Hybrid smart watch Garmin Vivomove HR when the screen is inactive indistinguishable from normal
At the IFA 2017, Garmin has brought several novelties. Among them are Vivomove HR — the first in the manufacturer of hybrid smart watch.
As you can see in the photos and videos externally, the novelty is a normal clock with real hands and dial. However, when you touch the glass «comes to life» OLED display.
This touch screen, which displays various information like distance, calories and so on. There is even a widget to control music playback.
Unlike other similar devices, the new Garmin display in the inactive state generally does not issue. And when the screen is activated it creates the feeling that the image is projected directly on the glass.
Meanwhile, the possibility of Vivomove HR is quite broad. The device is able to notify about events on the paired smartphone to count steps and calories, track heart rate through the heart rate sensor to determine the rate of maximum oxygen consumption, to determine the stress level to track different types of activity, monitor sleep and more.
The watch is protected from water (they can swim) and can provide up to five days of battery life in full mode, and up to two weeks when the screen is inactive. The display has dimensions of 9.6 x 19.2 mm and a resolution of 64 x 128 pixels. The dimensions of the clock itself are 43 x 43 x 11.6 mm. there are four versions, differing in color, size and material of the strap. Value depending on option varies from 200 to 300 dollars.