Garmin Unveils New Smartwatch for Women

Garmin yesterday unveiled a new smartwatch device for women, Lily, featuring several helpful and unique gimmicks.

Garmin Lily will feature the usual notifications, phone management, and heart rate tracking to Garmin-unique menstrual cycle and pregnancy tracking.

This wearable device is fashionable and has two versions: Classic and Sport.

Lily was designed to cater to women’s needs, especially those who have small wrists: its bands are just 14mm wide and this makes it one of the smallest smartwatches around.

If you are not convinced by Lily, check out this article on the best smartwatches of 2020, as well as this one on Fitbit Sense. Either of them will surely have a smartwatch that ticks all your boxes.


SourceEngadget
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