- Fitbit Inspire 3, Fitbit Sense 2, and Fitbit Versa 4 high-res renders are here.
- Fitbit Sense 2 and Fitbit Versa 4 share a similar design.
- The Fitbit Inspire 3 will be the most affordable among all three wearables.
Fitbit – an American consumer electronics and fitness company – is gearing up to launch a slew of wearables under different lineups, three to be precise. Today, we have received the renders of all three Fitbit wearables from our friend Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks. The best-selling Fitbit Versa series will be back with its fourth generation smartwatch. The Fitbit Sense landed on Indian shores in 2020, and it was the first Android smartwatch to bring an ECG sensor. We will soon see its successor, called Fitbit Sense 2.
While these two are expected to come with an expensive price tag, we can also expect the affordable Fitbit Inspire 3 fitness band to launch alongside the Fitbit Sense 2 and Fitbit Versa 4. Let’s have a look at all three upcoming Fitbit wearables.
Fitbit Sense 2
Fitbit Sense 2 inherits a similar design to the original Fitbit Sense with an addition of a button on the side. It has the same good-old curved display housed in a square dial with a metallic frame we saw on its predecessor in our review. However, the size of this panel is still under the wraps.
To recall, the original Fitbit Sense came with flagship smartwatch features: an EDA sensor to track stress levels, SpO2, advanced heart rate tracking, 50m water resistance, voice assistant support, and an ECG sensor – a privilege only Apple Watch and the Samsung Galaxy Watch4 had. But like all good things in tech, this feature was not available in India. Fitbit Sense brought this to the Indian shores, and we expect the same from the second-gen Fitbit Sense.
As far as the price is concerned, like the Fitbit Sense, the Sense 2 could be priced above the Rs 22,999 of Fitbit Sense. It comes in three colour options: Gold, Graphite, and Platinum.
Fitbit Versa 4
Fitbit Versa is another flagship series of smartwatches in Fitbit’s arsenal. When the company launched its Fitbit Versa 3, it was hard to differentiate it from Fitbit Sense, as both spoke the same body language. The same can be said in the case of Fitbit Versa 4. This one is also forged in a way that looks akin to the Fitbit Sense 2. With Fitbit Versa 3, buyers got everything they could ever ask for from a smartwatch, at least for the price it came with, an AMOLED panel, built-in GPS, calling support, health tracking features, voice assistant, and decent battery life.
It is a no-brainer that the company will at least maintain these standards on the fourth-gen Fitbit Versa, if not bring significant upgrades to the table. We don’t expect an ECG sensor on Versa 4, as the recently unearthed images of the same didn’t show any sign of an ECG sensor. But with the loadout the Versa 4 is expected to come, it won’t be wrong to call it a lite version of the Fitbit Sense 2. Plus, it is expected to be a bit inexpensive than the Fitbit Sense 2. It comes in two colour options: Graphite and Rose.
Fitbit Inspire 3
The last gear on the list is the Fitbit Inspire 3. The Inspire series includes pocket-friendly fitness trackers that are feature-loaded. While we don’t have any specifications for the Inspire 3, the renders make one thing very clear – it will look nothing like its predecessor, not entirely at least. Unlike the disconnected look of Fitbit Inspire 2, the thrid-gen Fitbit Inspire has a fully packed casing that covers that holds the entire display. It comes in three colour options: Yellow, Pink, and Black.