So we know that Fitbit is working on a smartwatch of their own, and several months ago leaked renders revealed what the device could look like. Now thanks to the folks at Wareable, additional renders of the upcoming smartwatch have been revealed, giving us additional clues as to what we can expect.


The renders appear to be similar to the ones we saw in the previous leak, so it would seem that they are coming from the same source. However the difference is that these renders give us a new angle of the watch to look at, such as the back where the heart rate sensor is expected to go. The new leak also hints that the Fitbit smartwatch could be offered in at least two different colors: gold/rose gold and silver.

We’re not sure if there are additional colors planned, but these are the only two colors that have been revealed by the render. In terms of features we’re not sure what to expect from the Fitbit smartwatch. We expect it will have pretty much the same features as anyone can expect from a smartwatch, but it is unclear if there will be differentiating factors.

We also know that there will be support for third-party apps at launch, and that it is expected to be launched in time for the holiday season.

Filed in Gadgets >Rumors. Read more about Fitbit, Smartwatch and Wearable Tech.

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