Although it remains unclear exactly what Google might be planning to do with Fitbit’s brand, software, and hardware if the acquisition announced almost a year ago ultimately goes through, the US-based wearable market veteran is unsurprisingly working on something new while waiting for the regulatory uncertainty to clear.
A serious alternative to the Apple Watch Series 6 and Samsung Galaxy Watch 3?
But that’s just where the Fitbit Sense might come in, although it’s a little premature to try to anticipate the price bracket or target audience of this bad boy, especially with no specifications on hand. While the design language seems somewhat familiar at first glance, a metallic frame will undoubtedly help set the Sense apart from both the existing Versa 2 and the unreleased Versa 3.
Other interesting details easily noticeable in today’s leaked high-quality renders include a missing side button and a heart icon on the back of this premium smartwatch. This could signal the presence of a heart rate monitor, which would be nothing special in today’s smartwatch landscape, or more likely, hint at ECG technology integration.
Otherwise, there’s really not much to say about the Fitbit Sense right now. The potentially high-end smartwatch looks relatively stylish… by the company’s standards, with smoothly rounded edges and what seems like a large and sharp touchscreen with pretty thick bezels in tow.
Two presumably modest upgrades
That includes an impressive battery life of more than six days, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, in-depth sleep tracking, menstrual health tracking, a swimproof design, and a “hi-res” color display as far as the Fitbit Versa 2 is concerned.
Just like its arguably more premium cousin, the Versa 3 looks set to ditch the traditional single side-mounted button in favor of what we presume will be a touch-sensitive surface of sorts.
As far as the Inspire 2 goes, all we can say right now is that it looks a lot like its predecessor, with a curved screen and chunky body undoubtedly capable of ticking all the basic activity tracking boxes, including notifications and an amazing battery life.
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