The Fitbit Charge 6 will soon join the company’s array of fitness trackers and is anticipated to go on sale. However, according to recent reports, the Charge 6 will resemble its predecessor in many ways and won’t represent a dramatic improvement.

In August of last year, Fitbit released the Charge 5, which is the perfect solution for people searching for a reasonably priced fitness tracker. The Charge 6, the replacement model, will supposedly have a similar footprint and be an economical choice. Perhaps for this reason, Fitbit tried to limit the upgrades it made to the Charge 6 to just a handful.

The Charge 6 has an aluminum body with a curved glass surface, according to the knowledgeable individuals who spoke with 9to5Google . Additionally, it has shining strips for ECG readings on the left and right.

Advertisement By the way, the news shouldn’t come as a surprise to you because Fitbit kept the same design for the Charge 3 and Charge 4 wearables and decided to slightly alter it for the Charge 5. One of Fitbit’s tactics for producing inexpensive fitness trackers is to maintain the design for two generations.

THE FITBIT CHARGE 6 CAME TO THE FCC TO GET THE NEEDED CERTIFICATES. According to reports, the forthcoming Charge 6 was sent with the FB424 model number to the FCC. Thus, it is clear that the debut date is not far off. Google is testing the Wallet feature on a Charge 6 device, according to some reports.

When it comes to potential specifications and functionality, Fitbit has been cautious. However, the source claims that the Charge 6 may also receive the new Body Response sensor that was added to the Fitbit Sense 2 in order to detect continuous electrodermal activity (cEDA) for effective all-day stress management. There will undoubtedly be some upgrades made to the device’s other tracking capabilities.

Advertisement Furthermore, the precise launch date has not yet been disclosed. But CES 2023 would be a great place for Fitbit to introduce Charge 6.

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