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New Fitbit Charge 5 Leaks Tease a Colorful Update

Leaked renders of the Fitbit Charge 5 in three color options

Just a few weeks after a leak revealed a potential new Fitbit device, another leak is here, showing the device in more detail. The leak features renders labeled as the Fitbit Charge 5 and shows off the device’s snazzy new design across several color options.

This time, the leak is sourced from Evan Blass, who shared several renders of the device in its various color schematics on Twitter. We can see the wearable straight-on, from the side, and from a couple of angles, and it gives us a better feel of the potential new Fitbit. The colorways included an all-black option, one with a bluish band and silver face, and one with a white band and gold face.

The renders also show off a device that clearly pulled some inspiration from the design of the Fitbit Luxe. The device has a bold color display, which follows the Luxe’s lead and sets a new precedent for the Charge line (it has always used a black-and-white display).


Blass’ leaked renders reveal a device that’s more or less identical to the device shown in last month’s leak, which was codenamed “Morgan.” We can see the date, time, and current heart rate on the display. There’s also a gauge on there, but it’s unclear what data it’s meant to represent. It could be for the device’s battery life, for your daily steps goal, or another health metric. Hardware-wise, the wearable boasts a large touch strip to the side.

Additionally, each render features the same date on each of the devices: October 23. We still don’t know when the Fitbit Charge 5 (or whatever this device’s name may ultimately be) will be released, but that date could signify the upcoming release date. Stay tuned for more details on this device!

via 9to5Google

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