Fitbit Inspire devices are entry-level fitness trackers designed to push you toward healthier lifestyle choices, and we expect the third-generation model to launch very soon. News about the Fitbit Inspire 3 is scant so far, but some hints about the new watch are starting to emerge, and we can make some educated guesses about what's to come.

The Fitbit Inspire 2 is still one of the best fitness trackers available today and worth considering if you're looking for a new activity band, but if you're not in a big hurry, it might be worth the wait. algunos meses. para ver lo que Fitbit Inspire 3 trae a la mesa. Sospechamos que hay algunas importantes actualizaciones en camino, y si Fitbit se apega su strategia de precios habitual, probably no costará mucho más.

With that in mind, here's everything we know about the Fitbit Inspire 3 so far. We'll update this page regularly as news rolls in, so if you're planning on updating your device, we recommend keeping it bookmarked and checking back frequently for the latest updates.

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  • What is it? An entry-level fitness tracker
  • When did it come out? Maybe around August 2022
  • How much will it cost?

Fitbit Inspire 3 news and leaks

Fitbit itself has yet to announce anything official about the Inspire 3, but we have reason to believe that the new fitness tracker could be coming soon, and it could be a huge level upgrade on the Inspire 2.

In March 2022, 9to5Google's eagle-eyed sleuths spotted references to three new devices in the official Fitbit app for Android setup files. We don't know much about the other three other than their screen resolutions, but judging by the fact that two of them (codenames Hera and Rhea) are square, they appear to be the Fitbit Sense 2 and Fitbit Versa 4.

The third device, codenamed Nyota, has a resolution of 124 x 208 pixels, which is the same as the 2021 Fitbit Luxe. This has led to speculation that a Luxe 2 could be on the horizon, but TechRadar We think it's more likely that Nyota will actually be the long-awaited Fitbit Inspire 3, complete with a major display upgrade.

The reason for this is quite simple: the Fitbit Versa 3, Sense and Inspire 2 all launched on the same day, so it would make sense for their successors to follow the same pattern. The Luxe, on the other hand, isn't scheduled for an update yet (in fact, as of this writing, it's still at the top of our roundup of the best fitness trackers), so we'd be very surprised if a follow-up lands in 2022.

what we expect

As mentioned above, the main update we expect to see for the Fitbit Inspire 3 is a new display. The Fitbit Luxe is roughly the same size as the Inspire 2, and the fact that Nyota's screen is the same size suggests to us that Fitbit will use the same OLED screen for its next-gen Inspire. After all, you already have the supply chains and manufacturing processes in place.

If this is indeed the case, it will be a huge step forward for the Inspire range, which until now has never offered anything more sophisticated than a pixel-memory monochrome display.

The Fitbit Inspire, Inspire HR and Inspire 2 only have monochrome displays with pixel memory, so switching to color OLED would be a huge improvement (Image credit: Fitbit)

The Inspire has always been Fitbit's entry-level fitness tracker, so we don't expect the Inspire 3 to feature the same stress-monitoring electrodermal activity (EDA) and electrocardiogram (ECG) sensors as the Fitbit Sense and Charge 5. We also don't hold our breath for the built-in GPS, as that's not something you get with the Fitbit Luxe.

One thing we could get is a new SpO2 sensor, which would improve the Inspire 3's sleep tracking capabilities and could help detect signs of conditions like sleep apnea. It would be a logical choice for a company that has invested heavily in meditation and sleep tracking in recent months.

EDA app on a Fitbit Charge 5 watch

We don't expect the Fitbit Inspire 2 to inherit the Fitbit Charge 5's EDA and ECG sensors (Image credit: Future)

Late last year, Fitbit started testing a new feature called "sleeping animals" that compares your nighttime habits to that of a bear, turtle, parrot, hedgehog, chipmunk, squirrel, etc., giraffe, hedgehog, or dolphin. Fitbit owners included in the test received personalized advice to help them sleep better, with the ultimate goal of falling asleep as soundly as a grizzly bear.

We're keeping an eye out for more Fitbit Inspire 3 news and possible leaks, and we'll let you know as soon as possible.

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