It’s time for the third generation
Garmin introduces a new generation in its Venu series with an Amoled display, wrist-based call reception, and up to 14 days of battery life.
The smartwatch is available in two models – Venu 3 which measures in at 45mm, and the smaller Venu 3S (where the S stands for “small”) which measures in at 41mm. They also have two different font sizes so that the user can choose either large text or large text on the screen.
The screen on the Venu 3 measures 1.4 inches and is an Amoled touchscreen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. As a smartwatch, the battery lasts up to 14 days.
Many of the features on the Venu 3 revolve around health and exercise, with Garmin’s usual wide range of exercise and health monitoring functions. And health-related news is a sleep coach who monitors and gives suggestions on how to act in order to sleep better. This includes that it can also detect naps and include them in the calculations. The morning report gives you an overview of your sleep, recovery needs, heart rate status and more when you wake up in the morning, and can even suggest user-tailored exercises.
One of the biggest and most specialized news among the training functions is the introduction of the wheelchair mode which, among other things, records daily wheelchair driving with sports applications, wheelchair training, notifications about changing weight distribution and more.
Other features include the ability to pay wirelessly with Garmin Pay, a built-in microphone and speaker so you can handle mobile phone calls right on the wrist, and the watch works with both Android and iOS.
The Garmin Venu 3 and Venu 3S are now available, starting at KR6,049 and going up to KR6,649, depending on the model.
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