Fitbit has launched three of its iconic wearables Fitbit Sense 2, Versa 4 & Inspire 3 in the market. It’s more than a year, since the company unveiled its previous products, and now we have new wearables. After its launch, the first disappointment users received is its lack of Wear OS software. Yes, Fitbit decided to go without Google’s software on all its new products. Interestingly, Google has acquired Fitbit, and many experts thought Google would implement Wear OS on Fitbit.
Moving further, Fitbit Sense 2 will now track your stress the whole day with its EDA sensor. The workout modes on both Sense 2 & Versa 4 have increased to 40, and there are more than 1000 modes in premium services.
The Fitbit Premium service also offers a mindfulness program, advanced sleep tracking, and Daily Readiness Score. Both watches come with SpO2 tracking, continuous heart rate tracking, find my phone, music control, and many other features.
ECG function is only available with Sense 2, and versa 4 this year too missed it. The Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa features will let you give voice commands. The Inspire 3 is an entry-level fitness tracker with HR, stress, sleep, workout modes, and fine battery life.
All three wearables are now live to pre-order on the Fitbit website. The availability for Inspire 3 is in September, and the remaining will come this fall. In the latest FCC finding, we have spotted the company is also planning to launch Fitbit Charge 6 tracker.