Fitbit launches Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 wearables smartwatch. As part of the formal launch of its “autumn lineup” today, Fitbit updated its two most expensive smartwatches and added the Inspire 3 activity tracker. The Google-owned business decided against making any radical design changes this year and instead decided to gradually improve the Versa 4 and Sense 2’s aesthetics.
Except if you count the physical button that took the place of the capacitive one from the previous year. The same idea is maintained inside as well. Thanks to its new continuous EDA sensor, the Sense 2 offers all-day stress management compared to its predecessor.
This may help you become aware of possible stress triggers and establish a practice for managing stress that gradually increases resilience. It boasts 40 fitness modes, which is a twofold increase over the Versa 4, GPS, and more than 1,000 workouts and mindfulness sessions that are locked behind the Fitbit Premium paywall.
Fitbit launches Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 wearables smartwatch
It seems like Fitbit has no intentions to discontinue the premium membership. It also gives you the most thorough sleep monitoring and the Daily Readiness Score, which tells you “whether to push hard or take a rest day.” Since they were presumably already in development when Google acquired Fitbit, none of these devices support Wear OS. Google, however, asserts that Versa 4 and Sense 2 will soon support its Wallet and Maps applications.
Additionally, these two offer real-time statistics, continuous heart rate monitoring, and “more than six days of battery life.” Fast charging may provide a day’s worth of energy in 12 minutes. The newest version of Fitbit’s entry-level tracker, the Inspire 3, monitors activities, heart rate, calories, distance, sleep, and stress in a redesigned small, light, and more vividly colored packaging.
Depending on your use, it may last up to 10 days on a charge, and 3 days or more if the display is continuously on. The Versa 4, Sense 2 and Inspire 3 are each $229.95, $299.95, and $99.95 respectively. You always get a free, six-month Premium membership that renews on its own. Fitbit.com and “selected worldwide retailers” are currently accepting pre-orders for all three variants. While the other two will be ready “this autumn,” the Inspire 3 will be made accessible in September.