Fitbit Sense, Versa 3, Inspire 2 renders leaked online, suggests buttonless design

Fitbit Sense, Versa, and Inspire 2 - Feature Image

Fitbit is a brand that is known all around the world for its various fitness-based bands and watches. The brand offers different bands for the various needs of its consumers. Now, the renders of its upcoming devices have been leaked and they showcase a very different design. What is this new design? Also, what are the three new upcoming devices from the brand? Let us discuss the same in brief.

Fitbit Sense, Versa 3, Inspire 2

Fitbit is apparently working on three new devices that might launch before 2020 ends. According to WinFuture, the devices will be marketed as the Fitbit Versa 3, Fitbit Inspire 2 and the Fitbit Sense. The Inspire 2 will most probably be aimed at the budget segment, with the other two being premium offerings.

The images reveal that the Versa 3 and the Sense will come with a square form factor, while the Inspire 2 will be retaining the elongated rectangular design that was present on its predecessor. As mentioned above, due to the pricing, the Inspire will be less feature-rich in comparison to the other devices.

Oddly, the two smartwatches may not ship with physical hardware buttons since the Versa 3 render shows a divot instead of the typical crown. This may mean that the device will have a touch-sensitive control button, getting rid of the hardware piece. As for the inner side, it seems it will have voice control, GPS, and 50m water resistance. The Sense may have heart-related features like ECG or EKG.

As of now, there is no news on the launch of the same. In case any news arises, we will follow up on the same.
What are your thoughts on the new design of all three devices? Which one would you choose to buy and why? Let us know in the comments below.

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