Top 10 Best Smartwatches to Buy in 2019
The exponentially gaining smartwatch market may give you hard time while you are exploring top 10 best smartwatches in 2019. A multitude of smartwatch range would be there to host you in 2019.
Top 10 Best Smartwatches 2019
Don’t try hard as we are here with an exhausted list of top contenders of top 10 best popular smartwatches that will catch your eyes in coming year. The list will help you choose your loved timepiece among given classy, functional, and sporty watch list. Here we go.
For fitness junkies, Fitbit Versa is simply an excellent timepiece to buy. Competitively priced, the watch offers all the best features that an ideal activity tracker can offer. The Fitbit Versa is a dual-core processor powered device and offers 2.5GB of native storage.
It’s beautiful and elegantly designed to give competition to other fitness-centric smartwatches in the marketplace. The USP of Fitbit Versa is the companion app and Fitbit’s highly active community.
LG Watch W7:
This LG’s master timepiece tops the list for having three things in a row- a fully functional touchscreen interface, Wear OS and mechanical hands. The LG Watch W7 flaunts a premium and Elegent stainless-steel design.
The watch features a dynamic 1.2″ LCD panel and is powered by Qualcomm’s APQ8009w processor. Moreover, a 240 mAh Lithium Polymer battery is there to keep the watch running for about 24 hours. The watch is IP68 certified for dust and water resistance.
Besides all goods, the watch may disappoint you at many frontiers. If you’re looking at a timepiece with features GPS, HR, etc, better to move ahead. The LG Watch W7 won’t give all this to you.
Apple Watch Series 4:
Meet the mightiest warrior in this warzone. The Apple Watch Series 4 is undoubtedly our top choice. Despite the fact that it’s expensive and compatible with iPhones only, no one can beat the best in terms of features and functionalities it offers.
The smartwatch is powered by a new S4 dual-core processor for more than smooth performance. The device houses a massive battery inside that claims to be offering 18 hours of non-stop working.
The Apple Watch Series 4 Smartwatch comes packed in 40mm and 44mm sizes and flaunts a beautiful OLED panel. The watch is powered Apple’s latest watchOS 5 software and brings on board a slew of noteworthy features like GPS and heart rate sensors.
The Apple watch even offers an electrocardiogram (ECG) feature that is currently available for the users in the US. You may go for its 4G LTE variant to make calls and use data without having to worry about your iPhone. The Apple Watch Series 4 has resistance rating of 50 meters under ISO standard 22810:2010.
Samsung Galaxy Watch:
If you’re an android user and out to buy a smartwatch, go for Samsung Galaxy Watch. The timepiece ruins Samsung’s own Tizen software and features a 1.3-inch AMOLED display that’s surrounded by a rotating bezel.
Its rotating bezel helps users interact with Tizen OS. The device is available in two sizes, 42mm and the 46mm variant. The smartwatch comes packed with an IP68 water resistance with an additional 5ATM pressure rating.
The USP of the Samsung Galaxy Watch is compatibility with iOS. This means, it can be used flawlessly as an Apple Watch alternative.
Fossil Sport is said to be the first smartwatch that is powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor. The watch runs on Google’s latest Wear OS software and comes packed with some stunning features including built-in GPS, heart-rate monitoring, and more.
The Fossil Sport Smartwatch comes in two sizes 41mm and 43mm and multiple color variants. In addition, the watch flaunts a 1.2-inch AMOLED display and comes with Google Fit to track metrics like step count, calories burnt, etc. If sporty watches seduce you, Fossil Sport is for your wardrobe.
You may have not heard the name quite often but the Ticwatch Pro is known as a unique smartwatch with two displays. The watch sports a transparent LCD panel on where you can see information related to time, heart rate, etc along with an OLED panel underneath to let user unleash ll the benefits of Wear OS.
The battery of the watch lasts for up to 2 days if it’s used as a normal smartwatch. However, when used with its OLED display it goes uninterrupted for up to a month. The smartwatch comes packed with a range of noteworthy features including GPS, and NFC for payments. Though, the smartwatch doesn’t have opportunity to be powered by latest chipset, you may give it a try.
Garmin fēnix 5S Plus
For fitness freaks, Garmin fēnix 5S Plus is an all-in-one pack. Bit expensive though, the smartwatch has on board a slew of sexy and stalwart kind of features almost absent in traditional smartwatches.
The smartwatch is loaded with the high end sensors like GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Garmin Elevate wrist heart rate monitor, Barometric altimeter, Compass, Accelerometer, and more.
The Garmin fēnix 5S Plus runs on Garmin’s own software. The best part of the watch is that it could store up to 500 songs with its inbuilt storage. For fitness freaks, the smartwatch offers multiple gym activity profiles like Strength, Cardio, Elliptical Training, Stair Stepping and more. The fēnix 5S Plus features a 1.2-inch display that’s enclosed in a 42mm case.
Ticwatch S is the most affordable smartwatch you can buy. This is an elegantly designed smartwatch loaded with basic smartwatch features like GPS, heart sensor, and many more. This is indeed a Wear OS powered better timepiece with IP67 water resistance and 48 hours of battery life. The Ticwatch S weighs 41.5 grams and comes in 44mm case.
Huami Amazfit Bip:
The USP of Huami Amazfit Bip is its 30+ days of battery with standard use. The watch comes packed with always-on color display, GPS, barometer, a geomagnetic sensor and heart rate sensor.
The Huami Amazfit Bip is super lightweight smartwatch with notification abilities like calendar alerts, text messages, emails, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and more. The smartwatch is given IP68 certification for dust and water resistance.
10 Best Smartwatches to Buy
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