Garmin Vivosmart Teardown
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Background and Identification
The Garmin Vivosmart is a member of the Garmin smartwatch line, which offers a wide array of smartwatch options and is a fierce competitor for others in the smartwatch business (like Fitbit and Apple). These watches are designed to do far more than just display the time. Garmin smartwatches offer activity and sleep tracking, as well as more advanced features. Some Garmin smartwatches include heart-rate monitoring, notification display, connection to web-based music platforms (i.e. Spotify and Amazon Music), guided workout animations, safety tracking features, and even Garmin pay.
The Garmin Vivosmart itself is a more primitive option than other Garmin smartwatches available. It focuses on providing users with basic health and activity tracking capabilities. It was praised for offering users with a comfortable and discreet fitness wearable. On the other hand, it was criticized for being expensive and having a screen that was sometimes unresponsive.
The Garmin Vivosmart shows users their steps walked, calories burned, and distance traveled. The smartwatch also displays the time of day, and includes vibrational alerts for calls, texts, and emails.
The Garmin Vivosmart has a light-up face that is integrated into the wristband itself. The Garmin Vivosmart comes in two band sizes (small and large) and a range of colors, including pink, purple, blue, gray, and black.
- Touchscreen: Yes
- Display Size: 1.35”
- Display Resolution: 128 x 16 pixels
- Weight: 19g
- Battery Life: Up to 7 days
- Water Rating: 5 ATM