Garmin will have a line of smartwatches aimed at the female audience. The company, which specializes in GPS and sports and functional wearables, has not yet officially launched, but in the coming days two new models are to be presented, the Garmin Lily Classic and the Garmin Lily Sport.
According to the German portal WinFuture, this would be the first series of smartwatches aimed exclusively at women, and this happened thanks to small adjustments in design and functions.
In terms of functionality, the two models should not differ significantly, except for the use of metal or fiber-reinforced plastic as the housing material. In dimensions, they must have a box with a diameter of 34 mm and a bracelet with a width of 14 mm.
The display resolution is 240 x 201 pixels with an LCD panel that displays information in white, under a fixed watch face, which is protected against scratches and bumps thanks to a cover that has Gorilla Glass protection. It also has water protection of 5 ATM, or 50m, and has a touch screen.
Aside from the obvious heart rate sensor, Garmin Lily also has an oximeter, which measures oxygenation in the blood and has been instrumental in times of pandemic, and for this, it has the PulseOx sensor. Connected via Bluetooth and with the GPS function enabled, Garmin Lily can be used in conjunction with the native Garmin app to accurately record routes.
Among the activities that Gamin Lily monitors, apart from step counting and calorie counting, are yoga, pilates, and aerobic and breathing exercises. There is also an emergency function, which causes the watch to send the location to contacts chosen by users. The device also allows you to read messages and notifications.
Its battery has an autonomy of five days, although there is still no precise information about the capacity of the battery, and it is recharged through a USB adapter. According to information from WinFuture, it will reach the European market with a suggested price of 199 euros, or R $ 1295.44 in direct conversion.