Garmin Fenix 7 review: a new Fenix rises

Among all the ranges the company has its in its portfolio, it’s arguably the Fenix that shines brightest. And it’s easy to see why. (image credit: Garmin)
There is one big headline for Fenix this year: we get a touchscreen. It’s a welcome addition to a watch range which largely has every other feature going. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
This one’s 1.3-inches and 260 x 260 resolution, perfectly visible in sunlight, is always on and doesn’t drain the battery. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
Depending on which model you go for, you’ll get a choice of stainless steel or titanium bezel, plus either a strengthened glass or Sapphire crystal display. (image credit: Garmin)
It’s loaded with pretty much every sensor going; from heart-rate and blood oxygen, to motion sensors, temperature sensors, altimeter and GPS. (image credit: Garmin)
Get the Solar models and you’ll also get a solar charging ring that trickle charges your battery when there sunlight. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
As for usability, the physical five-button layout of the Fenix has long been a part of its charm and it works great alongside touchscreen options. (image credit: Garmin)
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