We’ve previously reported on Fitbit’s future portfolio of fitness trackers and smartwatches, and now we have our best look yet at the Fitbit Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3.
Fitbit Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3
These pictures provide by far the clearest look we’ve ever seen at each of the Fitbit Sense 2, Fitbit Versa 4, and Fitbit Inspire 3 designs. We can spot Fitbit’s small design modifications, such as the new physical button and updated microphone placements, when we first take a look at the Sense 2. The design is the same as the one we initially discussed in early May.
The bezel now has a surface utilised for the ECG sensor rather than having that built into the metal frame, which is another modification that is readily apparent in these images. Last month, we were the first to notice that alteration.
These renderings show the Fitbit Sense 2 with “Gold,” “Graphite,” and “Platinum” bodies with bands in light blue, black, and light grey. As is customary, Fitbit is expected to have a far wider variety of band options.
Regarding the Fitbit Versa 4, we can observe that it has a generally similar appearance to the Versa 3 while having a new physical button. Due to the Versa series’ lack of an ECG, there are no extra sensors surrounding the bezel. It’s interesting to note that these photographs only show the Versa 4 in the hues “Graphite” and “Rose,” both with matching bands.
The Inspire 3 is Fitbit’s newest, solely focused fitness tracker. Generally speaking, the Inspire 2 was Fitbit’s most cheap tracker when it debuted last year, costing just $79 now.
The only noticeable difference on the Fitbit Inspire 3 is that Fitbit is moving to a colour display, while the price of the gadget is currently unknown. Fitbit has mostly departed from the black-and-white LED experience of the Inspire 2 in favour of colour AMOLED screens in more current versions like the Fitbit Luxe and Fitbit Charge 5. The battery life of the Inspire will very probably be reduced as a result of this modification, but the user experience will undoubtedly be improved. If it resembles the Charge or Luxe in any way, a touchscreen could also be available.
The Fitbit Inspire 3 has three colours
Given that the Fitbit Sense, Versa 3, and Inspire 2 were released in August 2020, there is a good likelihood that the new models will debut this month. With the release of the Google Pixel Watch later this year, Fitbit will also expand to Wear OS.