Fitbit: Unofficial renders would reveal the design of the new smartwatch

After weeks and weeks of smoky rumors and statements, a series of unofficial renders appeared on the Net that would reveal the design of the new Fitbit smartwatch. This is a clear sign that the launch of the new wearable company in California is approaching.

It was also James Park, CEO of Fitbit, to confirm that by the end of the year will be presented a smartwatch, equipped with GPS and diving resistance up to 50 meters, which will offer multi-platform compatibility (Android and iOS) and A multi-day autonomy. Recently, Wearable.com’s  colleagues have given more substance to these vague guidelines by rendering, rather plausible, that they would show design and color schemes of the smartwatch: the new wearable would resume drawing and lines of Fitbit Blaze and would consist of a unibody metal case , Confirming the impermeability. From the back images, there will also be a renewed heart rate monitoring system.

However, it remains to be clarified whether and what impact the acquisition of Pebble might have on this new project (it is about unpublished software functions for the ecosystem). There will be some wait for the official, meanwhile the new Fitbit smartwatch begins to take shape.

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