In addition, another source who also leaked information related to Fitbit Versa, said that Fitbit wants second-generation smart watches to attract more and more general consumers.
This is called indicating Fitbit's strategy of making male and female consumers the market target of Versa. The prediction of this strategy is also supported by smaller dimensions that carried the watch, when compared to Fitbit's first smartwatch, Ionic.
Versa size is reportedly similar to other Fitbit wearable devices, namely Blaze. Fitbit Versa will reportedly be supported by waterproof capability up to 50 meters depth, but not supported with GPS technology and replaced by SpO2 sensor.
Such support indicates that Versa will be able to monitor sleep apnea, a serious condition that causes the individual to stop and start breathing while asleep. Fitbit became the first manufacturer to enable this feature on a number of devices of his work.