Fitbit Luxe appears in leaked images with stainless steel body and OLED screen

Sagar, 17 April 2021

Fitbit announced the Ace 3 fitness band for kids last month, and the next smart band it will introduce is called Fitbit Luxe, which has appeared in images leaked by German blog WinFuture.

The Fitbit Luxe has an elegant design and will have at least three color options. Its body is made of polished stainless steel, and its interchangeable straps will come with a buckle clasp we usually don't see on fitness trackers.

Fitbit Luxe appears in leaked images with stainless steel body and OLED screen

The Luxe will pack a color OLED touchscreen of unknown resolution. We don't have the detailed specs of the wearable yet, however, the leaked pictures reveal the fitness tracker will come with breathing training, heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and some sports modes.

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Fitbit Luxe with heart rate monitoring, meditation, and sleep tracking

The source also claims that Fitbit Luxe will come with stress monitoring and will be water-resistant, meaning you don't have to take it off your wrist when swimming.

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Fitbit Luxe

The Fitbit Luxe won't have GPS on board, but you'll still be able to track your workout routes with the help of GPS on the connected smartphone.

The pricing and launch date of the Fitbit Luxe is currently unknown, but since the official images are out, it shouldn't be too long before Fitbit announces its new wearable.

Source (in German)


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  • Joshua

Connected GPS is such a scam. Just say that it doesn't have GPS and if you want to track your position you need to use your smartphone. The other day I bought a pair of "smart shoes" that don't have Google Maps built in, but ...

It will be most closer to Fitbit Charge series + colors :) Would be great if have NFC and because Fitbit is already part of Google - it could be excellent if support both payments capabilities: Fitbit Pay and Google Pay. Battery time must be 1 f...

looks like every other Fitbit fitness band

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