The fitness tracker comes with connected GPS, integrated heart rate reader, and a battery life of up to 20 days; it's now up for pre-order for $129.95.
The still unannounced device has been caught at the FCC though at this time it is unknown when or even whether it will be unveiled.
After being bought back from Nokia, Withings is making a comeback with a fancy wearable for the mass market.
The company announced the first two Nokia-branded devices: the Nokia Body scale and Nokia BPM+, a premium version of Withings' existing blood-pressure monitor.
Withings' portfolio of connected devices includes activity trackers, weighing scales, thermometers, blood pressure monitors, home and baby monitors, and more.
The Hy-Result algorithm analyzes blood pressure data from in-home monitors to provide users with personalized assessments of their cardiovascular health.
Throughout the day, the device will pick up the number of steps, distance covered, calories burned as well as the duration of a running/swimming session.
With just a point in the direction of the artery, the sensors take 4,000 measurements in 2 seconds while a special algorithm automatically corrects for biases.
The new smartwatch comes with a stainless steel case, chrome hands, smooth silicone straps, a tachymeter-inspired sub-dial and a premium finish.
The year-long study with over 37,000 users has shown that people lose 7 times more weight by combining food logging and weight tracking activities.