[Exclusive] Fitbit Charge 6 First Look Renders; Shows Physical Button, Design and Colours Ahead of Official Launch

The Fitbit Charge 6 might debut on September 28.

  • The Fitbit Charge 6 will debut in three colour options.
  • The wearable will have the same design as that of Charge 5, except that it will have a physical button.
  • Similar to earlier Fitbit products, the Charge 6 will include Google apps and services.

Fitbit unveiled the Fitbit Charge 5 back in August 2021. The Fitbit Charge 5 features a sleek design and a 1.04-inch AMOLED display with 450 nits brightness. The fitness tracker also has several health monitoring features such as a heart rate sensor and SpO2 sensor. The Charge 5 also has a built-in GPS, 20 exercise modes, as well as NFC support. Now, after two years, it seems like the Charge 5 is finally getting a successor soon. The new fitness tracker obviously will be dubbed as the Fitbit Charge 6, and we at MySmartPrice have managed to obtain the renders of the same from our source.

Fitbit Charge 6 Design Revealed

The renders shared by our source show that the upcoming Fitbit Charge 6 will have a similar design as that of the Charge 5. However, it will have a physical button on the right edge. Though the specifications and features of the Charge 6 remain unknown currently, one can expect it to offer similar specifications as that of the Charge 5 such as an Always-on display, a heart rate sensor, a SpO2 sensor, and GPS support. The renders also show that the Charge 6 will debut in Black, Beige and Pink colour options. It is worth noting that these are not the official names of the colours.

Similar to the Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4, the Charge 6 will also support Google apps and services such as Google Maps and YouTube Music as reported by 9to5Google earlier. Fitbit has teased the launch of a new product which is set to go official on September 28. Though the teaser shared by the company doesn’t reveal any details, it’s safe to assume that the Charge 6 will debut on September 28, given that the leaks related to the same have been floating around.

As mentioned above, the Charge 6 will succeed the Charge 5. To recall, the Charge 5 features a 1.04-inch colour AMOLED display with a 450 nits brightness. The wearable also has Always-on display support and no physical button. The Charge 5 also has heart rate monitoring and SpO2 monitoring support. Additionally, the wearable also can track exercises like runs, bike rides, weights, yoga, and more. The Charge 5 offers a 7-day battery life, and it takes around 2 hours to charge completely. The wearable is priced at Rs 14,999 in India and it comes in three colour options.