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Leaked images of the Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4 design and unique feature updates

Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4

Leaked photos from a government agency that 9to5Google got gave them new information about upcoming Fitbit Sense 2 and Fitbit Versa 4 smartwatches.

The most important news is that the devices will have a physical button. This is a big change from the last few years, when Fitbit insisted on using the much-maligned capacitive “button” on its smartwatches and fitness trackers.

Previous rumours said that the new Fitbit wearables would still have a capacitive button, but that it would stick out from the body of the watch instead of being recessed like the Versa 3 and the first Sense. It doesn’t look like that will happen, and the company is finally going back to a trusted physical button.

The ECG sensor is now under the glass on the Fitbit Sense 2, which is another big change. In the first Sense watch, the ECG sensor was a steel ring around the watch’s edge. In the Sense 2, the sensor is under the glass and is part of the bezel around the screen. In some of the pictures, you can see it as a lighter spot between the screen and the case.

Leaks Show Three colors

Leak: Sense 2 will come in three hues. Platinum, Gold, Graphite These colours may be tracker case colours. Each tracker has a matching band, however band colours aren’t specified.

The Sense 2’s underside is updated. The collection of sensors on the smartwatch’s bottom features a redesigned configuration, with two metal arcs around the central core of sensors. 9to5 reports it’s unclear if this adjustment would improve or provide new features.

Underside displays faint lines verifying ECG, temperature sensors, GPS, and 50m water resistance.

The Fitbit Versa 4 won’t have ECG or temperature tracking like the Sense 2. Sense should also feature GPS and 50m water resistant.

Fitbit hasn’t announced the Sense 2 or Versa 4. Fitbit announced the original Sense and Versa 3 in August 2020, so the new devices could debut then. Pixel Watch could change that. Google owns Fitbit, therefore Fitbit’s involvement with the Pixel Watch is plausible. As a result, the Sense 2 and Versa 4 may come later.

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