For iPhone and Android users, these are the best smartwatches available right now.

1. Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 3 or LTE

Mobvoi launched the TicWatch Pro 3 GPS just a few months ago, an excellent smartwatch that felt like the ideal ambassador for Google’s Wear OS platform. The only thing missing from Mobvoi’s device was LTE connectivity, but that’s about to change with the launch of the TicWatch Pro 3 with LTE from

TicWatch Pro 3 LTE has the same design and specifications as the TicWatch Pro 3 GPS. Aside from this, users will be able to easily connect to the Internet on the go with LTE support. The addition may seem insignificant, but it could allow you to ditch your smartphone on outdoor excursions. If you leave your phone at home, your smartwatch is nothing more than a traditional timepiece without LTE. If you add LTE to the equation, you can leave your phone at home and still make and receive calls, navigate, and perform other tasks. Smartwatches that don’t rely on your phone are liberating. Without a phone, your watch can send out SOS alerts.

  • Display 1.4″ AMOLED (400 x 400 px) + FSTN LCD Gorilla Glass 3, 22mm, silicone
  • Memory 1GB RAM, 8GB storage
  • Connectivity & Extras Bluetooth v4.2, BLE, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Speaker, Microphone, Rotor motor for vibration
  • Battery 577mAh
  • Durability IP68
  • OS Wear OS
  • SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100
  • Sensors PPG heart rate sensor:Blood O2 saturation, Stress Detection, Night infrared Static Heart Rate sensor with non-visible light, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Ambient light sensor, Barometer, Low latency off-body sensor

USD $329.99

2. Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

Samsung released its first Galaxy Watch two years ago. In the intervening years, the smartwatch landscape has undergone a dramatic transformation. Many companies are adding ECGs and oxygen saturation sensors to their wearables, and features that we once thought would be a thing of the future are now standard.

Samsung also unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 alongside the Galaxy Note 20 lineup. Even the Apple Watch will have to compete with this new model, which is lighter, more powerful, and has additional health and safety features. This Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 guide will be regularly updated with new tips, resources, and details.

  • Display 1.4, Super amoled, (~364 ppi density)Corning Gorilla Glass DX, Always-on display
  • Memory 8GB 1GB RAM
  • Connectivity & Extras Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Speaker, Microphone
  • Battery 340 mAh
  • Durability IP68
  • OS Tizen based Wearable OS 5.5
  • SoC Exynos 9110
  • Sensors Accelerometer, Barometer, Gyro Sensor, Light Sensor, Optical Heart Rate Sensor, Electrical Heart Sensor

USD $299.99

3. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2

Compared to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2, which was released earlier this year, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 lacks the rotating bezel that made its bigger brother, the Samsung Galaxy Watch, so popular. A digital bezel and a few other tricks make Samsung’s sporty smartwatch the best wearable in the company’s lineup.
Most likely, it’s a good thing that the Active 2 looks similar to its predecessor. A more masculine design than the Galaxy Watch, it’s almost certainly more appealing to a wider audience.

  • Display1.4Super AMOLED, (~364 ppi density), Corning Gorilla Glass DX+, Always-on display
  • Memory 4GB, 1.5GB above RAM
  • Connectivity & Extras Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, with A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS, NFC
  • Battery 340 mAh
  • Durability IP68
  • OS Tizen OS 4.0
  • SoC Exynos 9110 (10 nm)
  • Sensors Accelerometer, gyro, heart rate, barometer, Samsung Pay, VO2maxNatural language commands and dictation

USD $246.99

4. Samsung Galaxy Watch OG

Due to its attractive design, cohesive user interface, and four-day battery life, the Samsung Galaxy Watch is still one of the most refined smartwatches you can buy today. Granted, it’s no longer the latest Galaxy Watch – that honour belongs to the Galaxy Watch 3 (don’t worry, you didn’t miss out on anything – there was no Watch 2!). Our review of the new Samsung watch will show you what’s new and what’s improved, It’s worth noting, however, that the Samsung Galaxy Watch is still a competitive wristwatch that competes with Apple Watches in a few key ways, so it’s still worth considering. Despite the fact that it’s been superseded by the Galaxy Watch 3, it’s still a good option for 2021.

  • Display 1.3” (33 mm),Circular Super AMOLED (360 x 360) Full Color Always On Display Corning Gorilla Glass DX+
  • Memory 1.5GB RAM + 4GB Internal
  • Connectivity & Extras 3G/LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi b/g/n, NFC, A-GPS/Glonass
  • Battery 472 mAh
  • Durability  IP68
  • OS Tizen Based Wearable OS 4.0
  • SoC Exynos 9110 Dual core 1.15GHz
  • Sensors Accelerometer, Gyro, Barometer, HRM, Ambient Light

USD $229.99

5. Huawei Watch GT2 Pro

Watch GT 2 Pro from Huawei features titanium casing, sapphire glass display, and ceramic back. Despite Huawei’s track record for producing stylish wearables, the GT 2 Pro may be the most attractive smartwatch on the market. Internally, it runs Huawei’s LiteOS interface, which is both a problem and a solution. There is no denying that the interface is light, and it can’t compete with other smartwatches from a third-party app standpoint. Although it is limited in terms of features and battery life, LiteOS is a battery-efficient and feature-rich operating system out of the box.

  • Display 454×454, 435mm, AMOLED
  • Memory 4GB, 32MB RAM
  • Connectivity & Extras No WLAN, Bluetooth 5.1, LE, EDR, GPS with GLONASS, GALILEO, NO NFC
  • Battery 455 mAh
  • Durability 50m water resistant
  • OS Huawei Lite OS
  • SoC Kirin A1 + STL4R9
  • Sensors Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Geomagnetic Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor, Air Pressure Sensor, Capacitive Sensor, Optical Heart Rate Sensor

USD $ ??

6. Honor Watch GS Pro

We haven’t seen anything like the Honor Watch GS Pro from Honor before. In terms of appeal, the GS Pro’s chunky rugged design, large battery, and features geared towards the great outdoors expand Honor’s current smartwatch portfolio significantly. There are clear indications that the GS Pro was developed and built while the two companies shared a lot of their infrastructure, despite the fact that the company has separated from its former parent company Huawei. Somehow, Honor’s latest smartwatch is similar to Huawei’s Watch GT 2 Pro in that it emphasises durability rather than premium materials in its construction, while the software experience remains largely unchanged for those who have previously owned a Lite OS-powered watch from either company.

  • Display 1.39, AMOLED, (~326 ppi density)
  • Memory 4GB internal
  • Connectivity & Extras NO WLAN, Bluetooth 5.0, LE, GPS with GLONASS
  • Battery 25days
  • Durability 5ATM water resistant
  • OS Proprietary OS
  • SoC Huawei HiSilicon Kirin A1
  • Sensors Accelerometer, gyro, heart rate, SpO2

USD $319

7. Apple Watch SE

As part of the launch of the new Apple Watch Series 6, Apple will also introduce a new lower-cost Apple Watch SE in September 2020. Because these health features require hardware components that Apple did not include in the Apple Watch SE in order to keep costs down, the Apple Watch SE is virtually identical to the Apple Watch Series 6, but it does not have ECG or blood oxygen functionality. Compared to the Series 4/5/6 versions, the Apple Watch SE is a cross between the two. For the Apple Watch SE, there are two different sizes available: 40 millimetres (mm) and 44 millimetres (mm).

  • Display 1.78, Retina LTPO OLED, 1000 nits (peak), (~326 ppi density), Ion-X strengthened glass, 3D Touch display
  • Memory 32GB 1GB RAM
  • Connectivity & Extras Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE ,A-GPS, GLONASS, NFC
  • Battery Up to 18 hours
  • Durability 50m water resistant
  • OS watchOS 7.0, upgradable to 7.6
  • SoC Apple S5
  • Sensors Accelerometer, gyro, heart rate (2nd gen), barometer, always-on altimeter, compass, Natural language commands and dictation (talking mode) and Ambient light sensor

USD $279

8. Amazfit GTR2 (Sports)

It’s possible that Huami’s Amazfit GTR 2 is a no-frills smartwatch. In terms of style, this watch has been upgraded from its predecessor, which was a dead ringer for an Apple Watch. Additionally, it has better activity and sleep tracking capabilities, and it still has the long battery life that Huami is known for. As a fitness tracker, the Amazfit GTR 2 has smartwatch capabilities such as music storage and voice commands. In addition, it runs Huami’s own operating system, which comes with a handful of useful apps, but does not have access to the Apple or Android app stores. It can receive notifications, but you can’t do anything with them once they’ve been received.

  • Display 1.39-inch AMOLED (454 x 454 px), Always on display
  • Memory not confirm
  • Connectivity & Extras Bluetooth 5.0, WLAN 2.4GHz, GPS + GLONASS, Microphone, speacker
  • Battery 471 mAh Li-ion
  • Durability 5ATM, 50 meters, water-resistance 
  • SoC
  • OS does not have fullblown os as the Google Wear OS, Apple Watch OS
  • Sensors Self-developed BioTracker 2 PPG, (support blood-oxygen) biological data sensor, Air pressure sensor, Acceleration sensor, Gyroscope sensor, 3-axis geomagnetic sensor, Ambient light sensor

USD $179

9. Zeblaze Thor 6

The Zeblaze Thor 6 android 10 wristwatch. Hanzion Limited, a Chinese corporation, owns the Zeblaze trademark. The Mediatek Helio P22 MT6762 CPU powers the Thor 6. As a mid-range smartphone CPU, the Mediatek Helio P22 MT6762 is capable of delivering decent performance. The watch’s hardware is adequate, and it performs well without any lags. Android 10 is the operating system on this watch. Instead of complementing your smartphone, full Android 10 watches are intended to replace it. It’s a smartphone that’s been scaled down to fit on your wrist.

Unless you’re looking for a watch to go along with a smartphone, this is a drawback for your search. Wearable Android 10 watches can take the place of your smartphone if you so choose. As a full Android wristwatch, you have access to the Google Play Store to install 3rd party apps from third-party developers. Compared to smartwatches with proprietary operating systems and no access to third-party apps, this is a nice advantage.

  • Display 1.6″ inch IPS LCD, 400 x 400 pixel
  • Memory  4 GBRAM + 64 GB internal
  • Connectivity & Extras Bluetooth 5.0, Nano SIM GSM+WCDMA+FDD-LTE+TDD-LTE, WIFI 4GHz/5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n, 5mp+5mp dual camera, GPS
  • Battery 830mAh
  • Durability not confirm
  • OS  Android 10
  • SoC Helio P22 Octa-core 1.5GHz
  • Sensors  Heart-rate monitor, Proximity, Accelerometer

USD $189

10. Huawei Watch GT2

While the Apple Watch Series may be the best smartwatch on the market, it’s not cheap. Huawei’s second-generation smartwatch is the Watch GT 2. For Rs 15,990, it comes with a vivid AMOLED display, a stylish design, a heart rate sensor, and an extremely long battery life. A smartwatch, especially one like Apple’s Watch Series 3, starts at Rs 20,900, has a lot more factors to consider. The Huawei Watch GT2 was on my wrist for a week, and here’s what I thought of it.

  • Display 46mm, AMOLED, 454 x 454 pixel
  • Memory 4GB 32MB RAM
  • Connectivity & Extras Bluetooth 5.1, LE, EDR, GPS with GLONASS, GALILEO, No WLAN
  • Battery  455 mAh
  • Durability 5ATM 50 metres water resistant
  • OS Proprietary OS
  • SoC Kirin A1
  • Sensors Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Geomagnetic sensor, Optical heart rate sensor, Ambient light sensor, Air pressure sensor, Capacitive sensor

USD $154