Rumors around a new music-centered smartwatch from Garmin had been making rounds for months now. There was a buzz in the market since November of 2017 – and after two months of anticipation, the Garmin Forerunner 645 Music smartwatch has finally launched. Popular tipster Evan Blass has tweeted the image of the watch where we get to see two color variants as well as some functions in action.
The image shows a dark pink colored strap and a black colored strap on the watch. The Garmin Forerunner 645 Music is seen with a large display along with a metal frame around it. There are five buttons which can be seen, three on the left and two on the right. As of now it is unclear what these buttons will do – but at least some of them are expected to control the music playback (and/or volume).
On one of the two images, we see the watch showing the time, as well as various options for music playback such as pause/play/loop/shuffle/playlist, etc. This appears to be the primary music control screen. Music is the primary proposition along the lines of which the Garmin Forerunner 645 Music smartwatch has been centered.
The highlight of the Garmin Forerunner 645 Music smartwatch is that it can store music and play it without the need of a smartphone from which it is being streamed. Reportedly, you can store up to 800 songs on this device. You can easily pair your bluetooth headphones or speakers with the watch.
The other watch in the picture shows the Garmin Forerunner 645 Music smartwatch running what appears to be a fitness mode. Various exercise options such as treadmill, indoor track, bike, pool swim, etc are mentioned – based on which it would track the calories burnt and keep record of your physical activity on that day. With Evan Blass tweeting about the device, we expect the Garmin Forerunner 645 Music to launch really soon.