Best Smartwatches in India (2018)

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1.Samsung gear S3

One of the key selling points is the fact the Gear S3 is compatible with the latest Samsung phones, but also with most other Android phones running version 4.4 of the OS or later, as long as they have at least 1.5GB of RAM.

2.Moto 360 (2nd Gen)

Moto 360’s second avatar is undoubtedly the best looking smartwatch available today. Available with Android Wear and offering a good performance, makes it the best smartwatch to buy at the moment. Pros: Good display, good performance, easy to replace straps Cons: A bit pricey, Battery life though decent has a long way to go

 

 

3.Samsung Gear S2

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The Gear S2 from Samsung is built upon Tizen OS and has a very intuitive rotating dial via which one can interact with the watch. However, the only place the watch lacks is in the apps section. Pros: Rotating bezel is the most intuitive way to navigate around a smartwatch, Very good display, Premium build Cons: Lack of apps, Battery life needs to be longer

 

4.Apple Watch

Apple Watch, which was recently dubbed as Apple Watch series 1, is a good smartwatch for iOS users only. It is available in various finishes and bands. Pros: Premium look, 2 day plus battery life Cons: excruciatingly slow, Expensive, works with iPhone

 

5.Huawei Watch

Huawei’s attempt at making a smartwatch is good but not as good as watches above it. It works well, has reasonably accurate tracking, and is built really well to exude a premium feel. Pros: Very well built, Superior display, Large number of watch faces by default, Decent battery life Cons: Some gestures are not responsive, No noteworthy innovation here

6.Asus Zenwatch 2

The Zenwatch 2 is actually one of the most affordable android wear watches on the market. It also offers a 2 day battery life but it does not as look as premium as any other smartwatch. Although, you need to keep in mind, it is priced quite low as well. Pros: Inexpensive, Premium design, Two-day battery life Cons: Android wear isn’t intuitive enough, Display does not respond to gestures well.

7.Pebble Time (Round)

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The Pebble time round is a thin, light and functional smartwatch. It may not offer the rich OS experience of Android Wear or WatchOS but it does provide you with all the essential features you may need from a smartwatch. Also, it does not have a touch-screen. Pros: Slim design, Extremely light, Charges 100% in little over an hour, Decent library of apps and watch faces Cons: Thick bezel, No touch screen, Water resistant only, Low battery life when compared to the Pebble Time

8.Pebble Time Steel

The Pebble Time Steel offers a similar functionality as the Pebble Time (Round), but the sizes are different. The Time Steel also looks and feels quite premium compared to the normal Pebble and Pebble Round watches. Pros: Good battery life, Clean UI, Large library of apps, Good display Cons: Buttons interface is tedious when compared to the Gear S2’s wheel, No Google Now or Siri like voice functionality

9.LG Watch Urbane

If you are interested in buying a round faced smartwatch, which looks and feels quite premium, the LG Watch Urbane can easily be considered. However, the Urbane does not have a very good battery life. Pros: Good design, Smooth Interface Cons: Expensive, Poor battery life, Android wear has a long way to go

10.Titan Juxt

If you want the basic functionalities of a smartwatch in a normal watch, Titan Juxt might be the smartwatch for you. It is a little bulky, but has a 5 day battery life. Pros: Premium build, Looks good, 5-day battery life Cons: Heavy, difficult for long-term wear, App needs to remain on always, Lag between notifications on phone and watch