By: Mary Jones
Samsung’s Galaxy Watch line was already the best smartwatch foil to the Apple Watch, but 2021’s Galaxy Watch 4 series also represents a huge shift in the wider wearable landscape.
Series 7 is only an incremental upgrade over 2020’s Series 6, that doesn’t stop it from being one of the best smartwatches you can buy; if you have an iPhone, that is.
If you’re not a fan of the Watch 4 Classic’s physical rotating bezel (or the added price premium that comes with its distinct design), then the standard Watch 4 is the perfect remedy.
Replacing the Ionic as the most well-rounded Fitbit, the Fitbit Sense adds a lot of new health features at the top-end of the company’s range.
Amazfit GTR 3 Pro boasts a sharper display than its similarly-named sibling (the GTR 3) and supports a higher refresh rate, making for smoother user interaction
Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra is one of the most rugged timepieces we’ve seen from the company; integrating the Pro line’s signature dual-display technology into a hardy form factor, running Wear OS 2
Watch GT series held the torch as its flagship smartwatch line for the longest time, 2021’s Huawei Watch 3 elevated the company’s established smartwatch experience with the debut of its own HarmonyOS
The Garmin Venu 2 Plus is a great all-rounder if you’re on the market for a smartwatch that focuses on health and fitness.
Considering Oppo’s never released a smartwatch before, the global version of the Oppo Watch – in both its 41mm and 46mm incarnations – is a pretty brilliant first attempt.
the luxurious titanium and ceramic designs aren’t enough to convince you, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro also brings some of the most robust fitness tracking in any watch.
There’s an interesting theory that smartwatches are to the smartphone what wristwatches were to the pocket watch
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