Fitness watch maker Fitbit said Wednesday it will release three new versions of its wearable trackers powered by Google this fall. Fitbit said the new models will come with six free months of Fitbit Premium. The company said it plans to release the Inspire 3, priced at $99.95, the $229.95 Versa 4 and the $299.95 Sense 2.
Fitbit said its entry-level Inspire 3 comes with 10 hours of battery life and a color display, while the Versa 4 offers 40 exercise modes, real-time stats, and built-in GPS, and the Sense 2 rounds out the company’s top-end model which comes with a continuous wrist sensor and heart monitoring features. Fitbit was acquired by Alphabet Inc.’s
Google last year.