Garmin Forerunner 945 Smartwatch to Launch Soon

Users who used Garmin Forerunner 935 know what the fabulous and power packed device it was. Over the years Garmin has updated its smartwatch range with stunning features. And now, it’s time for another highly anticipated Garmin Forerunner 945 to launch.

We can’t confirm the news but there are strong rumors that the smartwatch is going to launch very soon.

Garmin Forerunner 945 Smartwatch

The speculation comes from a post on the Garmin forums by a user named @axlb. The post has been removed now but still we can see a Reddit post with links to the image.

It’s being said that the Garmin Forerunner 935 might see day of dawn before the end of May and the makers of the device have already filled FFC documents for the new device.

An image of the smartwatch has accidently leaked on German version of the Garmin site. The leak shows a product image of the smartwatch which shows that the design has been updated to be a bit sleeker while retaining overall design of the device.

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The device is still under testing. However we can expect that it will be loaded with some of the most worthy features found on other devices includes NFC payments and a Music version.

Few other images that have been leaked recently show off other possible features of the device including race time predictor. The feature is one of its kinds which will typically extrapolate your performance from one race or workout and apply it to a target race distance.

Another leaked image shows that the device will come with map in-built. Stay tuned to know more about the device and other details.

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