Last Updated on April 20, 2022 by Jude Simeone
Meet The New Garmin Vivoactive 4/4S and Venu Series
Garmin’s new Vivoactive 4 Series and the Venu are the new lineup of smartwatches that’ll be succeeding the Vivoactive 3 Series. The Vivoactive 4 consists of the Vivoactive 4, smaller 4S and Avenger and Marvin themed editions. The Venu is different from the Vivoactive 4 being that AMOLED powers it’s display.
Garmin Vivoactive 4 Marvel edition
The Vivoactive 4, the Marvel and Avenger themed editions come in a bigger 45mm case size, while the smaller 4S measures 40mm and the Venue with 43mm case size.
Garmin Vivoactive 4 First Avengers edition
Silicone straps are available for any of these as well as leather straps for the Marvel and Avengers-themed editions.
Garmin added new activity-tracking features such as hydration tracking, respiration tracking, pulse ox sensor that tracks your blood oxygen level, battery energy monitor, incidental fall detection, and wrist-based heart rate tracking while swimming.
Menstrual cycle tracking introduced in the Vivoactive 3 is also featured on Vivoactive 4, as well as stress tracking, complete sleep cycle tracking, heart rate monitor, calories with GPS inbuilt which makes each of the new watches a great choice for outdoor activity tracking.
Animated workout has been added to the Vivoactive 4 and Venu which can coach you through your favorite sport modes.
Onboard music storage is supported on all editions and models of the Vivoactive 4 and Venu.
Battery life has also been improved with the Vivoactive 4 having the longest battery life of over a week. While the Venu with AMOLED powering its display has a slightly shorter battery life of about 5 days that’s yet impressive.
Prices for the Vivoactive 4/4S starts at $350, while the special Marvin and Avengers-themed editions are priced $450 and the Venu is priced $400.
Garmin Vivoactive 4 full specs
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