Here’s What’s New On The Garmin Venu 3

Here’s What’s New On The Garmin Venu 3

The original Garmin Venu was the brand’s first watch to feature an AMOLED display, while the Garmin Venu 2 stood out as one of the best sports watches on the market with this type of screen thanks to the addition of superior sports tracking.

Garmin has since added AMOLED displays to its most popular sports watch range including the Forerunner 265 and Forerunner 965, so where does the new Garmin Venu 3 fit in? The answer is that it’s a bit less sporty, but a smarter and more attractive alternative to the Forerunner 265. And it tracks naps.

Garmin Venu 3 (Image credit: Garmin)

Nap tracking is one of several innovative new features launching with the Garmin Venu 3 that will roll out to other watches. Other highlights include several new features for wheelchair users—the Venu 3 will track pushes throughout the day and has wheelchair sport-specific workout modes.

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