A few additional models are being added to Garmin’s Venu line of smartwatches. At IFA 2022 in Berlin, the business introduced will present Venu Sq 2 and Venu Sq 2 Music Edition. These smartwatches are fundamentally the same. The latter provides offline music listening from streaming services like Spotify, Amazon Music, and Deezer, which is the only distinction. Up to 500 tracks can be saved for offline listening. The additional fee for this power is $50. The Music Edition of the Venu Sq 2 costs $300 while the standard model costs $250. However, nothing else is altered.

AMOLED DISPLAY, CONTACTLESS PAYMENTS, ANDAMP; MORE ARE BRINGED BY GARMIN VENU SQ 2 A nearly square wristwatch from Garmin, the Venu Sq 2, with an always-on display (AOD) and a colored 1.41-inch AMOLED display with 360320 pixels of resolution. Anodized aluminum bezels support the Gorilla Glass 3 that protects the screen. For the body, Garmin uses fiber-reinforced polymer. The watch weighs 38 grams and has dimensions of 40.6 x 37.0 x 11.1 mm.

All of the features for tracking your health that you would expect from a modern smartwatch are available with the Venu Sq 2. You can monitor your heart rate, blood saturation, stress, sleep, hydration, and the health of your female reproductive system, including pregnancy and the menstrual cycle. If the watch notices any irregularity in your health data, such as an abnormally high resting heart rate, you will receive an alarm.

Advertisement The most recent Garmin smartwatch can track a variety of physical activities, including cycling, swimming, jogging, golfing, and more, automatically or manually, and provides information on calories burned, steps taken, and other metrics. It includes pre-made routines and more than 25 GPS and indoor sports apps that are already installed. Additionally, you can manually design a workout for yourself. To keep track of your path, the watch boasts all commonly used location and navigation systems. The gadget has an ATM5 water resistance rating.

The Venu Sq 2’s battery life is not specified by Garmin, however the company claims it can operate continuously with all-system navigation turned on for around 20 hours. If you use the device in battery-saving smartwatch mode, you can extend the battery life to up to 20 hours. With support for smart alerts, Garmin Pay contactless payments, and a few third-party apps available through the Connect IQ Store, the watch is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.

Through the Garmin Connect app, you can manage and operate the Garmin Venu Sq 2. You won’t need your phone for music if you get the Music Edition. You can play music directly from your wrist to a TWS earphone that is attached. The company’s official website offers the timepieces in a variety of colors.

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