Fitbit has launched a new watch face that makes it easy for users to track their blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) levels.
The SpO2 signature clock face Fitbit will be available for Ionic, Versa, and Sense devices. Fitbit plans to launch more SpO2 Watch faces soon.
Fitbit did not say when exactly the SpO2 watch face would be available but said the new watch face would not be available in all markets.
Fitbit has also warned that the facility is not to be used “to diagnose or treat any medical condition”. Due to the epidemic, it has become very important to check the level of SpO2.
The fitness band has also said to install a SpO2 sensor these days.
“Using the Fitbit sensor to measure the relative reflection of red and infrared light from your blood through your wrist, and seeing how it changes as your heartbeat, we estimate your SpO2 value Can, ”Fitbit explained in a blog post.
“Tracking SpO2 can help you become more aware of your oxygen saturation trends during sleep, which can be a sign of significant changes in your fitness and well-being.”
The Fitbit SpO2 signature watch face is free for Fitbit users and displays a percentage level on the display. It also shows the extent of the SpO2 level.
Once enabled, it will track the user’s SpO2 levels while sleeping. Within an hour of waking up, the SpO2 level and range will be updated on the watch face. Fitbit Premium users can check their trends in the upcoming Health Metrics dashboard.