A huge array of leaked images have given us our first glimpse at the rumored Garmin Epix Pro (Gen 2) and Garmin Fenix 7 Pro range, hinting that an official announcement could be imminent.
Marketing images dug up by WinFuture show off multiple angles of each new Garmin watch, with the company seemingly on the cusp of launching an Epix Pro (Gen 2) in multiple case sizes - 42mm, 47mm, and 51mm.
Currently, the Epix (Gen 2) is only available in the 47mm case size, so this would represent a first. It's also something we've already seen rumored in an earlier Epix Pro leak - one that also hinted the GPS watch would debut new Endurance Score and Activity Impact metrics, too.
The potential case size array would see it match the current Fenix 7 range, which the images would suggest is also set for a new iteration. As shown in the image library, Garmin is preparing a Fenix 7 Pro, Fenix 7X Pro, and Fenix 7S Pro, with Solar editions also optional.
This trio won't feature AMOLED displays, it seems, with that still remaining the Epix's key upgrade, but all of the new models do appear to have an all-new optical heart sensor setup on the rear.
It's likely this could mark the arrival of Garmin's Elevate 5.0 technology, and potentially grow the list of Garmin devices with ECG functionality. Currently, only the Garmin Venu 2 Plus is able to offer the health feature.
Aside from this, the other upgrades made available through this line aren't yet known.
WinFuture suggests that both new series will be available with the option of a sapphire crystal display edition, while pricing for the Epix Pro (Gen 2) is said to be €950 / $1,050 for the 42mm version, €1,050 / $1,150 for the 47mm and €1,150 / $1,250 for the 51mm version.
However, no price details have been shared in relation to the Fenix 7 Pro lineup.
It's suggested that official confirmation of these devices should arrive in June, at which point all of the new features and upgrades will be much clearer.
Also included in the leak was what's suspected to be the Garmin Approach S70 - something that another leak suggests could be joined by a couple more Garmin golf announcements for 2023.
Until we hear more, stay tuned.
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