Garmin India Teases New Smartwatch With Solar Intensity Feature

Garmin Venu 2 Plus

Garmin India is prepping to launch a new smartwatch in the country. The brand has been releasing a lot of smart wearables in India lately. To recap, Garmin launched the VivoSmart 5 smartwatch earlier this month. However, the smartwatch was first made available in the US. Now, Garmin India has hinted at the arrival of a new smartwatch via a tweet.

Garmin India smartwatch

The tech company has a reputation for offering premium smartwatches. The brand’s devices deliver highly accurate activity data. Now, Garmin India is prepping to unveil a new smartwatch. Regrettably, the brand did not divulge details about the upcoming wearable. It teased some features of the smartwatch via a poster. The poster reads: “More Advanced More Premium, the Leader is back.”

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Garmin India Teases A New Smartwatch

Further, the image teases a feature dubbed “Solar Intensity.” The name suggests that it will notify about the temperature outside. A silhouette reveals another key detail. The smartwatch could port a solar intensity screen. This display is seen on the Garmin Fenix 7X Solar, as per a report by TOI. However, there are no smartwatches with the Solar Intensity feature. The teaser image shows a runner’s pitch. So, the new smartwatch could target runners.

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Morever, the smartwatch could use a solar charging tech This tech will absorb sunlight. Also, it might have upgraded running features. Now, that’s all the teaser image suggests. However, more details about the smartwatch could surface online soon. Garmin could be gearing up to unveil the smartwatch. So, the brand is currently teasing its features. The smartwatch could carry a premium price tag. Garmin smartwatches do not carry reasonable price tags.

To recap, the Venu 2 Plus carries a steep price tag of INR 46,990. It was launched in India in January. Garmin has a niche audience. It comprises sports enthusiasts. The brand competes with Apple. They have better data tracking than budget alternatives.

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