Ahead of MWC 2016, Fitbit has this week announced its next wearable device, called the Fitbit Alta it is a wearable fitness device that Fitbit says has been designed to allow you to personalise it to fit your style.

It also comes with a new slim design that makes it nicer to wear on the wrist.

In terms of features, the Alta has something called Reminders to remove which helps you stay active and reduce stationary time, which works with something called SmartTrack, which automatically recognises exercises, and tracks weekly exercise goals and all-day activity, with automatic sleep tracking.

It also allows for call, text and calendar notifications to be sent to the band when your phone is nearby, notifying the user via the OLED display and a vibration.

it is also compatible with Android, iOS and Windows devices and computers.

The Fitbit Alta will be priced at $129.95 and can be pre-ordered from Fitbit from today, and will be available from retail stores in March.

The bands will be available in a range of colours, with a luxe leather bracelet and silver bangle option.

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