5 Hottest Smartwatches To Buy In 2017!

We live in the era of smart devices; smartphones, and smartwatches are just a beginning of a world that will make daily jobs a matter of a click. Soon, we will be living in a world where the Internet of Things (IoT) will be ubiquitous and everything around us will be connected to the internet. In other words, smart cities are the future.

5 Top Notch Smartwatches To Buy In 2017

For now, let’s just focus on the present products that people are currently buzzing about, such as smartwatches. What can’t these little gadgets do for us? It plays music, tracks phone, monitors our heartbeats and calories to name a few. If you’re interested, get your wallets prepped for hottest arrivals in 2017:

1. Huawei Watch

 Here is another one that ranks at the top of everyone’s list.Huawei Watchhas everything from the beautiful steel casing to the gorgeous digital display.It has a vast number of features thatis enough to tempanyone for making a purchase. But, it won’t be easy to bag this watch with the tag that comes with it and rightly so.

Hottest Smartwatches To Buy

It comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 4 GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 4.1 and 512 MB of RAM. It also hasan inbuiltbarometer, accelerometer and heart rate monitor. You even use it to get help with assignment by setting reminders for your important tasks.

2. HTC Halfbeak

 One of the most anticipated smartwatches on everyone’s radar is HTC’s Halfbreak Android wear. According to recently leaked images, like the one above, this smartwatch will come in a circle casing as opposed to a square one. It comes with an OLED screen with 360 x 360 pixels resolutions.

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There is no solid confirmation on whether it will come with any protection for the screen but it is likely to come with a Gorilla Glass protection. From what we see in the images, the rear has both the HTC and Armor marking which suggest that the two have been working together.

3. Casio WSD-F20

 If you care for a relaxing trek, you would be doing justice to yourself by bringing Casio’s latest Android Wear entry with you. Your current location gets determined by watch’s energy-efficient GPS and indicates it on a fully-colored offline map. There are plenty of trekking apps available for your convenience.


The F20 is 50m waterproof and is amilitary-certified 810G for ruggedness. Like the original, the new model boasts a dual-layer display; a monochrome LCD for basic timekeeping and an ordinary multicoloreddisplay for regular Android Wear functions. The Casio WSD-F20 will arrive on the 21st of April at $500.

4. Google’s Smartwatches

When it comes to innovative products and services, Google is no doubt a leading contender. Rumor has it that Google is working on not one but two smartwatch models by the name of Angelfish and Swordfish.



According to a leak by AndroidPolice, Angelfishwill likely to come in 42mm and 46mm sizes. It will be equipped with GPS, LTE connectivity, and a heart-rate monitor. It will also have two other buttons but their functions at this point are unknown.

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Unlike Angelfish, this model will come with a less bezel circular display. What we know so far is that itfeatures a single button which will perform an unknown function.

5. Apple Watch Series 2

 The Apple Watch Series 2 fills in most of the gaps of the predecessor, such as the lack of GPS, short battery life, no waterproofing and slow operation. If you are a fitness enthusiast and needs a gadget with brilliant notifications and a seamless integration with the iPhone, then this is the right wearable for you.


The only thingskeeping the Apple Watch Series 2 from getting itsfull score of five stars are its battery life and its heavy price tag. But that shouldn’t get in your way of acquiring this marvelous piece of tech for yourself.

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