Fitbit Versa 2 vs Versa Lite - Where are the differences?
Where are the differences?
DisplayYou'll get a display with both devices. Here, both Wearable have an integrated color display. In both cases, there is a touch display. The display technology is the same with both devices, and have a AMOLED display. You only get an always-on display with the Versa 2.
WaterproofBoth, the Versa 2, as well as the Versa Lite are waterproof, and have no further difference in this feature. Both Wearable can be used under water in depths of up to 50 m. The Fitbit Versa 2 can even track and record your swimming lanes.
BatteryThe Fitbit Versa 2 sports a longer battery runtime with 5 days. the Fitbit Versa Lite battery lasts merely for 4 days. Both devices take 2,0 hours to be fully charged.
GPSNone of the two devices, either the Fitbit Versa 2, or the Fitbit Versa Lite have integrated GPS. With both Wearable, you have the possibility to use Connected GPS. The devices will take the GPS data from your smartphone. The downside to this can be signal issues and having to carry your smartphone with you.
Heart Rate Monitor
A fitness watch without a heart rate monitor is basically useless and not advisable to buy. That's because your heart rate is one of the key elements of different calculations. For example, many devices without a heart rate monitor claim to count your calories burned too. That number will hardly be right without having access to your heart rate.
Comparing the Fitbit Versa 2 and the Fitbit Versa Lite, both devices offer the heart rate monitor function and score in our books. On top of that, both will monitor your heart rate 24/7. Some devices only do that when you press a button, which is practically speaking rather useless.
Only the Versa 2 can track how many floors you've covered.
Both Wearable offer you the possibility to record your sleep time. On top of that, they also allow you to do a sleep analysis.
Being able to change your fitness watch band is a great advantage. You'll only have to worry about the color of the device itself, and not the color or material of its accompanying watch band. For pretty much every device, you can get cheap watch bands that will fit your device. You can make use of this advantage with both devices of this comparison.
Getting call, text, or other notifications is a feature that both tools have. Often times, this feature is only possible with an Android device. iOS user can be left behind on this. On top of that, both devices allow you to send QuickReplies right on your watch. A microphone built into the Versa 2 allows you to send voice recordings as replies.
With the Versa 2 you can install apps und have more individual usage of your watch. That's an advantage compared to the Versa Lite. The interface, or the dial of your watch, can be changed with both, the Fitbit Versa 2 , and the Fitbit Versa Lite.
Amazon (Alexa) voice control is supported with the Fitbit Versa 2, which is a comparitively small bonus that the Fitbit Versa Lite doesn't offer.
The device leading you through your workout is only supported with the Fitbit Versa 2. That's a big advantage compared to the Fitbit Versa Lite.
Contactless payment is a highly useful and more in demand than ever technology. Many Wearable already offer it. Being able to do this from your wrist is even more convenient than using your smartphone or a credit card. There's a difference here between the two devices, as only the Fitbit Versa 2 hooks you up with contactless payment technology. With the Versa 2, Fitbit Pay is being used.