The Garmin Company is known for making smart bands and is quite famous for it. It has now launched smartwatches to the market. It is the firm’s first LTE-enabled smartwatch at CES 2019. This watch is mainly built for those people who work out outdoors. Basically for those doesn't like carrying those clunky smartphones by their side. This gadget will be allowing users to hear music through Bluetooth headphones, also lets the user make and receive calls while doing some activity on its LTE variant and mainly help in reducing the risk of dropping the expensive phones. Garmin has partnered with American telecom operator Verizon Wireless for this launch and hopes for the best.
Many other features include the ability to send and receive messages as well as track workouts. The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music LTE Smartwatch will be coming in three different variants. These variants are LTE, which will come with music, just Music that is without LTE and a standard one that is without LTE or music. Furthermore, the watch will be allowing users to store up to 500 songs in it. Track your running, gym workouts, swimming and more. Users can measure VO2 max levels as well through this device. The watch is said to have a battery life of up to seven days. This can be established when used in smartwatch mode and this is followed with 13 hours on GPS mode. A user can also run five hours on GPS with music.