Garmin just announced at IFA, the upgraded versions of the Fenix 6 series, with bigger displays and extended battery life due to its solar display. The smartwatch comes in three different sizes, with two larger sizes that have active areas. The highlight of the smartwatch that is entitled ‘The face of adventure’ is the Dynamic PacePro feature which helps you run smarter over various types of terrain.
The multisport GPS watches allow you to add mapping, music, and intelligent pace planning to your work-outs.
Here are some other exciting features:
· Measure running and cycling performance
· Navigation through multi-GNSS satellite reference and outdoor sensors
· Preloaded ski maps for more than 2,000 resorts around the world
Another highlight is the announcement of Venu, the GPS smartwatch that features AMOLED display, built-in sports apps, and can support contactless payments. The 390 x 390 pixel OLED display smartwatch is here to help you keep track of your meetings, help you with your fitness goals at the gym, or make easy payments.
Garmin also announced Vivoactive 4, which comes in two sizes and will bring Garmin Pay and long battery life, up to a week. Also, the watches will integrate transflective display from the Vivoactive 3 series and will cost about $349.99.
Moreover, the Vivomove series are also on the table for an upgrade, integrating activity tracker with a traditional analog and display behind bezels. Vivomove will cost between $249.99 and $549.99 and will feature exciting things such as GPS, Garmin Pay, and pulse ox sleep tracking.
Which one of these would you choose on your wrist every day?