We’re probably still a long way off from seeing the next Fitbit device, but rumors are starting to circulate. Following a first glimpse at the Fitbit Charge 5 earlier this month, a new leak reveals the product’s pricing and other features.
Snoopytech a leaker, posted an official-looking marketing video for the Fitbit Charge 5, which includes a few new information.
Fitbit’s anticipated new feature is a significant addition to Charge 5. Based on your sleep, heart rate, and other recent activities, the “Daily Readiness Score” looks to be a formula that helps advise what workouts would be ideal for your day. On days with low “readiness,” the score may be used to identify an appropriate workout, such as yoga or meditation, and on days with higher levels, more intense activities.
According to a notice in the film, the “Daily Readiness Score” is only available to Fitbit Premium users.
Fitbit has included ECG for heart health as well as EDA for stress management on the Charge 5. In the remainder of Fitbit’s range, these sensors are only accessible on the Sense.
According to a tweet, the Fitbit Charge 5 will cost $179, which is a small increase above the Charge 4, which launched at $149. Of course, the addition of a color display in this year’s edition may make the extra $30 worthwhile. Charge 5 comes with six months of Premium, according to the video.