New Garmin Lily editions and colors drop

First refresh to Garmin's women-first smartwatch
Garmin Garmin Lily new colors
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Garmin has updated its Garmin Lily smartwatch with some new colors, it’s its first refresh to the range.

The Garmin Lily is the company’s overtly female-focussed smartwatch. And now it has two new styles:

•    Garmin Lily Sport Edition: This comes with a cream gold bezel, with a rose case, and a sporty silicone band 
•    Garmin Lily Classic Edition: The same cream gold bezel with grey case and leather band 

The Lily Sport retails for $199 while the Lily Classic jumps to $249.

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The Garmin Lily launched back in 2020 and this is the first update we’ve seen to the range.
It features a 34mm case – a whole 10mm smaller than most of the Garmin range, even the unisex 255S, 265S, and 45S.

The screen also features a pattern, that remains displayed, even when the display turns off, to ensure you don’t have to walk around with a blank LCD on your arm.

It also features sports tracking (although without built-in GPS) and Garmin’s cycle tracking features.

At some point we’re hoping for a more powerful Garmin Lily 2, perhaps leveraging the kind of biometric cycle tracking and period prediction features we’ve seen on the Apple Watch Series 8 – and recently announced by Samsung.

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