Garmin Vivomove Trend smart watch released

Garmin Vivomove

The Vivomove Trend, the newest pointer smartwatch in the Vivomove line, was recently released by Garmin. The watch, which sits between the Vivomove 3 and the Vivomove Style, has a touchscreen that spans its full surface. However, this device is only available in black and white in terms of screen capacity. Although it appears to be one large screen, it is actually two smaller, separate displays, with the seam in the center only serving as a location for the cursor.

Garmin Vivomove

The Garmin Vivomove Trend has a frame dimension of 40.4 x 40.4mm. This is a little smaller than the 42mm of the Style. When used as a typical watch, it can run for up to 5 days and up to 4 days as a wearable. The watch supports all Qi wireless charging pads and is the first member of the Vivomove line to have wireless charging built in. It also has built-in Garmin Pay mobile payment. Other features include pulse rate, blood oxygen, sleep tracking, audio management, message reply, etc. This watch comes with four hues options including Deep Black, Glass Rose Gold, Mocha Gold, and Tranquility Gray. The Garmin Vivomove was released for 2480 yuan (about $358).

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Garmin Vivomove

About Garmin

Garmin Ltd. is an American tech company that specializes in GPS tech for automotive, aviation, marine, outdoor, and fitness markets. The company was founded in 1989 and its HQ is in Olathe, Kansas. Garmin’s products include GPS navigation devices, sports watches, activity trackers, and smartwatches. The company also offers software, such as Garmin Connect, which allows users to track and analyze their fitness data. In addition, Garmin produces aviation and marine equipment, including aviation GPS and navigational devices, and marine electronics.

Garmin has been recognized for its innovation and product quality, winning awards such as the CES Innovations Award and the Red Dot Design Award. The company has a global presence, with offices and distribution centers in various countries around the world.

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