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(Pocket-lint) – Garmin Venu Sq gets an update, with the announcement of the launch of the Garmin Venu Sq 2.
Garmin Venu Sq 2 turns into an AMOLED display that offers always-on functionality while battery life nearly doubles compared to the previous version; The new form must last for 11 days.
The Venu Sq was a strange addition to the Venu family. With the aim of competing with other smartwatches, Venu has taken all the fitness tech from Garmin and given it an AMOLED display.
Then Venu Sq took the family name but took a kind of “lightweight” approach. It was meant to be an affordable and accessible Garmin smartwatch, taking the style of the square Apple Watch – albeit with an LCD screen.
The Garmin Venu Sq 2 now has an AMOLED display with a resolution of 320 x 360 pixels and a size of 1.41 inches, which is slightly larger than the original Venu Sq. It is protected by Gorilla Glass 3.
The increase in battery life is very noticeable as the watch is basically the same size as the previous version, but Garmin gave it an extra 5 days of runtime — something we’ll definitely want to test in a future review.
Otherwise, the Garmin Venu Sq 2 looks like other Garmin devices. It has pretty much the same features and functionality as previous Venu devices, and all the fitness and lifestyle tracking, but with convenience features like the rolled out Garmin Pay. New HIIT workout support.
There will also be two versions of this device, the regular model and one that offers support for offline music from services like Spotify, Amazon Music, and Deezer.
Prices start at $249.99 for the regular version and $299.99 for the music version. It is now available.
corrections – [01/09/2022] This article was originally published based on leaks, but has been updated to reflect the official details Garmin shared shortly after our publication. We got the original message through
Written by Chris Hall.
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