See It Mentioned Above Fitbit Versa (rose gold/peach) See It Comment The first Versa’s battery lasts between three and four days, but only seven hours while playing music. The Versa comes in black and peach versions, while the Lite comes in white, lilac, marina blue, mulberry and charcoal. The Versa sequel will be available Sept. 15, the report said. Fitbit said in an emailed statement it doesn’t have news to share just yet. “We appreciate the interest and excitement around new Fitbit products,” the spokesperson said. “We are constantly working on new devices to help people live healthier lives.” Originally published Aug. 15, 2:04 p.m. PT. Update, 3:25 p.m.: Adds statement from Fitbit. 52 Photos 3:45 More on fitness trackers $199 5 reasons why fitness trackers don’t guarantee you’ll… Now playing: Watch this: See it $169 Fitbit’s new lineup: Versa Lite, Inspire, Inspire HR and Ace 2 How To • Apple Watch 3 vs. Fitbit Versa: Which smartwatch should you buy? $159 11 tips and tricks for your new Fitbit Versa Fitbit Charge 3 vs. Versa: Which is the best fitness tracker? Share your voice Mobile Wearable Tech Walmart Abt Electronics Fitbit Versa News • Fitbit Versa Lite and Inspire HR cost $160 or less CNET may get a commission from retail offers. See It 1 The Fitbit Versa Lite launched earlier in 2019. Sarah Tew/CNET Update, Aug. 28: The Fitbit Versa 2 did indeed launch. Original story follows.The Fitbit Versa 2 is reportedly launching next month and could include features like Alexa voice commands, more than four days of battery life, music storage and Fitbit Pay capabilities. Citing leaked marketing for the rumored next-gen fitness tracker, Android Central reported Wednesday that the gadget will also come with a microphone and 24/7 heart-rate monitoring. The first Fitbit Versa was priced at $199 and came out in April 2018, while the budget-edition Fitbit Versa Lite launched earlier this year for $160. The two fitness trackers are now priced at just $170 and $130, respectively. Review • Fitbit Versa review: Giving Apple Watch a run for its money $169 Dell Tags Fitbit Alexa
On a day of range-bound trading, stock markets saw select scrips closing with huge gains on Friday, the last trading for September. The roller-coaster ride ended with the BSE Sensex closing 38 points up at 27,865, while the NSE Nifty closed 20 points higher at 8,611.Shares of real estate, automobile and industrial companies rose sharply, aided by what analysts would call bargain-hunting, after the previous day’s crash that saw benchmark equity indices losing heavily on account of rising tensions between Indian and Pakistan.The biggest sectoral gainer on the BSE was realty that rose 3.16 per cent. Other sectoral indices such as auto, energy and industrials also gained on a day when foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net sellers of Indian equities worth Rs 1,028 crore, while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net buyers worth Rs 1,560 crore.Indiabulls Real Estate gained 8.41 per cent, DLF 4.28 per cent, HDIL 2.98 per cent and Godrej Properties 2.88 per cent.Top Sensex gainers were GAIL (India), M&M, ONGC and Tata Steel, while stocks that dragged the index down included Cipla, ITC and Coal India.Ashok Leyland gained 3.65 per cent at Rs 79.60.ICICI Prudential Life Insurance gained 2.12 per cent to close at Rs 303.95, still far below the issue price of Rs 334 per equity share in the recently-concluded initial public offering.ICICI Bank ended almost flat Rs 252.30, while Ceat shares hit a fresh 52-week-high of Rs 1,331.90 before closing at Rs 1,324.10, up 7.98 per cent. Hindustan Copper ended 3.78 per cent lower at Rs 59.75.The rupee closed with a gain of 23 paise at Rs 66.62 to the US dollar.Many automobile companies will be declaring their September volume sales data on Saturday (October 1).