The Fitbit Flex 2 has come a long way since its initial launch back in 2015, but the new model has a lot to offer for those looking for a more versatile fitness tracker that can also be used as a phone or as a wearable.
The Flex 2 is powered by a new, higher-end Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, which makes it an ideal companion for those who are looking to get more out of their smartphone than they did before.
This makes it a great device for fitness tracking, or any device that you can wear under the hood.
It’s also a great phone for fitness, with a sleek, thin, yet light-weight design and a small 5-inch display that can display workouts and photos in a single glance.
The Fitbit fitness tracker is not only a good phone, but it’s also one of the best Android fitness trackers on the market, according to Kurt Cobb, the fitness tracker’s chief executive officer.
“I love it for everything it does,” Cobb told Forbes.
“It’s got great battery life, it’s got a great camera, and it has a great watchface.”
The FitBit Flex 2 will cost $100, with the base model priced at $150 and the Flex 2 Plus costing $170.
The Flex 2 comes in a choice of black, grey, and rose gold colors.
It will be available in August and September for $100 more, which means you’ll have to shell out an extra $60 for the phone itself, and another $30 for the watch.
Read more about fitness track and phone fitness: This article originally appeared on Forbes.