Although Google is likely to release its first Pixel-branded smartwatch later this year, the company’s fitness smartwatch brand Fitbit is looking to have a new batch of devices in the works, based on a new leak.
Well-known Leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (OnLeaks on Twitter) showed the alleged official press renders of three devices – Fitbit Sense 2, Fitbit Versa 4 and Fitbit Inspire 3.
Hey #FutureSquad! I have another for you!
– Steve H. McFly (@OnLeaks) August 3, 2022
The Fitbit Sense 2 is the long-awaited sequel to the previously released Fitbit Sense, the first Android smartwatch with an ECG sensor. The original model had an EDA sensor to detect stress levels, SpO2, improved heart rate tracking, 50m water resistance, voice assistant compatibility and the all-important ECG sensor, which monitors heart activity. While no information has been revealed other than renderings, the new model looks to have a button on the side of the body, unlike the previous model. The Sense 2 will come in three colors – gold, graphite, and black.
The Fitbit Versa 4 will see the return of the company’s best-selling smartwatch, likely featuring an AMOLED panel, built-in GPS, calling support, health tracking features, voice assistant and more, just like the Versa 3. The ECG sensor will, as a result, offer users a cheaper alternative to Sense 2. It is slated to be offered in graphite and rose.
For those who already have a smartwatch, or are after a cheap wearable fitness monitor, Fitbit is also launching the Inspire 3, the company’s third-generation smart fitness bracelet.
The render appears to show a slightly bulkier, connected casing unlike the Inspire 2 discrete look. Specs haven’t been revealed yet; However, renderings show that it will come in at least black, pink and yellow.
Like the specifications, pricing and version have not been announced.