Garmin has launched the Fenix 5 Plus and we cannot hold on to our excitement. Although CES 2017 was the announcement platform for the Fenix 5 Plus, spring of 2018 is when Garmin started the rollout. Fenix 5 Plus is exquisite in terms of both looks and features. Mimicking the predecessor in every way and gathering added arsenal for dominating the wearable market, Fenix 5 Plus is outstanding.
It’s new so it has got some new features as well which includes Garmin Pay, oxygen saturation, topographical maps, Galileo and onboard offline music storage.
It now has a 4GB of storage, so you can store up to 500 songs and listen to them without any added connection with your smartphone. For music on the go and precise positioning with Galileo, this all-new Fenix is Garmin’s answer to the rising competition in the wearable market.
In addition to all of these, on the Fenix 5X, you will get wrist-based Pulse Oximeter which will alert you on unsuitable altitude acclimation. Dedicated to serving the high altitude adventurers, Pulse Oximeter is an amazing feat.
All these notable upgrades fit well inside the 20% increased screen size and like always backed by excellent battery life. The Trendline Routing features that existed in Garmin’s cycling computers are being introduced in the Fenix 5 range as well.