When Fitbit introduced the Fitbit Flex back in 2013, the future was still unfolding. Some people believed that the fitness bands would become ubiquitous. Many believed that they were just part of a fad. Six years later here we are. While fitness trackers and smartwatches still can’t be considered a necessity, they are quite popular. In the last few years, the world has grown more heedful of its health. Apple saw an opportunity here and it introduced the Apple Watch in April 2015. Consequently, Fitbit that had primarily focused on fitness trackers, too introduced its first ever smartwatch – the Fitbit Ionic – in late 2017. Since then we have seen Apple and Fitbit introducing iteration of their smartwatches every year, most of them expensive. But then this year we saw the arrival of the Fitbit Versa Lite, launched alongside the Fitbit Inspire HR back in March this year. This is a smartwatch that aims to be more affordable, and consequently within reach of more people. The newly launched Fitbit Versa Lite, which costs Rs 15,999 in India, is not a successor to the Fitbit Versa, which we reviewed last year. Rather, it is a variant of the Fitbit Versa that is tailore...