Fitbit has announced three successors to its current smartwatches, the Inspire 3, Versa 4 and Sense 2. The Fitbit Inspire 3 will be released in September with a suggested retail price of €99.95. Versa 4 and Sense 2 will be available in the fall for €229.95 and €299.95, respectively.
The Fitbit Inspire 3 has an always-on color display for the first time in the Inspire product line. Most of the other functions are compatible with the Inspire 2. This is how your smartwatch keeps According to the manufacturer Monitor user activities 24 hours a day, including “steps taken, calories burned, hourly activity, heart rate, heart health, stress and sleep quality”. The fitness tracker will last up to 10 days with a full battery and is water resistant to 50 metres.
The Fitbit Versa 4 and Sense 2 are very similar to their predecessors, including the use of Fitbit OS, not Wear OS. According to Fitbit, the updated smartwatches have a “thinner and lighter design” and the physical button is back. On top of that, the battery life remains six days, the charging time of 12 minutes is one day for the battery, and the tracking is 24 hours. Fitbit is promising to bring Google Maps and Google Wallet to two new smartwatches soon.
Furthermore, the Fitbit Sense 2 has a new “pressure sensor” for the body’s response. The HIVA sensor that measures changes in electrical activity in the skin throughout the day. This way, Fitbit can make a rough estimate of the user’s stress level and how activities like meditation and relaxation respond to this. The company previously integrated the EDA sensor into original meaningbut this sensor only works after activation, not continuously.
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