Fitbit's most popular wearable is getting more powerful today with the announcement of the Charge 3. The new model has a slimmer and more streamlined design with a sleek aluminum case and Corning Gorilla Glass 3. That glass protects a touchscreen OLED display that is larger and brighter than the previous model and it's the first wearable with an inductive button, a feature that helps achieve that slimmer design and is able to implement more sensors, and a larger battery that is rated for up to 7 days of use.
They've also added a relative SpO2 sensor that could potentially detect breathing issues that indicate possible allergies, asthma, or sleep apnea. That sensor will also complement their new and upcoming Sleep Score beta that helps you track your overall sleep quality. Other features include an expanded array of smart features, Fitbit Pay (w/ Charge 3 special edition), and custom notifications.
The Charge 3 is available for pre-order today and will hit American, European, and Middle Eastern retailers this October.
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