@andré-faria go to settings and try to touch and scroll. The performance should be quite ok.
When the rest of menus are loaded for example when in the watchface and going up it should also be ok.
However when going down to see ie the live hr view it takes some time feels choppy and the same applies as going more down. Suunto is aware of this. Actually if the live hr view was lower it would have been better.
The activity start screen is slow. It might show data after 7s max even if recording before.
That is merely due to the way the streaming of sensors is initialized and aggregated. It’s a heavy job and to be able to initialize all components calibrate altitude yadi ya at one has this effect , trying to keep the gun time right. You might find some watches showing the data asap , while the gun time being wrong. Actually it was like so at some fws and it was changed to be able to keep gun time ok. I don’t think that toggling then among the data screens is so bad.
That said that is the HW that Suunto has. Remember. The hw is in-house almost. At least in terms of coding / FW. Yes we write fw for most of the components. Could it be better ? Sure.
Suunto is focused on a sportwatch experience not a snappiness experience so this is not top priority although known and desired. What do I mean with that ? I bet Suunto can spend an iteration making things snappier but then they would delay features that are down the pipeline.
That said we also have the s7 which is very snappy much better than any competitor out there (kinda) , but still , it’s not a performance sport watch.
Enjoy your watch and it’s quality of materials design and software and let those minor annoyances behind. Remember your ambit that was slow to even show pixels. Still then was many moto360 much snappier cheaper and would die at day one when visiting the 40c Greece for vacation.
Ps a ccuracy of sensors is also consider a price thing or for example the tuning and software of those including antenna design testing , hw iterations strap materials and so on.
Ps2 we are not Garmin , we are way smaller company. We all put our effort to bring what you get and the materials we choose for hw have to be able to be assembled by hand as your watch is basically made / assembled by hand by a guy that gets well paid and works under eu conditions. You can drink a beer with the factory workers. Oh and they also don’t waste any material. Your coros (ask me for proof) or Garmin goes to garbage when it’s out. We have a whole sustainability squad and we work towards a better ecological impact each day. If you know me personally from my channels you might understand I am a sucker for eco.
If all the above don’t make your watch premium I don’t know what to say… Try a simple china based watch with snappy menus such as Amazfit.