After having a successful campaign with Forerunner 645 Music, now Garmin has presented a smartwatch with the same capabilities, namely the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music. For information, Forerunner 645 Music has the ability to store 500 songs in its memory, without having to connect to a smartphone.
And indeed, Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music can also store 500 songs independently. Which is, you don’t need to be connected to a smartphone to listen to the music while exercising. For those of you who like sports while listening to music, maybe this smartwatch can be the right one.
Through the Bluetooth connection, the users can also connect Bluetooth headphones to this smartwatch to listen to the music without the need for a smartphone.
Interestingly, at the beginning of its appearance, Garmin vivoactive 3 Music was also supported by music services from iHearRadio which can be downloaded for offline listening. In the near future, this smartwatch will also support music streaming services from Deezer.
It’s Brand New
Looking at other features and specifications, Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music is still the same as the Garmin Vivoactive 3. This smartwatch still comes with a 1.2-inch screen whose resolution is 240 x 240. Other supporting features such as GPS, heart rate sensors (Garmin Elevate), The compass, accelerometer, and thermometer can also be found on the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music.
Build to Last
Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music uses a polymer casing with a 43.1 mm diameter. There is also a 20 mm strap that can be replaced. This smartwatch can also be used for swimming, even though it can only hold 5 ATM.
The improvement also occurs in the battery which is now Vivoactive 3 Music carrying a battery capacity of 10 percent greater than the Vivoactive 3. In terms of weight, the Vivoactive 3 carries a 10 percent lighter body.
Stay Active, Stay Alert
Garmin claims Vivoactive 3 Music is suitable for runners, cyclists, swimmers, multi-sport athletes, or anyone who wants to stay active. The users of Vivoactive 3 can also know the weather conditions before carrying out the action because this smartwatch is equipped with the AccuWeather MinuteCast application.
Keep in mind that instead of using AndroidWear, Garmin actually chose a homemade OS to run on their very own smartwatch. The company put on this smartwatch on the market for the price of $ 300.