Garmin continues to update its line of smartwatches. The company announced two new models: Fenix 7 Pro and Epix Pro (Gen 2). The devices received thirty new sports modes, including team sports, an improved heart rate sensor, new tools for analyzing your activity, updated weather maps, built-in LED flashlights, and some other features.
The Epix Pro (Gen 2) model is available in three sizes: 42mm, 47mm, and 51mm. The watch is equipped with a 1.3″ AMOLED display with a resolution of 416×416 dots. There is a night mode when the colors on the screen become red for more comfortable use of the gadget at night. Battery life is up to 31 days or up to 58 hours in GPS mode (for the largest version). Cases are made of stainless steel, there are silicone straps. Sapphire glass option is also available. 10 ATM moisture protection is declared.
Fenix 7 Pro is also offered in three variants: Fenix 7S Pro (42 mm), Fenix 7 Pro (47 mm), and Fenix 7X Pro (51 mm). The main difference from the Epix Pro is the use of a MIP display. This solution, in particular, increases the battery life of the smartwatch to 37 days (up to 122 hours in GPS mode). Fenix 7 Pro is also equipped with solar charging. There are also versions with sapphire glass.
The cost of the Garmin Epix Pro (Gen 2) starts at $899 for the 42 mm version with regular glass. The 51 mm version with sapphire glass will cost $1,099. Garmin Fenix 7S Pro (42 mm, with regular glass) is estimated at $799. The Fexin 7X Pro (51 mm, sapphire crystal) costs $999.