts as a back button that will take you to the previous screen when pressed.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active Vs. Samsung Galaxy Fit – Conclusions
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is a full-on smartwatch. If you want to enjoy a wider range of features, while still having the option to use it as a fitness tracker, Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is perfect for you.
On the other hand, if you only want a fitness tracker that does its job and is also stylish, lightweight and compact at the same time, the Galaxy Fit might be better for you. The small price is also a plus.
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