New Fitbit smartwatch leaks with LTE modem and front-facing camera
Google is chipping away at the Fitbit ecosystem, with the former recently confirming plans to end the latter's account system and removing popular features from the Fitbit app. Nonetheless, it appears that there will soon be a new smartwatch released under the latter's brand, codenamed Project Eleven. Seemingly, the smartwatch in question is designed for children, denoted by its colourful plastic design.
The unnamed model looks a lot like the Sense and Sense 2. However, Fitbit has included a front-facing camera, unlike the rest of its portfolio. The smartwatch will also contain an LTE modem, presumably with limited functionality for making video calls with parents. Moreover, the device will feature an integrated GPS module, the full usage of which is unclear at this stage.
Furthermore, the smartwatch looks as if it runs an updated Fitbit OS, not Wear OS. According to 9to5Google, it obtained these images from 'somebody who spotted them online being sold by a third party'. Currently, 9to5Google estimates that Fitbit will launch Project Eleven in 2024. Other details remain unknown for now too, including pricing.