Look out for the collected best smartwatches that are making a good name in the market.
2019 has been a powerful year for smartwatches. IFA 2019 single-handedly focused on seeing 14 new smartwatches. With time, there were plenty of watches that launched. There is so much variety and we have made some of the lists for you.
The brand is famous for making fitness plans for years now. The most specific has been the development of practical design rather than eye-catching design. The concept has changed with the commencement of Garmin Venu.
This stunning watch is Garmin’s first way to a sporting AMOLED display. It offers you with stunning looks which offer accurate fitness and health tracking like the one that you will find on other Garmin Watches.
The other features that you will be able to find are heart rate monitoring, support for contactless payments through Garmin Pay and much more.
Also, you will be able to view customized watches that will last for nearly 5 days on a single charge. There is a specification of onboard storage of roughly 3.5GB or 500 songs.
The only negative factor is that it does not have virtual assistant support.
The Garmin Vivoactive 4 line is not really the most exciting of the models coming to the Garmin bunch. But it has become the product on which all new watches from the brand are based.
It is focused on featuring the update to the Vivoactive 3/Music series This year you will see that Vivoactive line features in 2 models namely Vivoactive 4 (45mm) and 4S (40mm).
Coming to both the sizes, you will be able to see music support, Garmin Pay, pulse oximeters, and newer health features like Body Battery, menstrual cycle tracking, respiration, and hydration tracking.
Just like other Garmin watches, the Vivoactive 4 features in-built GPS and new on-device animated workouts. Accuracy of fitness and sleep is intact. The device further offers enhanced battery life that lasts nearly a week.
Samsung has also launched the wearables department. Similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy Watch Active, the Watch Active 2 has got a premium design and an AMOLED display with thin bezels.
There are different versions of the Watch Active 2. Also, you will be able to choose between aluminium and stainless steel for the materials and 40 or 44mm for the sizes. There’s even an LTE version, which allows you to make calls directly through your watch, but that will cost you extra.
The active features are a little bit lacking. The Galaxy Watch Active 2’s battery life and sleep tracking are outstanding. The features have got the heart rate, GPS and other sensors are not completely accurate.
If you are seeking a health and fitness device, you will be able to do better. Galaxy Watch Active 2 still has a lot to offer with features like Samsung Pay and Bixby.
Fitbit is among the top wearables brands. The new product Versa 2 is one of the best new smartwatches launched in the market. The company showcased new upgrades with the Versa 2 which has an OLED screen, a faster processor, and Amazon Alexa built-in. Fitbit Pay support and Fitbit’s long-awaited Sleep Score are also finally here.
The Fitbit app has been redesigned, making it more streamlines and easier to use. Both the fitness and sleep tracking functionality are pretty accurate. When it comes to battery life, the new Fitbit offers longevity to 2.5 days.
Wear OS may not be the most recognized smartwatch OS but it shines on the Fossil Gen 5. This new smartwatch has the best Wear OS to offer. This product showcases a bright 1.28-inch AMOLED display, a rotatable crown and a clean, modern design.
The watch offers Snapdragon 3100 chipset, 1 GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. There is in-built GPS with standard NFC and heart rate tracking. Also, fitness and health tracking functionality are accurate.
Wear OS device has a default app that is Googe Fit. Wear OS also means that Gen 5 has Google Assistant and supports 2-way conversations. All kudos to the in-built speaker.
Not all smartwatches have to be technically packed. Fossil Hybrid HR has some useful features. Unlike other smartwatches, it has an e-ink display. It helps the Hybrid HR with a whopping 2-week battery life running on a single charge.
Speaking of the smart features, the Hybrid HR provides app notifications, silent alarms and motion alerts. Also, it has an optical heart rate sensor and some fitness features like tracking steps and burned calories.
You will be able to check the statistics through Fossil Smartwatches app. It comes with a clean and minimalist interface. This product does not have in-built or connected GPS though.
Though the brand is not associated with wearable. the new launch of Huawei Watch GT has set a new perspective. Its successor has swept off a lot of flaws.
The products look outstanding and are blessed with enhanced performance. It makes use of Huawei’s operating system that is Lite OS and also supports sharp AMOLED display.
While the one to two-week batter may be impressive for a smartwatch, the Huawei Watch GT 2 has some flaws too. The Huawei Health App is straightforward and easier to use. It does not support NFC payments out of China but comes with affordable price.
Utsha Roy is an aspiring writer who has been gaining knowledge on various genres. Delving into the different cars and gadget news, she has also engaged herself into showcasing latest vehicles and gadgets news and reviews over Autonmobiles.com
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