Fitbit's upcoming fitness tracker leaks in colorful images

Fitbit's upcoming fitness tracker leaks in colorful images

The slightly more advanced Inspire HR also offers heart rate tracking and Global Positioning System.

Fitbit has announced the launch of a new range of trackers targeted only at corporate employees and health insurance members.

Called the Inspire and the Inspire HR, and roughly equivalent to the Fitbit Charge 3, the tracker is created to be used as part of employee or insurance wellness schemes, allowing end users to earn rewards for healthy activity and exercise.

"The new Fitbit Inspire" just released a new fitness tracker. While there's no price listed, TechCrunch reports its Fitbit's cheapest tracker yet. There's a small touchscreen that displays the time and other information.

Fitbit Inspire's HR variant includes heart rate tracking and a couple of other features.

While the Fitbit Inspire might not be the most innovative tracker that the company has ever put out, it could be important for the future of Fitbit: company orders could make up a significant chunk of future income as consumer sales tail off. The Fitbit Inspire HR can also track sleep stages (light, deep, REM) and can record real-time pace and distance via your smartphone's Global Positioning System. It is available as both a wristband and as a clip that can be concealed under daily clothing.

Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) quietly launches the Inspire fitness tracker, which is only available to those who have an employer or health insurance provider signed up with Fitbit. The tracker looks like a fitness band meant for kids with blue and pink color option. Apart from the images, there's nothing much known about Fitbit's upcoming fitness tracker for kids. The Ace fitness tracker includes activity and sleep tracking along with five-day battery life.