Bolder colors, and compatible with the same watch bands and apps.
Still water resistant and similar fitness sensors, but the Versa Lite Edition doesn't do stair-climbing anymore. And it doesn't have Fitbit Pay, or Wi-Fi, or onboard music storage, or Fitbit Coach support for workout routines.
The Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR are slim, affordable new trackers that start at $70 (without heart rate) and $100 (with heart rate).
The kid-designed Fitbit Ace 2 is really a Fitbit Inspire with a rugged rubberized strap and protective case, and kid-based tracking goals and watch faces. It'll cost $70 when it arrives this summer.
The new Ace 2 can be worn while swimming, and is made for kids age 6 and up.