Fitbit Inspire 3 launches with an OLED display, SpO2 and skin temperature monitor capabilities for US$99.95
Fitbit has released the Inspire 3, its third smartwatch announced today alongside the Sense 2 and the Versa 4. Unlike those pair, the Inspire 3 is a fitness tracker with a slim display. Fitbit has bundled several upgrades in the Inspire 3 compared to the Inspire 2, though. Specifically, the Inspire 3 has a more rounded design than its predecessor, within which Fitbit has included an OLED display, mirroring its predecessor.
However, the new Inspire 3 has a colour display too, compared to the monochrome one in the Inspire 2, plsu an ambient light sensor for automatically adjusting display brightness levels. Additionally, the new display supports always-on display (AoD) functionality, another advantage over the Inspire 2. Moreover, the Inspire 3 is approximately 1 mm thinner than its predecessor, while retaining its 5 ATM water resistance.
Unfortunately, the Inspire 3 lacks a built-in GPS module. Hence, you must take your paired smartphone with you if you want to record GPS data while cycling, running or walking. Predictably, Fitbit includes its usual suite of exercise modes and health tracking features. Accordingly, Fitbit has equipped the Inspire 3 with a skin temperature sensor, which can be used to detect signs of disease and track menstrual cycles. Similarly, Fitbit has included an optical heart rate sensor that can monitor your heart rate 24/7. Also, Fitbit has equipped the Inspire 3 with a SpO2 sensor for tracking blood oxygen levels.
The Fitbit Inspire 3 is already orderable in multiple markets, including the US. Available for US$99.95, the Fitbit Inspire 3 comes in Midnight Zen/Black, Lilac Bliss/Black and Morning Glow/Black colour options, which will all start shipping on September 15.