Having been highly inspired by using the Garmin Venu 2, we’re very a good deal looking ahead to what Garmin does next with this collection and it is looking increasingly more probable that what’s going to be coming next is the Venu 2 Plus.
We don’t know too much else about the Garmin Venu 2 Plus at this stage, however thinking about the nomenclature that Garmin is going with, we are assuming that there is not going to be a huge amount of difference from the original Venu 2.
The smartwatch offers all the fundamentals you will anticipate from a smartwatch, plus numerous superior features to appeal to health enthusiasts and runners especially there is amazing-correct GPS and the Garmin educate app, for instance.
As with maximum Garmin watches, the Venu 2 is available with a choice of strap shades and case sizes and starts at $399.99 / £349.99 / AU$629. If a Venu 2 Plus is indeed at the horizon, anticipate the one’s charges to leap up slightly.
As amazing as Garmin’s wide range of smartwatches is, there is one key characteristic they lack: an onboard virtual assistant. That puts them at something of a disadvantage compared with competing models like the Apple Watch 7 (with Siri) and the Samsung Galaxy Watch four (with Google Assistant).
A 3rd physical button at the casing for the Venu 2 Plus shows that this is probably about to alternate. It is possible that Garmin should upload its very own virtual assistant to the watch or at the least permit voice commands for launching features at the tool.
Smartwatches have distinctly tiny screens, making them tough to perform by way of hand. what’s extra, they’re often being used while our palms are busy, whether or not this is lugging purchasing around or trying to propel ourselves to a brand new personal best.
That is in which voice instructions are available: being capable of preventing and beginning run tracking, for instance, or getting a present-day heart rate reading using a voice command could make the Garmin Venu 2 Plus an attractive prospect and the function could then no doubt roll out to other Garmin smartwatches too.