Today’s world everyone conscious about their health & fitness. That’s the reason everyone has a smartwatch or Fitness tracking Apps in their mobile. In this article, we tell you the 5 best smartwatches.
1. Apple Watch 3
The Apple Watch 3 (or Apple Watch Series 3, if you’re picky) is the best smartwatch you can buy right now. Yes, it’s essentially just the Apple Watch 2 frame with some new innards… but they make a big difference.
The LTE connection is the headline event, although that’s not really as useful as some might hope – plus it costs a lot more to use, and drains the battery.
What we like is the non-LTE version, which is a lot cheaper, and offers all the smarts of the Watch 2 but with a longer battery life and faster speeds when flicking through apps. This is the right kind of upgrade on the best smartwatch in the world.
It’s still water-resistant so you can swim with it and you won’t have to worry about getting it wet in the rain when you’re out for a jog. There’s GPS onboard to make running that little bit easier plus it comes running the top watchOS 4 software.
2. LG Watch Style
The LG Watch Style (built in collaboration with Google) offers everything that’s to love from the best Android Wear smartwatches, ditches the dreaded flat tire, then fills in the gap with cool, useful features and a whole lot of… style.
Roll that all up and you’re left with an extremely alluring presentation that makes a mighty strong argument for Google’s wearable platform. But there are some familiar wrinkles here including the sub-par battery life.
That said, it’s easy to express why the Style is one of the smartwatches we want to put on our wrists.
For a recently-lowered price, it offers just as much utility as prior smartwatch attempts but ups the ante with a slim, dashing design and several welcome features, like the voice-activated Google Assistant and a refreshed user interface that’s full of clever tweaks.
3. Samsung Gear S3
This is the watch the Gear Sport above replaced, but the Samsung Gear S3 is now much, much cheaper than when it initially launched meaning it has re-entered our list of the best smartwatches.
Fitness is the big focus here with some great activity tracking features that comes alongside the heart rate tracker and built-in GPS. Be warned this won’t track your swims, but it is water resistant.
We particularly like the rotating bezel design on the Gear S3 and Tizen OS has improved a lot recently, so the software works really well too.
4. Tic watch E
You may not have ever heard of Ticwatch, and that’s because it’s a relatively small and new brand to the smartwatch world. This is the best Android Wear watch money can buy right now.
That’s mostly because of the low price and the fact everything works really well. We also love the Ticwatch E for its built-in GPS, accurate heart rate sensor and great design.
All of the fitness features you’d expect are here; you can even use it without having to take your phone out while you exercise, but you won’t be able to receive phone calls like on the Apple Watch 3. The design is premium, but it won’t be for everyone so be sure to properly study the photos above and in our review to work out if it’s built for you.
The true highlight here is the low price considering it’s generally around half the price of a lot of the other devices you’ll find on this list.
5. Apple Watch
Still, on sale as the ‘budget’ Apple Watch, this device is still well worth a look. OK, it doesn’t have the water resistance, LTE connectivity or GPS of the top Apple Watch 3, but it also doesn’t have the price.
Being able to check when you’ve got a message, or see who’s calling and be able to make snap decisions, still is possible here and great when you’re exercising or in another situation where grabbing your phone isn’t practical.
The new enhancements from Apple’s watchOS 4 really do help this smartwatch leap forward, even if the hardware is years old now. It’s now faster, more usable and comes with watch faces that make it feel more personal.
This watch is still on sale from Apple, so deals might be a bit sparse, but the Apple Watch Series 1 can be found at a lower cost if you’re sharp.