Fitbit announced this morning that it has introduced a new, more powerful wearable device called the Fitbit Surge, which it calls the “next big thing in smart wearable computing.”
The Surge is a bit of a surprise, since Fitbit first launched the Surge back in December 2016.
Fitbit said that the Surge will offer “up to 1,000 hours of battery life.”
The device comes with a 1,800mAh battery, which is a tad larger than the battery on most Fitbit devices, and the Surge comes in two colors: black and red.
It comes in a white, blue, and yellow color scheme.
Fitbits Surge has a smaller display than the Surge and is less comfortable to wear, but it does have a very similar design to the Fitbits Connect, which was released in March of this year.
The Surge will be available for $179.99 with a three-year subscription, and it will be shipping to Fitbit Fitbits customers in the United States in the first quarter of 2020.
The Fitbit Connect is also available in a slightly larger version for $169.99, which comes with up to 1.5 times the battery life.
The biggest difference between the two devices is the price.
The Connect is currently available for just $129.99.
The new Fitbit is also expected to launch in early 2020.
While the Surge is currently only available in black, it will likely launch in the yellow and blue color schemes.
FitBits Surge will ship in two sizes: 3.7 and 5.7 inches, and Fitbit will also launch a smaller, 2.9-inch version in early 2021.
The two devices will be priced at $149.99 for the 3.5-inch, $199.99 in the 5.5-, and $299.99-inch versions.
The smaller Fitbit device will also come with an optional heart rate monitor, which Fitbit calls the Heart Rate Monitor for Smart Wearables.
The device has a large, 4,000mAh battery that will provide the Surge with a full day of battery-saving power, and will also give you the option of getting a heart rate sensor for the Surge as well.
The heart rate display will only work with the Surge when the Surge isn’t wearing a mask, but the device will automatically sync with your Fitbit app when the mask is removed.
This feature will be used to help monitor and record heart rate data during a workout.
FitBit is also releasing an app called FitBites, which will offer an integrated Fitbit fitness tracking experience that can be integrated into the FitBite app for Android and iOS.
The app will include a dashboard that will track steps, steps per minute, calories burned, and other activity.
This app will be a big boon for fitness enthusiasts who want to track their progress while on the go.
Fitbits Surge is also not the first smart wearable device to come out of Fitbit, but its a notable one.
FitTech announced a smart watch with Fitbit functionality back in 2017, the FitBit Connect.
The design is similar to Fitbits current Fitbit Band, which has a larger screen than Fitbit’s Surge, but with an OLED display that doesn’t display as much information as other OLED displays.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is also coming out in 2021.