The image is called "garmin watches line up."
There are images of the Epix Gen2 from left to right.
Winfuture has a photo.
There are a lot of leaked images showing what the new lineup of watches may look like. The Winfuture report shows the supposed images of the Instinct 2 series and the Venu 2 Plus.
The standard Fenix 7, 7S, and 7X may be made of both plastic and steel, according to the post. It may also have a built-in solar panel that charges the device while you are wearing it, along with some familiar tracking features that the Fenix 6 originally came with. The base model will only come in black, and the option that has a rose gold frame with an off-white band is also possible. Winfuture doesn't give any more information on the 7X.
The Epix Gen2 trades a square watch face for one that is round and comes with new health tracking features.
The Epix Gen2 is included in the post. The Epix Gen2 trades a square watch face for one that is round, according to leaked images. The Epix Gen2 may have a built-in gps, as well as features that are new to the Epix line of watches, including a blood oxygen sensor, heart rate monitor, and sleep tracking capabilities.
Images of the Instinct 2 and 2S show the same rugged look that the original Instinct had. Winfuture claims the watches use an e-ink display that allows the device to conserve battery life, and also comes with features that track your heart rate, steps, and sleep. The white variation of the Instinct is said to have an integrated solar panel. It is not clear what the differences are between the 2 and 2S. The same can be said for the Fenix 7 and 7S, since they have smaller displays.
The Venu 2 Plus seems to have a third button that the standard model does not.
Winfuture shows us more about the Venu 2 Plus. The leaked images of this wristwatch have already been floating around the internet, and the images here only corroborate what the initial leak shows. The device is rumored to come with both black and white variations. The Venu 2 doesn't have an additional third button, but it is unclear what it is for.
We might not have to wait long for the lineup to be announced. The big reveal at the event is just weeks away. You can see all of the leaked images on Winfuture.