The Pebble 2 was announced back at the end of May, but it's been three months since the announcement and the Pebble 2 is still not on the market yet. That's set to change, however, if the latest FCC visit means anything.
The Pebble 2 has now passed through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which is the process all smartwatches and mobile devices go through in order to go on sale on the market. Usually, FCC visits are indicative of a device's imminent arrival on the market. We've seen the same FCC visit for the ASUS ZenWatch 3, and it too, along with the Pebble 2, has a September release date. You can check out images of the Pebble 2 below.
Pebble's next-generation square smartwatch (the Pebble Classic was square, and Pebble had to create the Pebble Time Round in order to give some customers an alternative design shape) features 10-day battery life, heart rate monitor, a larger screen than the first-generation Pebble Classic, an updated Pebble Health, 5 color options, Gorilla Glass display for more durability, and a $99 price tag.
The Pebble 2 has a September launch month planned, though the date is still anyone's guess. We'll keep you up to date with the latest as we find out.