Fitbit Sense, Versa 3 and Inspire 2 launched: See full list of features and Specifications

Leading activity trackers and smartwatches company Fitbit today has launched a new premium smartwatches Fitbit Sense for their customers. Along with it the company has also launched two smartwatches: Versa 3 and Inspire 2, adding to its last year’s Versa and Inspire series of fitness trackers respectively.

Price and Availability

In India, Fitbit Sense is priced at Rs 34,999, the Fitbit Versa 3 will cost Rs 26,499 and the Fitbit Inspire 2 fitness band is priced at Rs 10,999. These watches are available for pre-order in the US and global release will start by the end of September. In India the watches are said to be available in Q4 2020.

Fitbit Sense features

Fitbit Sense

 

Fitbit Sense is the most feature packed flagship wearable in the trio. The smartwatch comes with an ElectroDermalActivity (EDA) sensor which can detect and indicate the body’s response to stress in a graphical manner. The watch also has an ECG app pre-installed, which can access electrical signals from your heart for atrial fibrillation, an irregular heart rhythm. You can record your heart’s rhythm which can be later shared with a medical professional.
Fitbit Sense also on-wrist skin temperature sensor, which can track your skin temperature each night and can help in detecting early signs of a fever. The watch can also be configured to track the menstrual cycle of your body.

Along with these sensors, there are more than 20 exercise modes, built-in GPS, voice assistant, music controlling, call, text & apps notifications, always on display and many other features.

Fitbit sense claims to have a battery life of more than 6 days (upto 12 hours with continuous GPS). There is support for fast charging as well.

Read the full list of Fitbit Sense features and specifications here.

Fitbit Versa 3 features

Fitbit Versa 3

 

The Fitbit Versa 3 whihc looks similar to the Fitbit sense, also claims a battery life of more than 6 days under normal usage. It supports a quick 12-minute fast charge for a full day’s worth of usage.

The wearable supports GPS functionality, which makes it the first smartwatch in the Versa series to get this feature. Watch also supports continuous heart rate monitoring with Fitbit’s PurePulse 2.0 technology. Among the other features it also includes menstrual cycle tracking, tracking for more than 20 exercise modes and calls/text/apps notifications on your watch.

Read the full list of Fitbit Versa 3 features and specifications here.

Fitbit Inspire 2 fitness band features

Fitbit Inspire 2

 

The Inspire 2 is the most affordable fitness band among the three wearables listed here. The watch can continuously track heart rate, includes more than 20 exercise modes and female users can track their menstrual cycle on this fitness band as well.

Inspire 2 claims 10 days of battery life and doesn’t support fast charging.

Read the full list of Fitbit inspire 2 features and specifications here.

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