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Garmin introduced a smart watch with conventional hands

Garmin introduced the Vivomove Trend smart watch, which received a dial with physical hands. They will cost $270.

The watch is made in a 40-mm water-resistant polymer case with a stainless steel bezel. They are equipped with a display with a resolution of 346x254 pixels. The touch screen is integrated into the dial, and when using the display, the physical hands move dynamically to make it easier to access the touch screen.

Vivomove Trend is equipped with sensors that allow you to track health indicators, including heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, stress level, sleep quality, and more, as well as record sports training.

The watch is compatible with Android and iOS smartphones, and also supports the Garmin Pay contactless payment service. Android smartphone users will be able to send quick text messages directly from the watch.

Vivomove Trend can work up to five days without recharging. The charge can be topped up using wireless charging from most Qi-certified chargers.

The watch will be available in four colors: black, peach gold, cream gold and silver.

In 2022, Garmin introduced the $600 Forerunner 955 Solar smartwatch with solar charging capability. It has a built-in Power Glass charging lens that converts direct sunlight into energy to recharge the battery. With a daily stay of the user in the sun for at least three hours, the gadget can work without external recharging for up to 20 days.

Garmin introduced a smart watch with conventional hands