Garmin Fenix 7: The New Generation of smartwatch Arrives With Improved Solar Charging And Flashlight


Garmin Fenix 7: The smart watch manufacturer Garmin has just presented its new workhorses, which will replace the Fenix ​​6. It is the new Fenix ​​7 series, which arrives with the Fenix ​​7, Fenix ​​7S and Fenix ​​7X models in the United States. The company’s new smartwatches come with an LED flashlight, GPS L5 and solar charging. And they are not the only launches they have made, in addition, they have also presented the Epix Gen 2 smart watch.

The Garmin Fenix ​​7 model is the standard watch, and is priced at 699.99 euros. This is also the one with the smallest sphere, with a diagonal of 42 mm. Next is the Fenix ​​7S with a 47mm dial and a cost of 899.99 euros. Finally we have the most vitaminized, with a price of 1199.99 euros and a 51 mm sphere, the Fenix ​​7X premium.

As for the other model presented, the Garmin Epix Gen 2, it comes with two versions, a glass dial and steel frame and a price of 899 euros, and another with a sapphire dial and titanium frame for 999 euros.

Characteristics of the new Garmin Fenix ​​7

Regarding the features presented by the new series of Fenix ​​7 smartwatches, they boast solar charging, which according to Garmin, has 54% more solar surface compared to the Fenix ​​6X Pro. Due to this, as expected, the series also has superior autonomy.

The Fenix ​​7 series of smartwatches have a GPS L5 frequency range, so users will have superior accuracy of GPS signals at their disposal. An interesting fact is that L5 is the new GPS signal for civilians, which has an advanced signal design, as well as greater bandwidth and more power, which gives us a more accurate result.

By activating the GPS of the Garmin Fenix ​​7, its battery can last between 136 to 286 hours. The Fenix ​​7S model could offer a battery from 90 to 162 hours, and the Fenix ​​7X from 213 to 578 hours. Of course, this battery life is an estimate, but as Garmin has assured, the premium Fenix ​​7X can reach 37 days of battery life.

In addition, the most vitaminized model of the new series of Garmin smart watches has a hands-free LED flashlight, thus emitting an LED light that can be bright white or red. It also has a strobe mode for emergencies.

Going back to the Epix Gen 2, this model has a 47mm face with a 1.3-inch OLED screen and an estimated battery life of 16 days. The watch has some features similar to the Fenix ​​7 series, although it does not have solar charging or an LED flashlight.

Without a doubt, a generation of smartwatch that will delight the most adventurous users. Are you interested? Well, you know that you can already buy the Garmin Fenix ​​7 series through the manufacturer’s website.