Garmin Lily, A Smartwatch Targeted at Women, Expected to Hit Markets Soon

Garmin has designed a smartwatch specifically for women and it is just around the corner...

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Garmin has designed a smartwatch specifically for women and it is just around the corner, according to the German site WinFuture. The Garmin Lily, as it is named, is yet to launch but we found out some details from the leak.

WinFuture.de reports that the smartwatch will come in two variants – Classic version and a Sport version. What sets these two apart are the choice of material. The classic version has a metal casing with leather straps while the sport version has a fiber-reinforced plastic casing with silicone straps. It comes with a variety of color, metal and interchangeable band options — including leather and silicone.

Read more: Garmin Adds Pregnancy Tracking Alongside Health and Wellness for Moms-To-Be

According to the leaked report, the LCD screen only displays (display size 1.00” x 0.84” (25.4 mm x 21.3 mm) white over a colored background. And that may be the reason the smartwatch boasts five days of battery life.

This stylish smartwatch is the first of its kind from Garmin with an incredibly small, 34 mm watch case and a stylish patterned lens. Just tap or twist your wrist to reveal the bright touchscreen display.

The watch tracks your steps, sleep, hydration, respiration, stress, and energy levels. The Body Battery energy monitoring lets you see your energy levels throughout the day so you can find the best times for activity and rest.

The watch constantly samples your heart rate and can be set to alert you if it stays too high or too low.

The Pulse Ox Sensor spot-checks your blood oxygen saturation at any point during the day, or for part of the night as you sleep, to show how well your body is absorbing oxygen.

With advanced sleep monitoring, get a full picture of how you’re sleeping, with a breakdown of your light, deep and REM sleep stages as well as Pulse Ox and respiration data.

Read more: Garmin Joins Forces with Children’s Mercy Kansas City to Keep Kids Active During COVID-19 Pandemic

Smart notifications. Receive emails, texts and alerts right on your watch when paired with a compatible smartphone. You can even respond to texts if you have an Android phone.

Sam Draper
January 27, 2021

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