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After fitness trackers, Fitbit to launch a smartwatch in 2017

BGR India Monday, 20 March 2017
When you think of Fitbit, the first thing that comes to mind is its lineup of professional activity trackers. It is little wonder that since its debut in the Indian market, the company has gone on to dominate the wearable segment in the country. Going forward, Fitbit is looking to take things a step up by venturing into the smartwatch category. In a chat with BGR India, Steve Morley, VP & GM, APAC, Fitbit Inc. gave us an insight into the Indian operations, and what the company has in store for fitness enthusiasts. Citing numbers by Gfk, Morley says that Fitbit is the clear leader in the nascent wearable space in India. In the core wearable space — comprising of
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