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Garmin: Lily is the smartwatch women are waiting for

 


Garmin has released its new smartwatch called Lily, and its main selling point is that Garmin claims to be the small, modern smartwatch that women are waiting for, depending on their size and design, which makes them very modern.

The sports version of the aluminum and silicone bracelet is priced at $199, while the classic stainless steel version is $250 and comes with a leather strap.

Garmin claims it's the smartwatch women are waiting for, however, Lily has clearly given up some important features to achieve those looks, as one of Lily's main selling points is that it's small.

The watch comes in a circular shape, with a diameter of 34.5 mm, while the smaller 40mm Apple Watch SE is a 40×34 mm rectangle.

In terms of space, this means that the Apple Watch has 1,360 square millimeters on your wrist, while Lily takes only 935 square millimeters.

According to those calculations, this means that Lily covers 31 percent less than your wrist, the smallest smartwatch of Garmin.

The watch comes in a circular way to look like a classic non-smartwatch, with a patterned background, but the screen is touch-sensitive, monochrome, and looks a little different compared to the price-like watches of Apple and Samsung, which include color screens.

This is likely to help maintain battery life, and, as Garmin claims, it must be up to five days and last for 14 days of activity tracking.

If the design of the watch belt is important to you, you may not prefer this watch, as Lily's belts are special.

Garmin doesn't seem to be selling more in her store yet, and in addition, you can't mix and match belts, as the colors match the box.

Garmin's focus is heavily focused on tracking fitness through her smartwatches, and Lily can track steps, workouts, sleep, stress levels, blood oxygen saturation, menstrual cycle, and pregnancies.

Lily does not have GPS, offline music, or the built-in Garmin Pay app. 

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