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Garmin unveils Venu 2 Plus smartwatch with built-in voice control

Garmin Venu 2 Plus

Garmin brought two new smartwatches to Taiwan today, the new Venu 2 Plus and the Vivomove Sports of the analog Vivomove series. Venu 2 Plus mainly supports “voice-activated intelligence”, which basically means that a microphone and a speaker are installed in it, so that after connecting with the mobile phone through Bluetooth, you can use the watch to talk, or use the mobile phone assistant. In a relatively simple way, it can be said that this makes the Venu 2 Plus become a Bluetooth headset, and it can even play music directly through the built-in speakers.

Garmin Venu 2 Plus

Garmin Venu 2 Plus

Veno 2 Plus also slightly updated its appearance. In addition to narrowing the frame and adding a third button on the side, the material behind it has also been upgraded from plastic to stainless steel. Other specifications are not much different. It has the same 1.3-inch display as the Venu 2, but with a slightly narrowed frame, the diameter is reduced to 43.6mm, which is between Venu 2 (45.4mm) and Venu 2S (40.4mm) )between. In terms of power, Garmin claims to have 9 days of power in smart mode, and 24 hours of power when GPS is turned on. Other services such as Garmin Pay, Spotify / KKBox / MyMusic and other services are also available. Venu 2 Plus is available in Cream Gold, Graphite Black and Cloud Grey, with a suggested price of NT$14,990.

Garmin Vivomove Sport

Garmin Vivomove Sport

The Vivomove Sport is a new member of the pointer watch series. It seems to be the successor to the Vivomove 3S, with a diameter of about 40mm, and it is also mainly targeted at women. Like the Vivomove 3 / 3S, it has a monochrome OLED display on the lower half of the surface, but it has been upgraded from the original black and white to a 16-color grayscale. In terms of material, it uses a strengthened glass surface, a fiber-reinforced polymer case and a silicone strap. The Vivomove Sport can last up to 5 days on electricity in smart mode, but it doesn’t have EasyCard or Garmin Pay support.

The Vivomove Sport is available in Basil Green, Snow White, Coco Mocha and Jazz Black, priced at NT$5,990, the most accessible in the series, and is available today, just like the Venu 2 Plus.

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