1. Apple Watch 4 – Best smartwatch overall
Its display is wider and clearer!
In addition, the watch’s speakers are louder than ever.
The design is lightweight, but the texture is as always, and you can use all existing Apple Watch straps.
There are also plenty of fitness features and the latest watchOS 5 app.
Apple Watch 4 is our favorite watch that can be used with the iPhone, which is not available for Android devices.
2. Samsung Galaxy Watch
The best smartwatch from Samsung, the Galaxy watch has been greatly improved.
Has an amazing 4 days battery life.
The rotating bezel is still a highlight of the navigation around the Tizen OS on the watch.
And the interface is one of the easiest to receive interfaces we see on smartwatches.
Providing core basic knowledge, and Samsung’s watches are both good at fitness functions and have excellent design.
3. Fitbit Versa – Affordable
The favorite from Fitbit is Versa. It is smaller than the other (this is Ionic).
It is equipped with contactless payment Fitbit Pay.
2.5GB of music and battery life lasts for three days.
It has no GPS for tracking your running, but it is one of the more affordable options in this list.
This is very similar to TicWatch E2. In fact, the specifications are almost identical, but the S in this version name stands for “sports”.
That means providing a more durable design.
It is made of military grade materials, affordable price points, built-in GPS, waterproof design and the latest Wear OS software.
There is no NFC here, so you can’t use Google Pay on this watch and there is no LTE option.
But considering the low price, those are unlikely to be something you will miss.
Garmin Forerunner 645 Music
Launched a smart watch for sports enthusiasts for a while. Running, cycling, swimming, golfing – let us get a great experience.
Not only do you get enough song storage, about 500 songs, but you also get offline playlist support for Spotify, Deezer and iHeartRadio.
Attractive stainless steel design.
And whether you are sweating indoors or outdoors, it provides great visibility in most exercise conditions.
However, there is no touch screen or touchpad here, so you have to resort to pressing some buttons.
Heart rate monitoring is good, it won’t let you wait for GPS signals.
Fitness tracking is great, and Garmin Connect is a decent ecosystem for health data from steps to sleep to exercise and stress.
You can mirror everything on your smart watch to your Forerunner by phone and alert, and it will get information about the weather and more.
Battery life is very impressive.