Earlier this April, wearable maker Fitbit had launched the Fitbit Charge 4 as the successor to the Charge 3. Now the brand has announced three devices in India including Fitbit Sense, Versa 3 and Inspire 2. The first two offerings are smartwatches, with the Sense touted to be most advanced health wearable yet.
The Fitbit Sense packs flagship specifications. The Versa 3 and Inspire HR are the successors to their respective predecessors launched last year. Both devices arrive with upgraded specifications and features. Let’s take a look at the technical specifications of the wearables below.
Fitbit Sense specifications and features
The Fitbit Sense features an AMOLED display with ambient light sensor with an always-on display mode. The smartwatch is offered in carbon/graphite and lunar white/soft cold stainless steel options. The device is water-resistant up to 50 meters and can track swimming related activities.
The Fitbit Sense packs a lot of health-tracking features. It is equipped with EDA (electrodermal activity) sensor for tracking stress levels. Users can place their palm on the face of the device to understand their body’s response to stress and also pair it with guided mindfulness sessions in Fitbit app to understand how the body responds to meditation and relaxation.
The Fitbit Sense offers advanced tracking features when it comes to heart health. The device comes with ECG tracking that alerts the user for signs of atrial fibrillation (AFib) as well as 24×7 heart rate tracking. The smartwatch also offers a menstrual tracking feature for women.
It comes with an SpO2 and on-wrist skin temperature sensor for measuring oxygen levels in blood and any signs of fever or illness respectively. The Fitbit Sense features an in-built GPS for outdoor exercise. It supports 20+ workout and exercise modes. The wearable device also monitors sleep stages and sleep score.
As for convenience, the Fitbit Sense comes with an inbuilt speaker and microphone along with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa support. It displays calls, text and app notifications. The smartwatch supports contactless payments and control music playback. The Fitbit Sense is claimed to offer 6 days of battery life with 12 hours of continuous GPS usage. The device is also claimed to offer a day’s battery life in just 12 minutes of charging.
Fitbit Versa 3 specifications and features
The Fitbit Versa 3 comes with upgrades compared to its predecessor. It retains the same design as the Versa 2 with an AMOLED display and Gorilla Glass 3. The smartwatch now supports built-in GPS. It is equipped with PurePulse 2.0 technology for 24×7 heart rate tracking. The device helps users understand their fitness levels and how they can improve it over time.
There is an Active Zone minutes feature that helps users track their daily activities. The wearable device offers menstrual tracking, guided breathing sessions and personalised reminders. The Versa 3 is also equipped with built-in speaker and microphone allowing the ability to take calls directly from the wrist. It offers the same convenient features and battery life as the Fitbit Sense.
Fitbit Inspire 2 specifications and features
Coming to the fitness tracker, the Inspire 2 packs advanced features compared to its predecessor. The latest offering sports a backlit OLED display. It comes with same health tracking features from the Versa 3 including Active Zone minutes, 24 x 7 heart rate monitor, guided breathing sessions, menstrual health tracking and food and hydration intake.
The Fitbit Inspire 2 is also swim-proof and supports 20+ exercise modes. It also displays app notifications and a quick replies feature for Android users. The wearable offers a battery life of 10 days which is the longest on any Fitbit device.
Fitbit Sense, Versa 3 and Inspire 2 price in India
The Fitbit Sense carries a price tag of Rs 34,999. The Versa 3 is priced at Rs 26,499. The Fitbit Inspire 2 will retail at Rs 10,999. The Fitbit Inspire 2 comes with a one-year free trial of Fitbit Premium for added guidance and motivation to reach fitness goals. The wearable devices will be available for purchase in India in Q4 2020, with worldwide availability starting in late September.