The Fenix line of smart watches by Garmin has made itself highly popular amongst athletes and fitness enthusiasts. This flagship smart watch brings with it a lot of features that could assist you in training better for your sports or in maintaining your fitness routine. All in all, this smart watch keeps a track on almost anything which makes it a perfect candidate for outdoor use.

Garmin Fenix smart watches have been consistent in design and shape over the years although this doesn’t mean we have not seen any changes. There is no reason to believe so far that Garmin Fenix 7 will be any exception to this. Yes, we can expect the size and bezels to shrink down a little and a little reduction in weight but apart from that no big change in shape is expected. Experts have their expectations built around seeing two or may be three variants in terms of size which has become somewhat of a convention these days for flagship smart watches.

Garmin Fenix smart watches are probably the front runners of GPS smart watches industry. These smart watches can be used for swimming, skiing, cycling, running, walking, hiking, climbing and much more. Highly accurate navigation feature makes it really helpful in making your activities highly productive in terms of maintaining your fitness as well as training better. Sleep Quality Assessment and Physical Activity Score are some of the features users will appreciate the addition of in Fenix 7. Data compiled based on these metrics can then be used to spit out useful suggestions and techniques in improving once work out. Addition of the cellular support can also be a huge leap forward but considering its effect on the battery life, it can not be predicted with certainty.

Garmin Fenix 7 can be expected to release sometime around 2021 as there are a lot of reasons to believe Garmin Fenix 6 Plus will see the light of the day before Garmin moves on to Fenix 7.