In addition to the two new smartwatches Sense 2 and Versa 4, Fitbit has also relaunched the fitness tracker with the Inspire 3, which has brought a number of important improvements. Instead of relying on a monochrome LED display like its predecessor, the tracker now has a colored OLED display.
SpO2 sensor and always-on OLED display
And to offer more in terms of health data, the Inspire 3 also has a sensor for measuring blood oxygen saturation – the heart rate measurement already available with the predecessor is preserved indefinitely. So, while the Inspire 3 has a display with a higher power consumption, Fitbit still promises a battery life of up to 10 days, which is identical to its predecessor, the Inspire 2. However, if users permanently activate the always-on display and continuously monitor their health data. , according to Fitbit, battery life should drop to about 3 days.
Inspire 3 stays under 100 euros
Like the Sense 2 and Versa 4, the Fitbit Inspire 3 can now can be pre-ordered directly from Fitbit. As with the introduction of the predecessor, Fitbit leaves the price at 99.95 euros and therefore below 100 euros. In addition to the night black/black color variant, the Inspire 3 is also offered in the lilac dream/black and morning sun/black.
Delivery in Germany is scheduled for mid-September. Buyers also get a six-month Premium Membership that provides additional analytics and health tools. The subscription normally costs 8.99 euros per month. In addition to bracelets in other colors, Fitbit also offers accessories such as a clip to attach the tracker to clothing.
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