Asus Zen Smartwatch 2
You will love its IP67 dust resistance and water resistance, as well as its good battery life. In fact, some users have reported that it can last for around two days. When it is time to charge Zen Watch, the fast charging feature ensures that you do not have to wait long before you can be back on the go again.
However, there are some cons to this smartwatch, like the oversized bezels, limited functionality, and absence of a heart rate monitor.
It’s still undoubtedly one of the best smartwatches for Android despite these shortcomings.
Casio WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch
Users who are constantly exposed to rugged outdoor environments will love the Casio WSD-F10 smartwatch. It comes with a dual display technology platform, which helps prolong battery life, and many rugged features like resistance to shock, vibration, humidity, radiation, high and low temperatures, water, and ice.
WSD-F10 has a remote camera viewing function and a capture trigger, making it handy when you want to take photos anywhere. It is recommended for hikers, fishing trips, outdoor adventures, and trekkers, with a glove-friendly design, an app that lets you keep track of sunset and sunrise times, and large buttons that are easy to push.
The Casio WSD-F10 is truly the best smartwatch for Android for the active wearer.
Huawei Watch boasts a sapphire crystal glass cover that a lot of users loved, but unfortunately, the watch may not be the best Android smartwatch for constant, everyday use due to poor battery life and poor industrial design.
Samsung Gear S2
The user interface is fluid and elegant, and the battery can last from two to three days, but Samsung has yet to improve its app selection for Gear S3, particularly the fitness functions.
Garmin 735 XT
This incredible Mulit-Sport with 24/7 Heart Rate Monitoring is the premier choice for the active wearable user. It is rugged, comfortable, and has powerful functionality not seen many Smartwatches/Fitness Trackers on the market.
We have included the 735XT Forerunner in the Top 5 Best Smartwatches category, although many would argue it is a fitness tracker, due to the incredible performance packed into a great design. This is the ultimate GPS enabled, lightest, most capable multisport watch on the global market for users with an active lifestyle.
One to Watch Samsung Gear S3
The new wearable smartwatch is due for launch November 18th, so if you are a loyal Samsung wearable techie, you might want to hold off and wait for this beauty to hit the market. If this is you, you might want to read our latest Hands-On Review for the Samsung S3 to help decide if the wait is worth it.
A few of the upgrades on the new Samsung S3 over the S2 are a larger display area, more RAM, and a significantly larger battery.
S3 comes in two new versions to choose from, the Classic and Frontier. The Classic offers the index on its inner slanted bezel surface, with regularly stepped hash marks, while the Frontier offers two index levels, a set of shiny hash marks on its flat, outermost bezel and a set of twelve 5-minute interval markers an its slanted bezel ring adjacent and interior to the outermost bezel.
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