The stylish sports watch has grown with important knowledge, so the assistant can be controlled.
I can not decide whether the dial your health! whether the slogan has become striking or a vest, in any case briefly summarizes the main knowledge of the new member of the popular Venu series: connected to a suitable smartphone, it can answer and make calls. As a kind of speakerphone, it’s worth Come 2 More eSIM is not available for a mobile-independent network connection.
However, there is a serious emphasis on health hidden in the showy housing, which at 43.6 x 43.6 x 12.6 millimeters and 51 grams, respectively, is expected by the manufacturer to be for both male and female wrists, and has two gender-specific color variations. For example, a piece with a black / gray leather strap costs HUF 188,000, and a pale gold variant with a white silicone strap costs HUF 169,000.
There is no hardware difference between the two models, so both the 416-pixel-diameter, needle-sharp AMOLED panel comes with a 33mm diagonal and Gorilla Glass 3 protection, and have 5 ATM ratings for surface swimming. Also support for optical pulse oximeter and heart rate straps, GPS receiver, compass, barometric altimeter, gyroscope, WiFi modem, Garmin Pay hourly rate.
Speaking of microphones and speakers: by connecting to a compatible phone, you can also control the mobile voice assistant from the watch – obviously in a language that the assistant speaks. The Venu 2 Plus is, of course, a touch-panel coil with three buttons connected to the right, underscoring that Garmin’s line of products is approaching true smartwatches, yet it doesn’t sacrifice sports focus. The manufacturer promises nine days of operation with mixed use or 24 hours of GPS operation simultaneously without listening to music.