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Leaked images supposedly show Fitbit’s next ‘mass appeal’ smartwatch

The Verge ----------- Wareable has published leaked images that supposedly show Fitbit’s next smartwatch. The device has a sleek design and will reportedly be aimed at female consumers. According to Wareable, it’ll run on Fitbit OS, will be water resistant up to 50 meters, and has the ability to monitor sleep apnea through a SpO2 sensor. However, it won’t have GPS. Fitbit CEO James Park previously mentioned during an investor call that the company plans to launch a smartwatch with “mass appeal,” and this might be it. Fitbit’s last wearable, the $299 Ionic, was launched to average reviews; The Verge’s own Lauren Goode noted its inelegant hardware and limited smartwatch functionality. The Ionic is also chunky and only available in one size, putting off users with smaller wrists. This new watch seems to address at least some of those concerns. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

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