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Alleged Fitbit Charge 3 fitness tracker images appear online

07 August 2018 2

A new report from a Dutch publication Nieuwe Mobiel has appeared talking about the upcoming Fitbit Charge 3 fitness tracker. It shares a bunch of render images claimed to be of the Fitbit Charge 3 and thus giving us our first look at the wearable. The report does not mention details about specs, release date or pricing but makes a few speculations on the basis of these renders.

Starting off with the design, the Fitbit Charge 3 is shown carrying a design which has kind of become a signature Fitbit thing. We have seen different fitness trackers and even smartwatches from the company with a similar design. The most interesting thing to note here is the absence of the physical button which is present on the Charge 2. It seems like Fitbit has gone for complete touch-based controls this time around.


Fitbit will continue to offer interchangeable straps but for the upcoming model, there appear to be more options than usual. There will obviously be sporty-looking straps for those who like to workout on regular basis. And yes, it will offer different color options too so that you can match it with your outfit or simply because you want to change the color.

There are no words on the official unveiling yet but Fitbit launched Charge 2 at IFA 2016 in Berlin. And this is the month where we will be seeing IFA 2018 which means an official Charge 3 launch might just be around the corner. Fitbit has not said anything about a product or an event yet but we will keep you updated.


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