Renders for possible new Fitbit Versa SKUs surface online
TechnoBuffalo has posted a range of images showing a device with Fitbit design language, but in colors previously unknown to this brand. They are apparently called Cyan Blue, Silver, Rose Pink and Purple. The renders have led to speculation that they are for the Fitbit Versa 2, but are more likely to simply be new color options for the pre-existing Versa.
The Fitbit Versa is a solid candidate smartwatch for more health-conscious wearable fans. On the other hand, it lacks inbuilt GPS. The OEM also left NFC for payments out of this wearable - unless you want to shell out for one of its Special Edition SKUs, that is. A new set of renders showing a device that could be the Versa has emerged, with the exception that it is finished in 4 colors not currently available as options for this product.
TechnoBuffalo has posted these images on its news site, calling the new colors Cyan Blue, Silver, Rose Pink and Purple. Their appearance has resulted in speculation that they may in fact be renders for the second-generation Versa. However, as the main body of the smartwatch looks identical to the extant smartwatch, this is unlikely.
The images also give no hint of novel sensors or features in comparison to the original model.. In addition, the 'new' Versas also retain the charging connectors found in the pre-existing SKUs. Therefore, if this really is a new product, its design could be considered conservative at best.
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