Fitbit has set a launch event for the Sense 2 and Versa 4 smartwatches on August 24. This announcement came somewhat unexpectedly and out of the blue.
The official Fitbit Twitter account posted a few teaser photographs of the new hardware along with the launch event for the new hardware. The new Sense, Versa, and Inspire fitness bands have familiar footprints and designs with a few changes to the side buttons, bezels, and other components, according to recently released photographs and detailed renderings.
The Fitbit Sense 2 in Gold, Graphite, and Platinum colors might be seen in those renderings. We also anticipate seeing light blue, black, and light gray bands, although Fitbit is anticipated to have far more band possibilities. Unfortunately, the Versa 4 was only seen in the hues Graphite and Rose in those earlier images. According to those renderings, the Fitbit Inspire 3 is yet another inexpensive fitness band option that has a color display.
We may soon see Google Wallet functionality on a Fitbit wearable for the first time, according to a recent teardown of the Fitbit app. This makes reasonable given that Google now owns Fitbit, and we hope to learn more after the formal unveiling of the Sense 2 and Versa 4.
Given that Google will soon introduce a Wear OS-powered wristwatch, it is uncertain how the Sense and Versa will be positioned. On top of that, when the Pixel Watch is eventually introduced, Fitbit tracking capabilities and more will be available. We’ll simply have to wait and see what this official launch ceremony has in store.