A smartwatch is a watch that is reliable. Smartwatches are a great way to receive notifications from the phone. One can track their health right from their wrist. All the latest smartwatches were used and reviewed for Android and iPhone users. The best five among them are ranked below.
Apple Watch Series 6 (best for iPhone users)
It’s not a surprise that the Series 6 is the best Apple Watch to date. It is also the best smartwatch you can buy if you have an iPhone. This model is an improved version with an always-on altimeter and blood oxygen monitoring. There are also improvements to the always-on display. The price varies depending on how luxurious one wants to go with the combination of material and straps. However, the good thing is that the main product itself is still the same at the base price. The Apple Watch SE is also a viable alternative for those that are not very fussed about features like ECG and blood oxygen monitoring. It is also good for those who want to save a bit of money on an Apple Watch.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 (best for Android users)
The Galaxy Watch 3 is among the best smartwatches available at the moment. It is topped only by the Apple Watch Series 6. The thinner, lighter body and larger display of the Galaxy Watch 3 make for a premium look. Along with it, the rotating bezel continues to outshine the competition as the most intuitive way to interact with a smartwatch. The Tizen OS 5.5 user experience is not quite as extensive when it comes to fitness as trackers. However, it still offers an impressive feature set, with automatic tracking for seven types of exercise. It also has the ability to take VO2 Max, ECG, and SpO2 readings (in countries where it has certification). It’s one of the best all-round smartwatches you’ll find on Android. There is also a lot of features for iOS users to like.
Oppo Watch (best for OS watch)
Oppo has never released a smartwatch before. So, the global version of the Oppo watch in both its 41mm and 46mm incarnations is a pretty good first attempt. The larger 46mm leads with its evolved Apple Watch-inspired aesthetics. They also have optional cellular functionality. But beyond that, both sport a rich feature set. One can expect superb performance (thanks to a smart processor pairing and plenty of RAM), swim proofing and one of the best Wear OS experiences out there. This is all said in spite of the operating system’s misgivings.
Fitbit Sense (best for fitness and well-being)
Fitbit Sense replaced the Ionic as the most well-rounded Fitbit. It also adds a lot of new health features at the top end of the company’s range. One can easily call it the hypochondriac’s smartwatch because it is full of warning signs. However, there is a lot here that will help indicate serious health problems. The person wearing this will definitely have the chance to improve their health. Mindfulness might seem a little kooky to some. It might also be a concern for those with too much time on their hands. But no one can deny that stress can affect us all, and managing it will quickly bring mental benefits. It will also reap long-term physical health benefits. For all-round physical and mental health tracking, this watch is the best. One only has to swing the high price.
Fossil Gen 5 (best for design)
Fossil’s Gen 5 is a great all-round smartwatch in its own right. It also serves as a triumph for the wider Wear OS contingent. The new hardware and software provide this a truly competitive offering against established players from the likes of Apple and Samsung. It has the Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor and additional RAM. This watch also tweaks to Wear OS’s power management grant greater control over what gets to sap power from the Gen 5’s 310mAh fast-charging battery. It offers a genuinely smooth user experience. This cannot be said for any of its predecessors. The Apple Watch and Samsung Galaxy Watch may still boast a more responsive user experience. However, the Fossil Gen 5 narrows the gap more than ever before. Better yet, it offers some of the most adaptable and flexible styling and aesthetics out there.