Following the company’s controversial takeover by Google, Fitbit is working on a follow-up to the Fitbit Charge 4 that debuted last year, making it one of the company’s first gadgets (along with the Fitbit Luxe).
For the first time ever in the Charge series, Fitbit’s upcoming Charge 5 fitness tracker will have a color screen, according to Evan Blass of @evleaks fame.
For navigation, the Fitbit Charge 5 appears to have a curved display with capacitive controls on each side.
Similarly, Fitbit Charge 4 and Fitbit Versa 3 and Fitbit Sense had capacitive buttons on one side of the device.
Also, Blass posted other photographs of different colored devices, including as black, a dark grey, and a more beige-like tint.
In addition to the lack of specifications provided by Blass himself, there were plenty of fitness monitoring capabilities in the original Fitbit Charge 5.
Heart rate and sleep tracking, VO2 and Spo2 monitoring, GPS tracking, Spotify controls, and Fitbit Pay were all included.
You may use Fitbit Pay everywhere you can pay with NFC (Near Field Communication).
The Fitbit Charge 5 is likely to inherit most, if not all, of these features, considering that it’s the successor of the Fitbit Charge 4.
As a bonus, each of these renders includes a possible release date: October 23rd. In the past, leaked renders have been used by companies to reveal a launch date.
For example, fresh Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 renders were released before Galaxy Unpacked was unveiled.
The launch date could just be a random day, but it’s entertaining to think when it’s conceivable.
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