Garmin introduces a new hybrid smartwatch: Garmin Vivomove Trend
Garmin is well-known for its complex wearables lineup. The company has now introduced a new hybrid smartwatch i.e., Garmin Vivomove Trend. Reportedly, the company added the new wearable to its portfolio as of today. The latest addition by the company is quite interesting. It displays a classic analog aesthetic that houses undercover smarts. The users will be presented with two options i.e., a real ticking watch hands and the unique hidden display by Garmin. Similar to the previous hybrid models by the company, the latest wearable’s hands vanish when users turn to track or visualize health stats or use other smart features.
Besides these, the wearable is provided with various other features. These include health tracking, smartphone notifications, as well as a contactless payment method for using Garmin Pay. In addition to this, the watch has support for pairing to Android and iOS. However, the quick reply feature is currently supplied for Android users.
When it comes to the sensors, the watch is provided with a heart monitoring sensor, SpO2, sleep tracking, and stress. For female consumers, the device is provided with support for Garmin’s women’s health tracking. In addition to these, the smartwatch is enriched with the company’s ecosystem which includes Body Battery and Fitness Age.
In addition to this, the smartwatch is provided with a wireless charging feature. It doesn’t require a cord or connection for charging. Users can simply charge their smartwatch with compatible Qi-certified charging pads. The device offers a battery life of up to five days in smartwatch mode.
The smartwatch is available in different color options. Currently presented color options are Peach Gold and Ivory, Slate and Black, Cream Gold and French Gray, and Silver and Mist Gray. In addition to this, users can customize the colors by visiting the company’s website Garmin.com. The smartwatch s priced at $269.
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