Garmin unveils new Fenix 7 and Epix Gen 2
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Garmin has disclosed the seventh version of the Fenix smartwatch series.
While the design doesn't go much far from the Fenix 6 series, Garmin carried a few equipment developments to the 7 series, most quite the utilization of a transflective screen with a resolution of 260 x 260 pixels yet presently touch that is a novelty in premium class Garmin watches. Obviously, with touch sensitivity, the Fenix 7 accompanies 5 buttons with which you can control the watch.
The case is accessible in sizes of 42, 47 and 51 mm, with a strap of 22 mm, and the actual watch comes in three releases, standard, solar-powered and sapphire solar. Concerning the release, the cost likewise changes, so the standard form will cost 699.99 euros, the solar 100 euros more, and the solar with sapphire crystal as much as 999.99 euros. Notwithstanding contrasts in screen and charging mode, the Fenix week case will be accessible in black and gray, waterproof to a depth of 100 m, and with 32 GB of internal memory, which is enough of saving to 2000 songs. Since it is made of titanium, the watch weighs 73 grams.
The solar version is interesting because now the surface la of the solar-powered charger has been expanded, so charging is more effective. Garmin claims that the watch in basic mode could endure as long as 22 days on a single charge, which is entirely admirable. Yet, assuming that you use GPS the entire day, the battery will keep going for 5 days.
The sensors are classic, Garmin's ABC (Altimeter, Barometer and Compass), pulse and heartbeat oximetry sensor, and supports all satellite systems with an extra L5 frequency for a more exact location. All Sapphire Solar models accompany TopoActive maps, and others have SkiView and maps of 42,000 golf courses. Puterm applications will give you knowledge into the quality and stages of rest, breathing, just as well as insight into Garmin Wellness which offers Body Battery, Fitness Age, and Sleep Score choices.
The new Garmin Fenix 7 upholds the famous Garmin Pay option and it is possible to introduce Amazon Music and Deezer and numerous different applications through the new Connect IQ store from which it is possible to download applications straightforwardly from the watch via WiFi.
On the off chance that you're not a fan of transflective screens, Garmin has likewise presented the Epix (Gen 2), which is basically a more modest form of the Phoenix however with a sharper AMOLED screen. The Epix arrives in a 47mm titanium or stainless steel case and has a 1.3-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 416 x 416 pixels. The Epix has WiFi, BT, and every one of the sensors that the Fenix has, and is additionally accessible in a standard variant with Corning Gorilla glass and a sapphire version. It contrasts from the Fenix 7 in the internal memory, 16 GB in the base, and 32 GB in the Sapphire version.