With the addition of the Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 devices, Fitbit updated its array of smartwatches and activity trackers yesterday. It seems the business has one more planned for release in the upcoming months. Fitbit’s earlier today FCC filing hints the Charge 6 is on the way.
A Fitbit wireless device with the model number FB423 has now received FCC certification. The FCC docs imply it to be a fitness tracker. First spotted via 9to5Google. The device meets the Charge 6 billing because it supports Bluetooth and NFC. On the same day a year ago, the Charge 5 model FB421 with an NFC chip for contactless payments from your wrist was delivered.
The newspaper recently discovered a reference to the Charge 6 through an APK analysis of the Google Wallet app, despite the fact that the information are quite hazy and don’t necessarily indicate the FB423 is the Charge 6. They made the assumption at the time that it might only be a placeholder for a device that was in the works. However, the most recent discovery in the FCC database provides more proof that Fitbit is working on a brand-new Charge-series device. The business owes it as well. The continuous EDA (electrodermal activity) sensor, which made its debut on Sense 2, might be added.
Advertisement We can’t completely rule out the idea that it could be anything else, though. 9to5 According to Google, it might also be a new Fitbit Luxe model. The company’s lineup would undoubtedly include an NFC-capable Luxe 2. It has recently concentrated on providing quality features at lesser prices.
MAYBE MONTHS UNTIL THIS FITBIT DEVICE ARRIVES The FB423’s FCC filing today indicates that this wearable might enter the market in a few months. However, Fitbit referred to the new gadgets as its fall range when it unveiled the Sense 2, Versa 4, and Inspire 3 yesterday. Its next launch will most likely occur in the first few months of the next year, possibly in December or January.
However, it would mean the device will miss the holiday shopping season, when these kinds of goods are in high demand. Additionally, the possibility of the Charge 6 debuting in January may cause customers to become less interested in Charge 5. As a result, there is much uncertainty around the release date of Fitbit’s wireless FB423 device. Despite the fact that the corporation may have recently introduced three new products, we do know that they are developing a fourth one. In the upcoming months, it ought to surface in more leaks and rumors. We’ll keep you informed.