A new leak points to not 1 but 3 upcoming new Fitbits, including a Versa 3
A new post in Roland Quandt's blog WinFuture may hint as to what Fitbit may have in store for fans of health-focused wearables in the near future. According to a range of new images, it includes a successor to the Versa 2 smartwatch, as well as for the Inspire and Inspire HR fitness trackers. However, it seems the company intends to keep in step with in-demand specs for this market with a new device.
This one is called the Sense, which admittedly bears a very close resemblance to the "Versa 3" in its new renders: they are both watches with a possibly refined take on the typical Fitbit design language. In fact, it takes a close look at their reverse sides to guess at how they differ.
This part of their respective cases exhibit icons that can be interpreted as indicating that the Versa 3 gets 50-meter depth-resistance, voice assistant support and GPS. The Sense, on the other hand, may have more on-trend specs: 50m depth-resistance, GPS, a thermometer - and what could well be on-board electrocardiography (ECG).
The Inspire 2, on the other hand, seems to be an almost-standard fitness tracker, although it may have a curve to the sides of its display and a side-mounted button. Quandt also suggests that it has metal in its construction, which may make it a higher-tier device for its category.
However, its new putative renders give far fewer hints as to its abilities. It is possible, however, that some if not all 3 will come with the Google Assistant out of the box, in view of Fitbit's recent acquisition by the Mountain View giant.