Fitbit, a wearables brand that focuses on delivering devices with a focus on sports and health, has just released several new products. Fitbit released the Fitbit Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3, following the acquisition by Google. Yes, Google has acquired Fitbit with a process that started in 2020 and finished in 2021.
The three products released this time are refinements of each series. Fitbit Sense 2 has the most complete health sensor, while the Versa 4 looks identical with a focus on sports features. Lastly, Inspire 3 is no less popular because it is one of the most popular smart band lines.
Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4
These three series of devices are here to encourage users to live healthier lifestyles. The Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4 smartwatches are designed to be thinner and lighter, making them more comfortable to use. Some parts have been refined from the previous generation. Including the placement of buttons that are shifted slightly upwards, as well as sensors that are integrated into the screen through the technique of changing the material from metal to vapor. There is a Body Response sensor that automatically tracks electrodermal activity (cEDA), more precisely as monitoring of stress levels.
In addition, there are sensors that detect heart rate, changes in values, and skin temperature to determine the potential for stress. The notifications displayed will be more informative, providing suggestions such as mood input, breathing exercises, mindfulness sessions, and others. Directly from the device screen or the application on the smartphone.
Both have the same battery life of up to 6 days or 3 days with AOD. Plus fast charging for a full day of use in just 12 minutes of charging. Later, Google will integrate Google Wallet and Google Maps services, complete with detailed navigation directly from the wrist.
Fitbit Inspire 3 Finally Uses OLED Screen
In addition to the smartwatch, there is also the Inspire 3 as Fitbit’s newest smart bracelet. No longer using a monochrome screen, now the content displayed is through an OLED screen. Although increased, battery life is claimed to still be up to 10 days, except with AOD which reduces life by up to 50%.
Even though it’s small, you can still integrate a sleep quality tracking feature to stress levels. Plus detection of oxygen saturation in the blood, to track a variety of sports. Including swimming, thanks to the 5ATM certification can survive to a depth of 50 meters below the surface of the water. Pre-orders for these three wearables have started now globally. The Fitbit Sense 2 retails for US$299 and the Versa 4 for US$229. Meanwhile, the Fitbit Inspire 3 retails for US$99.95.