Garmin announced two new smartwatches for the current year at the CES presentation today. The Garmin Venu 2 Plus and the Vivomove Sport are two watches with some incredible features. We had hoped to see Fenix 7 series watches at the same event, but we may have to wait a bit longer. The Venu 2 Plus is a smartwatch that deserves special attention because of its outstanding performance in all areas. To serve all smartphone users, it supports both Google Assistant and Siri voice assistant services.
It’s incredible to see all of the smartwatch’s voice features, including Samsung’s Bixby. Siri is available for iOS users, Google Assistant is available for Android users, and Samsung customers may utilize the Bixby service. The Venu 2 Plus is the first wearable on the market that employs a phone channel to give you the choice of using a certain speech service. Garmin has reduced the screen size from 45mm on the previous Venu Plus to 43mm this time. To accommodate all of the users, the display size was decreased.
It has a 9-day battery life on a single charge when used moderately. This watch is compatible with Spotify, Amazon Music, and other Garmin applications. On the watch, you can get smart notifications, call alerts, sleep assistant, heart rate, women’s health tool, blood oxygen, stress, and sports modes. It originally retailed for $449 and is now available for purchase on the official website and through internet stores.