Fitbit’s acquisition deal by Google is under process but still, Fitbit will launch all its planned devices. The company is upping to reveal a special smartwatch for the kids with 4G connectivity. It is a target-specific product that will be convenient for the kids and is scheduled to launch later this year. Fitbit Ace 2 comes with adjustable bands and customizable features and wide connectivity across Android and iOS. The upcoming kids-friendly wearable will be similar to the existing smartwatches and offers exciting features.
Last month Fitbit announced Charge 4 which stands first product since Google acquired the company. It comes with built-in GPS, mobile payment support, and a useful combination of sensors to track additional exercises. Until the acquisition deal finalizes, Fitbit will work on its existing projects. According to the plan, a smartwatch for kids is another important device to will develop through the company. Kid-friendly wearables attract the special class and take the segment to the next level.
Fitbit Smartwatch with Kids Mode
Upcoming kids smartwatch will sports features like fitness tracking for children, IP68 water resistance which helps for swimming, scheduling tools, and an assistant. These features help kids to stay tuned with their fitness standards as well as parents to keep monitoring them. Apple Watch will get kids mode with WatchOS 7 and also empower parents control by pairing with iPhone.
Accordingly, Fitbit acquired Doki Technologies to develop a kid-friendly smartwatch. It enables wearables with voice and video calling as well as 4G over LTE and the upcoming smartwatch will get all these features. We could expect the same features and standards in the rumored watch like Fitbit Versa, Fitbit Ace 2, Fitbit Versa Lite, Fitbit Inspire, and the upcoming Fitbit Charge 4. The upcoming device will integrate cellular service into a product which is subject to further expansion. The kids-friendly wearable will be the best opportunity for the company to introduce the new segment with exciting offerings.