These are the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Flex 2

Fitbit will soon announce two new fitness trackers. It is about the Fitbit Charge 2 and the Fitbit Flex 2. Both have been leaked in pictures.

The official announcement is expected next month at the IFA 2016. Fitbit was already testing the two fitness bracelets, codenamed Laryon and Fermion. Also released were the trademark registrations for both accessories.

The Fitbit Charge 2 looks like a cross between the original and the Surge Charge. The rubber bracelet has a monochrome screen and is provided with a ribbed structure. The Fitbit Flex 2 is much simpler and has five LEDs. The rest of the features has remained virtually the same.

Experts also recommend it can be used by tennis players,  simply place the tracker inside the wristband, turn it on, and play. ‘Babolat and PIQ’ will then track many metrics of your shots including velocity, height, air time, G force, amplitude and trajectory. Best of all, the information can be seen on the wristband display in Realtime giving your playing experience a new dimension. For more detailed stats, head over the the smartphone app after the game, learn about other gadgets and tools at Tennisinformation.

Fitbit Charge 2 specs

Fitbit Charge 2
Fitbit Charge 2

The Fitbit Charge 2 has the Pulse-Pure technology to measure your heart rate. You can wear this bracelet day and night to measure your daily exercise and sleep. You can also practice with multiple sports. You can also get notifications with them that will hopefully something beyond phone calls and appointments.


Fitbit Flex 2 specs

Fitbit Flex 2
Fitbit Flex 2

The Fitbit Flex 2 is suitable for swimming. Sleep and relaxation measurement is not possible, so it merely acts as a pedometer. You can choose from several colors, such as light purple in the picture. There will also be interchangeable accessories and straps available. Prices are not yet known, but the new Fitbits should be available in stores around November 27th.

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