Verizon-connected Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music can do texts, but not voice calls

First came the “regular” Vivoactive 3 GPS smartwatch with wrist payment support and up to seven days of battery life. Then Garmin added on-device music storage capabilities (without jacking up the $300 price), aptly dubbing the “new” wearable device the Vivoactive 3 Music.

Now the time has come for the company to finally follow in the footsteps of Apple or Samsung with its first-ever LTE-enabled smartwatch. This is not that different from the Vivoactive 3 and Vivoactive 3 Music, so it’s clunkily named the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music – connected by Verizon. Yes, really.
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