If you are in search of a great piece of techy wrist wear that is easily connectable to your Android handset then you surely landed up in the right place.
The below list of devices that connects to your Android phone. So it means there is a selection of Samsung watches sporting Tizen as well as Fitbit and Wear OS options.
It must be taken into notice that all the watch in our list have gone through the review process and will provide full information related to its design, display, fitness potential, price and much more.
- Samsung Galaxy Watch
OS:TIZEN OS | Display : 1.2’ or 1.3’ 360× 360 super AMOLED | PROCESSOR :Dual-core 1.15 GHz| Band sizes:22 mm or 20mm| on-board storage : 4GB| Battery duration :4 days on 46 mm/less on 42 mm| Charging method : Wireless | IP rating : 50m | Connectivity : Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
- Long lasting battery
- Presence of rotating bezel
- Charger disappoints
- Bixby not much worth
It usually works well with Android devices and gives you the freedom to choose lots of apps from it. It’s best to use for tracking down your fitness. It’s the best feature is its rotating bezel which allows us to cycle through menus and apps with ease. It gives you the option between 46mm or 42mm size. Though it’s a smaller model is a bit cheap in rate.
- Fossil Sport
OS: Wear OS| Display : 1.2 inch 390×390 AMOLED | Processor: Quad -core 1.2 GHz| Band sizes: 22 mm straps | On board storage :4GB| Battery duration : Two days | Charging method : Proprietary | IP rating : IP68| Connectivity : Wi-Fi , Bluetooth , GPS
- It’s lightweight
- Lacks high-end features
- Slow GPS
This watch comes with a feature of Wear OS software on board. Its features are such that it can give stiff competition to Samsung Galaxy Watch and Apple watch.
It’s quite light in weight so just comfortable for a variety of exercises. Its special feature is that it’s built with fitness in mind with GPS and have an accurate heart rate monitor inbuilt in it.
The design is premium despite its focus on a sporty look. It has the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip inside it which is usually not present in other OS watches.
- Fitbit Versa
OS:FITBIT OS| Display : TBC, 1000nits| Processor: Dual-core 1.0GHz| On-board storage : 2.5 GB| Battery duration : 3-4 days | Charging method : Proprietary charger | IP rating : 50M water resistant| Connectivity : WiFi, Bluetooth
- Light in weight
- Cheap rate
- Absence of GPS
- Seems little childish in its look
For long the company hasn’t been producing smart watches but it got it’s the second model quite right. It’s called Fitbit Versa, though it may not impress you in the first place it’s worth for all want to improve their fitness.
It is small in size, light and can be easily connected to your Android phone with much ease. It’s the best feature is its heart sensor packed with lots of workout modes.
It has a lot much features of messaging and also apps for keeping track of our fitness stats.
You must not miss out the new version that is Fitbit Versa Lite. Though it miss features like Fitbit Pay and few other workouts but if you are looking for a cheaper device then you can give a thought to this smart watch.
- watch EK
OS: Wear OS| Display: 1.39’400×400 OLED| Processor: Snapdragon Wear 2100| Onboard storage:4GB| Battery duration : Around 48h| Charging method: Magnetic connecting pin| IP rating : IP67| Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1
- Right price
- Battery life is two day
- Non availability of NFC for payments
- Boring design
Till now this is the cheapest device and it comes from Chinese manufacturer Mobile. This watch E2 is generally not a much huge improvement on part of first gen watch but it ensures to provide with its amazing features within the price it offers.
Its best feature is its the life of the battery that is two days and interestingly you will get all features of Wear OS on a watch on such low price. It’s just an impressive feat and thus ranks high on our Android Watch list.
Its a drawback is not the presence of NFC inferring no Google Pay but if you don’t consider it’s price rate then you can appreciate it’s features of GPS and a heart rate monitor.
OS: Wear OS| Display : 1.4’400×400 OLED paired with LCD screen | Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100| Onboard storage : 4GB | Battery duration : Up to 48 h, 5 extra days in Essential mode | Charging method: Magnetic connecting pin| IP rating : IP68| Connectivity : WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC
- Innovation on the screen tech part
- Advanced design
- Limited app
- Absence of LTE features
This device is not much cheap as compared to other devices above but it’s the best to part is it comes in two displays. In this, you can actually notice a see-through display which allows you to have a low battery mode which keeps your essential features on running mode when you are actually out of charge. Then on the top, there is a normal Wear OS screen of which you can turn on all feature and even charge it for a couple of days.
This watch may be doesn’t excite everybody but this premium device comes with an affordable price tag and is a better option than other choices available in the market.
So what are you looking up to go for quick through on the review of all smart watches and see what is the best option suited up for you? Be precise and make sure in prior what are your requirements and most importantly what your budget says. Opt for a smart watch that will fulfill all your demands of the smart watch.