The Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 trackers from Fitbit, as well as what appears to be their best design to date, have recently been shown in a fresh leak. These leaks don’t represent the first to demonstrate the prospective design. However, given that they appear to be press renders that Fitbit will utilize for marketing purposes, they give a more accurate view of the trackers.
The leak not only displays the Fitbit Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 designs, but also a range of each device’s available colors. But these won’t always be the hues that are offered. Additionally, this most recent leak offers a better view of the new physical button in action. Fitbit featured a touch capacitive button on the Sense and Versa 3. However, it was said that Fitbit was replacing those.
Both follow-up devices were depicted in real-world photographs in reports from earlier this year. Additionally, it appeared as though the capacitive button was being replaced. This most recent leak backs up that adjustment. But unlike the other leak, this current one displays each device’s finished design. and more information about the button itself. Unlike the first leak, which contained what seemed to be pictures from a regulatory test.
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The Sense 2 will be available in three distinct hues, according to the leak . Platinum, graphite, and gold. These color designations seem to be referring to the hues of the tracker case. Although the colors of the bands aren’t revealed, each tracker is also shown wearing a matching band.
In contrast, the Fitbit Versa 3 is rumored to come in two colors: graphite and rose. With what appears to be black and a coral-like hue for the bands. Finally, there will be three different color options for the Inspire 3. include pink, yellow, and black.
Having said that, Fitbit will undoubtedly provide other band options that have various sorts of material and color schemes. like it has for earlier devices. There are still many unanswered questions about each item, even with the color and general design being made public. It is unknown when Fitbit plans to introduce any of the three new trackers, and the specs information are still up in the air.