The first entry in what will presumably be a continuing line of smartwatches from Garmin, the Garmin Venu is the company’s first smartwatch to feature an AMOLED screen.
By finally bringing a long-awaited AMOLED display to its arsenal of features, Garmin seems poised to take the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active head-on. The question on our minds then – as I’m sure will be the case for consumers – is the Garmin Venu a worthy purchase over its competitors?
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