Fitbit Ace 3 Set for Release in March 2021

According to the German blog, WinFitness, Fitbit will release a new fitness tracker device – the Ace 3 – on March 15.

This device will feature several updates, such as larger screen size, 5ATM water resistance, and stronger battery life. Like its predecessor – the Ace 2 – it will have a pedometer, sleep monitor, and step tracking. Apart from these, it will also have different sport modes such as hiking, running, and cycling to cater to different sporting activities.

Fitbit’s Ace series is a tracker range designed to help kids maintain fitness. As a result, the data will be accessible to both the parents and their children through the application.

If you want a fitness tracker for adults instead then you should definitely check out our detailed article about fitness trackers.

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