Fitbit has released a firmware update that changes the way the Fitbit Dash 2, a smartwatch, behaves, and has some serious design flaws.
Fitbit released a version of the firmware update, dubbed the “Fitbit Surge” for some reason, on January 25th, making the device an update to the Surge 2.
The Surge 2 is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage, but the Surge 3 doesn’t have that capacity.
The device does come with a 3,000mAh battery, which makes it a good choice for a fitness tracker, but it has a few other design quirks that make it more of a wristwatch than a fitness track.
Fitbits Surge 1s have a large black button on the bottom, and the Surge 1 and Surge 2s are slightly larger than the Surge, but this one is a bit different.
The first version of this firmware update was released in April of 2016, but since then, Fitbit made changes to the device’s design and firmware to make it easier to use.
The most significant changes are the addition of a “FitBand” in the upper right corner, and a smaller red dot.
The red dot acts as a power indicator and is used to indicate if you’re running out of battery or not.
This makes it easier for people to track their fitness goals, and since it doesn’t seem to interfere with the Dash 2’s functionality, it should make things easier for many users.
FitBit says it’s also made a couple of improvements to the software, adding in more user-friendly features, and making it easier than ever to use the Dash2 for basic tasks like shopping and sending messages.
The new FitBand lets you see your activity, calories burned, and more from a central hub that sits on your wrist.
The app lets you adjust the color of the bands to show you what’s going on, and also lets you share your workouts with friends on the FitBand.
Fitband also lets users set alarms and other alerts, as well as set a timer for a specific time.
This means you can get up to three different alerts at once, including alarms like a coffee brewing or an upcoming appointment.
The other new addition is a feature that lets users track their workouts with the Fitband itself.
You can add workouts from your phone, tablet, or watch.
If you’re using your Fitbit device to take photos, you can add photos to the FitBit Dash 2.
When you’re taking photos, Fitbits Dash 2 will automatically save your photos to a folder on your phone.
You then just have to open that folder and open the photos from the Fitbits app on your iPhone.
You will also be able to edit your photos and share them with your friends.
Fitbets Surge 2 doesn’t come with any other new features, but we are still pleased to see that the company is trying to make things simpler for people.
The only new features included with the update are a new app called “FitHub,” which lets you track your activity and calories burned from any location, and new “Health Dash,” which will give you personalized notifications when your heart rate is higher than a preset threshold.
While these features are useful, we’re not sure we would use them for everyday tasks, especially since Fitbits has been struggling with Fitbit Health lately.
We’ve also heard rumors that the Surge has some other major problems, but they’ve yet to be confirmed by Fitbit.