The Garmin fenix 5 is a smartwatch compatible with iOS and Android and includes real-time heart rate monitor, steps, sleep, and calories. Has 240 x 240 screen resolution and an always-on display capability. It has an on-screen battery indicator. It has phone notifications, and vibration/sound alerts. It includes inactivity alerts that remind you to move if you are sitting for a long time. It has a find my phone feature, and can control playback of music stored on your smartphone. It can accept phone calls on the watch, and dismiss phone calls from the watch. The manufacturer offers changeable straps. Connect IQ (downloadable watch faces, data fields, widgets and apps), Music controls, GPS, VIRB remote for camera control, calendar, weather, compatible with Garmin Connect™ Mobile, Face It™ watch face creator, timer, ABC displays combined altimeter, barometer, and compass information, stopwatch, smart notifications, dog tracking displays your dogs location when you have a dog tracking device paired to your fenix watch, metroNome feature, QuickFit bands for changing bands quickly, daily alarms, supports Polar heart-rate sensors, It has multi-sport tracking features: running, indoor running, trail running, golfing, hiking, climbing, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, XC Skiing, stand up paddleboarding, rowing, indoor rowing, jumpmaster, tactical, biking, indoor biking, mountain biking, pool and open water swimming. Its dimensions are 1.85 x 1.85 x 0.61 inches (LxWxD) and it weighs 3 ounces.
CellularHas the ability to connect to a cellular network without a smartphone.
Phone compatibilityIndicates which phones, either specific models or the operating system they use that works with the watch.
iOS and Android
Standalone GPSStandalone GPS means you connect to GPS from your watch without bringing your phone with you.
Standalone musicStandalone music means you connect to your headphones from your watch without bringing your phone with you.
NFCA short-range wireless technology that triggers a transaction between the watch and another device, usually by bumping them together. On smartwatches, it’s most often used to initiate the pairing sequence with a new phone or tablet to authorize payments at a retailer’s pay terminal.
WiFiA long-range wireless communication technology that enables a smartwatch to pair with a smartphone and with other devices within a home network or remote location via the Internet.
Heart-rate monitorIndicates what type of heart-rate monitor is used, if at all. The two main types are active and stationary. Stationary heart-rate monitors measure your pulse only at intervals you choose, mostly at rest. Active heart-rate monitors measure your pulse continuously, or automatically at variable intervals.
Display typeTechnology used by the display, such as OLED, AMOLED, Super AMOLED, LCD, or e-paper.
Touch screenIndicates whether the watch can be controlled by touching its display.
Battery lifeClaimed number days, often a range, manufacturer says the watch will function on a charge.
Depth and duration
Depth and durationHow resistant the watch is to submersion in water, as tested by subjecting the device to a water pressure equivalent to the depth the manufacturer claims the smartwatch can withstand.
164 feet for 30 minutes
Crystal typeThe material used to protect the display. Often it’s made of a mineral such as sapphire or quartz, or other materials such as glass or plastic.
Case materialPrimary material used to manufacture the case, excluding the display.
Fiber-reinforced polymer with stainless steel bezel, buttons and rear case
DiameterThe diameter of the case, measured to nearest tenth of an inch.
Display sizeSize of the active screen, to the nearest tenth of an inch.
WeightWeight of watch in ounces.
ThicknessThickness of the watch measured to the nearest tenth of an inch.