Fitbit’s fitness tracker is finally here

Fitbit is finally ready to bring its first device to market.

In the latest update to the company’s flagship tracker, which comes with a 1.5GHz processor and 4GB of RAM, the new Fitbit Flex 3 has been upgraded with a bigger battery and an improved camera.

It’s also got a bunch of new features and improvements.

It can now track distance and distance-specific metrics such as steps, distance, calories burned, and pace, along with distance-based workouts and fitness tracking.

And now it has a bunch more: it can now measure heart rate and oxygen consumption, it can send data to your smartphone, it’s got a heart rate monitor built in, it has an additional gyroscope and accelerometer to track your step count, and it can also track steps taken over time.

These new features are a bit of a surprise: we’ve known for a while that Fitbit was working on a fitness tracker with an internal gyro sensor, and the company had teased the device in 2015 as having a sensor built into its wristband, which could be used to track heart rate.

The device was also rumored to include a heart monitor, although it was never released.

It didn’t happen.

Instead, Fitbit released the Fitbit Connect 3 in 2016.

The fitness tracker was then upgraded to the new Flex 3, which is now available for pre-order.

Fitbit says it’s now ready to introduce the Flex 3 to the market, but first it’s needed to go through the certification process.

In other words, Fitbits fitness tracker will need to be certified by the US Food and Drug Administration before it can be sold anywhere.

And in order to do this, FitBit has to meet strict criteria.

First, it needs to be able to be used on the body and in the environment.

Secondly, the device needs to work reliably and securely.

Finally, it must be able access a fitness database, which will be used by Fitbit to analyze your data.

In short, Fitbits fitness tracker must be the same thing that the Fitbits Sport or Flex 2 are.

“This is an important step for Fitbit as they have to go from strength to capability,” says Greg Levenson, chief operating officer at Fitbit.

“They need to meet the minimum requirements to sell their fitness tracker.”

So the FitBit Flex 3 will ship in September, with an estimated retail price of $399, but it’ll likely retail for about $450.

There are a few other fitness trackers on the market already, but they are limited to the wristband or in the gym.

The new Fitbittys will be the first to ship with an external sensor, meaning it will work with the likes of Jawbone UP3, and will also work with Nike’s Gear Fit, a smartwatch that will be available later this year.

It will also have the same sensor as the new Sport, but will be cheaper and available on the wrist.

It’ll also be the last Fitbit fitness tracker to ship without an external gyro, which it will use to track steps.

“The sensor is very powerful and can deliver accurate data to the watch,” says Levensons son, Matt Levenston.

“You’ll be able see your step total on the watch, but you’ll also see it in real-time.

It is very accurate and accurate data, and we’re excited to bring that to Fitbit.”