Notebookcheck Logo

Suunto 9 Peak design and specifications leak with sapphire glass, GPS and over 80 sports modes mentioned

The Suunto 9 Peak looks a lot like the rest of the Suunto 9 series. (Image source: FCC via Android Authority)
The Suunto 9 Peak looks a lot like the rest of the Suunto 9 series. (Image source: FCC via Android Authority)
The FCC has inadvertently leaked Suunto's next smartwatch, the Suunto 9 Peak. The regulatory body has confirmed not only the smartwatch's design, but also several of its features.

Currently, Suunto sells two smartwatches under its 9 series, but the FCC has confirmed that a third is on its way. According to a document published by the FCC, Suunto's next smartwatch will be the Suunto 9 Peak. Unsurprisingly, the FCC took down the document, probably because of the volume of details that it confirmed about the device.

So far, we only have one image to go off, but it does confirm the Suunto 9 Peak's design. Visually, little separates the Suunto 9 Peak from the Suunto 9 Baro, which Suunto released in 2019. Additionally, the Suunto 9 Peak has a heart rate sensor, sports weather functionality and an integrated navigation system with built-in GPS. Moreover, the image describes the Suunto 9 Peak as having a sapphire glass front and up to 100 metres of water resistance.

The smartwatch should support over 80 sports modes too, while the promotional material emphasises how thin and small the Suunto 9 Peak is. We expect the Suunto 9 peak to run Suunto's in-house OS, instead of Wear OS as the Suunto 7 does. Unfortunately, it is unknown when Suunto will announce the 9 Peak or how much it will charge for it.

(Image source: FCC via Android Authority)

Source(s)

static version load dynamic
Loading Comments
Comment on this article
Please share our article, every link counts!
.170
> Notebook / Laptop Reviews and News > News > News Archive > Newsarchive 2021 03 > Suunto 9 Peak design and specifications leak with sapphire glass, GPS and over 80 sports modes mentioned
Alex Alderson, 2021-03-15 (Update: 2021-03-15)