Fitbit has invested heavily in recent years to strengthen its smart clock offer by buying companies such as Vector Watch and Pebble. The result of these purchases seems to be the Fitbit Versa, a smart smart user-oriented watch that needs some features in addition to a regular smart bracelet and a replacement for the Iconic model released last year.
Versa seems to be greatly inspired by Pebble's pioneering design, being delivered in a square-shaped shape and rotten corners with physical buttons on the sides and a range of neutral colors for carcasses and bracelets. At the hardware level, Versa comes with a 1.34 "display with 1,000 nits of brightness, which suggests that it will not have trouble displaying in direct sunlight. It will be protected by Gorilla Glass 3, while the body of the watch will be made of aluminum. There will be two variants of the clock: normal and "special edition", the difference being the color scheme and the integration of an NFC chip. The autonomy on both models is about 4 days and the NFC model will also be able to make payments at any contactless POS
The software that will form the basis of the Fitbit Versa experience is called Fitbit OS 2.0 and gives users the ability to personalize their menus as you like. Also, Android users will benefit from the Smart Answers feature for incoming phone messages. The majority of Fitbit Versa's features will be focused on monitoring your effort and health, equipped with a pulse monitoring sensor, but there will be integration with various services and applications such as the Philips Hue smart home system
The standard version of Fitbit Versa is listed on the company's website at $ 200, while the "special" version with NFC costs $ 230. Both can be configured with rubber, metal, textile or metal bracelets (each bracelet costs $ 50), but each model comes standard with two big bracelets and a smaller one to provide a comfortable use experience for all users.