Fitbit Luxe update adds always-on display, SpO2 monitoring and more

Last month Fitbit rolled out a new software update to the Fitbit Sense and Versa 3, which brought Snore & Noise Detect feature. Now the company is turning its attention to the more premium Fitbit Luxe.
Software version 1.151.16 is rolling out (via 9to5Google) to the Fitbit Luxe, and it includes several new additions, including always-on-display (AOD), SpO2 monitoring, increased font size, and other improvements.
The most notable addition in the new update is support for blood oxygen or SpO2 monitoring, allowing users to track their blood oxygen levels during their sleep. Fitbit promised to add SpO2 tracking at launch, and it’s finally here. Users can access SpO2 data right on the watch in the SpO2 tile or in the Fitbit companion app.
Another useful feature is the always-on display (AOD), bringing the fitness tracker on par with the recently launched Charge 5. After installing the update, Fitbit Luxe owners can enable AOD by heading to Settings > Display settings > Always-on display….

Written By: Kishan Vyas

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