Title: Fitbit Sense 2 review: what happened By: Ryan's Tech
The Fitbit Sense 2 has similar core hardware as the original Fitbit Sense but is smaller in size with a functional button replacing the quirky touch button. The UI is smooth and aesthetically pleasing. The continuous all-day body response tracking is a useful feature, but Fitbit is passive about getting some health features approved in different countries. The HR consistency is good, but the step counting algorithm still counts more steps than it should. The battery life is impressive with a fast-charging magnetic charger, and the app is good with meaningful stats and insights. However, many features are behind a paywall, and the absence of Wi-Fi, music controls, and third-party apps is a deal-breaker for some. Overall, the Fitbit Sense 2 is only recommended for people who want continuous Eda measurements, and alternatives like the Garmin venue sq2, Galaxy watch 5, and Apple watch SE are worth checking out.