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IFA 2017: Garmin Launches The Vivoactive 3, Vivomove HR And Vivosport

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Another big name in the smartwatch market is making noise. Garmin launched 3 new watches that caters to peeps with varying lifestyles. These are the Vivoactive 3, Vivomove HR and the Vivosport.
Garmin's IFA 2017 line up
Garmin's IFA 2017 line up

Whether you are a man of suits and tie, gym gear, or the perfectly balanced work and play guy, Garmin promises to give you something you can use.
Vivoactive 3
Vivoactive 3

First off, the Garmin Vivoactive 3 is the epitome of smartwatch in this lineup. It boast an elegant design while maintaining an advanced intelligent fuctionality which you expect for a smartwatch. It has a 1.2 inch with 240x240 resolution allowing it to give you more in depth information about your health. It is also protected by Gorilla Glass 3. Of course, along with the Vivomove HR and Vivosport, heart rate monitoring is still one of its main features.

Contactless payment is always available via the built-in Garmin pay feature. Visa and Mastercard debit or credit cards will be compatible and it is promised to be available wherever contactless payment is available. The battery life here is 7 hours on smartwatch mode while 13 hours with the GPS mode on.
Vivomove HR
Vivomove HR

The Vivomove HR's approach is way different. It has elegance, formality and beauty oozing out of its design. It doesn't have the GPS functionality as it doesn't market itself as a fitness watch that much. It has traditional precision hands in combination with a smaller touchscreen display for notifications.
Vivosport
Vivosport

Lastly, we have the Vivosport. Just by its name, you know that this is for fitness buffs. It looks more like a fitness band with monitor than a smartwatch to be honest. That is perfect though since this is for sports and exercise and not for fashion. It has a GPS tracking feature and several workout apps that covers strength training up to cycling.

All three are waterproof and can be worn while swimming or if there's increment weather.

Prices for the these are as follows, USD 299.99 for the Vivoactive 3, USD 199.99 for the Vivomove HR, and USD 199.99 as well for the Vivosport.

So what do you guys think of Garmin's offering? Will this shake up the smartwatch market?

Let us know in the comments!

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