In the past we’ve referred to the Vivoactive as Garmin’s riposte to the Apple Watchand other proper smartwatches from the likes of Samsung, Google and Fitbit. It was one of the first Garmins to get music support, contactless payments and remains the only watch to offer cellular connectivity.
With the arrival of the Venu, Garmin’s first watch to feature an AMOLED display, it’s hard to know where that leaves the new Vivoactive 4 and 4S that was announced alongside it. There’s a $100 difference between the Venu and the cheaper Vivoactive 4, so Garmin might be hoping to convince those not too bothered about that AMOLED screen to still get that sporty smartwatch fix for less.
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