Garmin Venu Sq review: Battery life blows Apple Watch away

Cristopher Centers

Following the lead of Apple and Fitbit, Garmin is releasing its own square smartwatch, the Garmin Venu Sq. Focused on health and fitness, the Venu Sq has many of the features found in the $349 Venu—GPS, Pulse Ox, mobile payments and optional music storage—but at a much more attractive price […]

Following the lead of Apple and Fitbit, Garmin is releasing its own square smartwatch, the Garmin Venu Sq. Focused on health and fitness, the Venu Sq has many of the features found in the $349 Venu—GPS, Pulse Ox, mobile payments and optional music storage—but at a much more attractive price of $199.

In more ways than just the design, the Garmin Venue Sq is a clear shot at devices such as the Apple Watch Series 3 and the Fitbit Versa 3. As you’ll see in this Garmin Venu Sq review, the watch is strong on fitness, but falls short of the competition when it comes to smartwatch features. But it’s still one of the best fitness trackers you’ll find at this price.

Garmin Venu Sq review: Price and release date

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