Adidas Might Have Accidentally Unveiled Its First Smartband That Integrates With Google Fit

Just yesterday, Google announced its health-centric data collection service – Google Fit. And part of the announcement involved the hardware partners that will manufacture the watches that Android Wear will run on. One company that was mentioned during the event was Adidas. We’ve already seen the apparel brand make its own wearable in the form of the MiCoach SmartRun that was unveiled just last year. 



Just yesterday, Google announced its health-centric data collection service – Google Fit. And part of the announcement involved the hardware partners that will manufacture the watches that Android Wear will run on.

One company that was mentioned during the event was Adidas. We’ve already seen the apparel brand make its own wearable in the form of the MiCoach SmartRun that was unveiled just last year. Today, a new Adidas wearable called the Fit Smart was spotted at several locations on the internet including the US FCC website.

Although information about the device’s specs weren’t discussed, the image of the smartband shows a heart rate monitor, a couple of physical buttons, a dot-matrix style LED display and is expected to connect to smartphones using Bluetooth v4.0 LE. This is also the first time that Adidas used the Fit moniker in its products, which possibly points to the device’s affinity with Google Fit.

Again, there are no details yet on a launch or shipping date, but we’ll keep our eyes and ears open once Adidas is ready to make an official statement..

Source: Keller Sports

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