For $99, Fitbit Inspire 3 has an always-on display and a color screen.

While the Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4 smartwatches are the highlight of the company’s new portfolio, the Google-owned company also unveiled the Fitbit Inspire 3, a new fitness tracker with a color screen this year.

The Fitbit Inspire 3 will be available for $99, the same price as last year’s Inspire 2, and it delivers a generally similar package. It measures basic health statistics like steps, heart rate, and sleep and has a battery life of up to 10 days on a single charge. Although it isn’t as sophisticated as the Charge 5, which supports ECG, it does a good job with the essentials.

An SpO2 sensor, which is new to the Fitbit Inspire 3, enables the tracker to display and monitor your blood oxygen levels.

But the display is where the significant new change is found. A color OLED display and a user interface resembling that of the Fitbit Charge 5 and Luxe are now features of the Fitbit Inspire 3. Fitbit still predicts a battery life of 10 days despite the new, color LCD display, which replaces the previous monochrome model.

Turning on the new always-on display function, which reduces endurance to about three days, will significantly reduce battery life. Notifications, calls, and other functions that were previously available continue to exist but with new interfaces.

The colorful clock faces and the always-on display feature enable you add even more color to your day. You can easily read your data on the vivid display (3 days with default settings). You may stay connected to what important to you with customisable on-wrist notifications from your phone while out for a run or on your way to class.

Pre-orders for the Fitbit Inspire 3 are being taken today for $99, and shipments will begin in September. It also comes with a $60 worth six-month Premium subscription for both new and existing clients.

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