Those who are looking for a stylish watch to go with their active lifestyle should check out Garmin’s latest smartwatch offerings that comprise of the Venu, vivoactive 4, and vivomove 3.
The Venu is Garmin’s first smartwatch with a 1.2-inch AMOLED display that is more vibrant than the usual displays Garmin uses for its smartwatches. Its key features include support for Spotify for phone-free listening, Body Battery Energy monitoring, Incident Detection, and a complete set of sensors—blood oxygen, sleep monitoring, GPS, and heart rate.
The vivoactive 4 GPS smartwatch boasts of an eight-day battery life in smartwatch mode and up to six hours in GPS+music mode. Like the Venu, the vivoactive 4 shares the same key features that include support for Spotify for phone-free listening, Body Battery Energy monitoring, Incident Detection, and a complete set of sensors—blood oxygen, sleep monitoring, GPS, and heart rate.
Lastly, the vivomove 3 blends in both analog and digital with its hybrid design. Underneath the traditional hour and minute hands is a hidden smart screen that displays health and fitness tracking data, along with smart notifications for your messages, social media updates, emails, calendar reminders, and more. As a smartwatch, the vivomove 3 has Body battery tracking, stress tracking, heart rate tracking, and sleep tracking.
The vivoactive 4 is priced at Php 16,595 while the vivomove 3 is priced at Php 21,595. The Venu, meanwhile, is priced at Php 23,595. The Venu and vivoactive 4 will be available by this October while the vivomove 3 will be available in November.