Mere days after the announcement of the Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Pay, Garmin has revealed the Vivoactive 3, which comes sporting a new mobile payment tech of its own, called Garmin Pay.
The new Vivoactive 3 looks like the most premium watch that Garmin has ever created and comes with a few new features that make it worthy of the sport brand’s name.
We’ve had the opportunity to try out the new smartwatch at IFA 2017 and here you’ll find all of our impressions so far.
Garmin Vivoactive 3 release date and price
An exact release date for the Vivoactive 3 is currently unclear, but we do know the price will start at £279.99 (about $360, AU$450).
There’s a slightly more expensive version of the watch too, which comes with a more refined design and will cost you £299.99 (about $390, AU$490).
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