Garmin has announced the release of a new smartwatch line called Lily, aimed at the female audience. Lily is designed by women for women. The device is offered in two versions: stainless steel Classic Edition with a leather band, which costs $249, and aluminum Sport Edition with a silicone band, priced at $199.

"The smartwatch women have been waiting for," Garmin claims.

One of the distinguishing features of the new Garmin watch is its compact size. The diameter is only 34.5 mm, and the strap width is 14 mm. The 1.3 display has a resolution of 240x201 pixels, making it the smallest smartwatch. For example, the Apple Watch SE takes up 1,360 square millimeters on your wrist, while the Lily only takes 935. The device is controlled exclusively by the monochromatic touch-sensitive screen.

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Garmin Lily can monitor heart rate and blood oxygen levels, helping to keep track of periods, pregnancy, and stress levels. Various sports modes are available. By the way, you can even swim with them — 5 ATM moisture protection is declared. There is no GPS module, but the watch can receive location data from a smartphone. As for the battery life, Garmin promises up to 5 days on a single charge.

The Lily smartwatch is now available on Garmin's official website.