Garmin released the Venu 2 and Venu 2S GPS in early April 2021, with flagship capabilities of up to 10-11 days of battery life. Towards the end of the year, another leaked version of the series appeared, called the Venu 2 Plus via popular leaker Evleaks.
According to a leak quoted from Gizmochina (18/12), Garmin uses a circular clock screen design. Instead of pinning the usual 2 buttons and a rotatable crown like the Apple Watch Series 7, this smartwatch is equipped with 3 buttons on the side. The bezel has extra grip, but it is not known whether the bezel can be rotated or not.
Garmin Venu 2 Plus will use 43 mm stainless steel construction for the body, Gorilla Glass for screen protection, and 50 meters water resistance. The smartwatch supports a detachable 20mm strap, like its competitor Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.
Another highlight of this smartwatch is the support for music. The back cover of the Venu 2 Plus has a “music” label which means it is an excellent feature. This may signify a better speaker compared to its counterparts in the industry.
The speaker support on the smartwatch will be very useful for athletes or users who are exercising or exercising while listening to songs. They don't need to use two devices, but only need a smartwatch.
Other features of the Venu 2 Plus are GPS and multi-GNSS technology for accurate step counter and user navigation. It will be very useful for those who like jogging or cycling.
Garmin has yet to reveal information on when the Venu 2 Plus will release, but speculation suggests that the device will launch in the first quarter of 2022.