Fitbit announced new smartwatch with stress sensor and fitness tracker
Fitbit has unveiled two branded smartwatches called the Sense and Versa 3, as well as the Inspire 2 fitness tracker. Each of the new wearables provides information about the user's health and tracks his activity throughout the day. The older model is also notable for the function of measuring the level of stress, first implemented in the manufacturer's line of wearable devices.
The Sense smartwatch has a built-in sensor to measure your stress level. To get the readings you want, you need to launch the EDA Scan app and place your palm on the watch face. The gadget is also able to measure the level of oxygen in the blood (SpO2), including during sleep. The ECG function is also announced, but it will be available later, after the approval of the FDA regulator.
The more affordable Fitbit Versa 3 received a Fitbit PurePulse 2.0 heart rate sensor and a claimed battery life of up to six days. In addition, the accessory is equipped with a built-in speaker for making calls, a GPS module, and supports payments via Fitbit Pay. Both models received an OLED display, a waterproof case, and support for voice assistants Alexa and Google Assistant.
The Inspire 2 is equipped with a heart rate monitor with 24/7 heart rate monitoring, sleep quality monitoring, support for notifications from various applications, and a battery that provides up to ten days of use on a single charge.
Fitbit Sense will be available for $329, the Fitbit Versa 3 smartwatch will be available for $229, and the Inspire 2 fitness tracker will cost $99. New items are already available for pre-order and will go on sale at the end of September 2020.