New Delhi, Dec 6 (IANS) Smart wearables maker Garmin India on Friday launched Venu, its first smartwatch with AMOLED screen in India for Rs 37,490. The company also launched Vivoactive 4 GPS smartwatch for Rs 32,590.
The Venu, and Vivoactive 4 are the latest from the house of Garmin's own R&D team dedicated in developing technology to level up the active culture across the world.
The new collection is built to impress the users with enhanced health and wellness monitoring features and improved battery lives, thus, bringing more convenience for the customers in their daily use.
“We are delighted to introduce Garmin's first ever AMOLED display smartwatch, Venu in India. This watch will add vibrant colours into the lives of our users and make workouts more fun for them,” Ali Rizvi, National Sales Manager-Garmin India, said in a statement.
Both Venu and Vivoactive 4 come with a range of all-day health monitoring features like advanced sleep with Pulse Ox, new respiration tracking, abnormal heartrate alerts, menstrual cycle tracking, stress tracking with relax reminders, new hydration tracking, new breathwork activities, among others.
The devices are made for daily wear with interchangeable bands providing comfort to the user.
The always-on, sunlight-readable “Garmin Chroma Display” technology also makes it easy to view the screen in any lighting.