There’s even easy access to controls right on the screen which allows users to skip songs, shuffle and pause tracks.
These on-display music features join the usual messaging and call alerts plus there’s quick replies so you can respond without reaching for your phone.
Other features on the Charge 4 include seven-day battery life, a PurePulse heart rate sensor, access to Fitbit Pay and improved sleep tracking which, via machine learning, now includes the ability to wake you up at the optimal time.
If you want more from this device you can also consider signing up for Fitbit Premium. This paid subscription service in the Fitbit app leverages insights from 10+ years of data along with academic and medical expertise.
Fitbit says its Premium service delivers customised guided programs, advanced sleep tools, personal insights, thousands of workouts, new challenges and a health report to help you move more, sleep better and eat well.