1. Samsung Galaxy Watch
With Tizen OS
Compatible with Android, iOS
Display size : 1.2″ or 1.3″ 360 x 360 Super AMOLED
Processor: Dual-center 1.15GHz
Band size: 22mm or 20mm
Onboard stockpiling: 4GB
Battery : 4 days on 46mm/less on 42mm
Charging type : Wireless
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is Samsung’s best smartwatch ever made, indeed, much better than the Samsung Galaxy Watch’s more costly, technologically advanced..
REASONS TO BUY
- Attractive design
- Number of features
2 . Apple Watch 5
With watchOS 6
Compatibility mode : iOS
Display: 1.78″ OLED
Band : Varies based on watch size
Capacity storage: 32GB
Battery hrs : 1 day to 36 hours
Charging type: Wireless
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, LTE Enabled
Not just a few watches, the Apple Watch is given the Icon Style awards like the 2015 iF Innovation Gold Award (Oscar innovation) and the 2017 Apple Design Award.
Fashion, however, is a fairly different people, and Apple has mastered this by creating a watch with bands that can be changed to fully change the look!
REASONS TO BUY
- Apple Music fully integrated
- Responsive Siri that finally talks
- An App for almost ANY thing
3. Fossil Sport
Compatibility: Android, iOS | Display: 1.2-inch 390 x 390 AMOLED | Processor: Quad-core 1.2GHz | Band sizes: 22mm straps | Onboard storage: 4GB | Battery duration: Two days | Charging method: Proprietary | IP rating: IP68 | Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS
During the last few years Fossil has been establishing a large number of skills in wearable technology, all of which resulted in the company’s best intelligent look so far.
The Fossil support provides top-of – the-line experience at a lower price than the two devices listed above. It has GPS, a lightweight but high-quality build and a battery life of at least two days from a single charge. Although it lacks some small, but good features such as ECG, its price doesn’t really leave much for us to complain.
REASONS TO BUY
- Extremely lightweight
- Aluminum body
- Water resistance rating of 5 ATM
Operating system: Wear OS | Compatibility: Android 4.3+, iOS 8+ | Display: 1.39″ 400 x 400 OLED | Processor: Snapdragon Wear 2100 | Onboard stockpiling: 4GB | Battery term: Around 48h | Charging technique: Magnetic interfacing pin | IP rating: IP67 | Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1
On this watch there are two screens-one on top of the other. The top is a transparent LCD screen that displays when the batteries are small, time, heart rate and more.
Below is a bright, daring full-color OLED display that offers you all of the benefits of the wear operating system. You would thus have a regular smart clock that we found would last approximately two days.
If you run on low battery, the second screen really shines. In our trials, we found that in low power mode, the TicWatch Pro was only for one week.
In our test, we found that in low power, the TicWatch Pro lasted just under a week. It may not have been required for the second transparent LCD display, but it works well.
There are GPS, NFC for Google Pay, Bluetooth to play music and the slightly old Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset that runs the clock as well in smartwatch features.