With the digital world setting in, every other utilitarian item has seen the touch of digitization. Among other items, using a smartwatch has become more common today than it was even ten years ago.
A good smartwatch can do a lot more than just show the time. It can track workouts or even display the heart rate. They can also show notifications and many of them have inbuilt voice assistants.
Apart from these, there are several other functionalities that a touchscreen watch can do for you. However, picking one from a whole lot of different watches can be difficult.
Keeping that in mind, here, we have mentioned some of the besṭ smartwatches that you can show off and elevate your sense of style.
Samsung Galaxy Watch3
If you are an Android user and want to buy a smartwatch immediately, this is your best choice. Really, if you want a Google Wear OS watch, our recommendation is to wait until 2022, when the new Wear OS 3 update will be fixed.
Samsung may currently abandon its Tizen operating system, but it has promised to support the existing Galaxy Watch within three years from the release date, which means you can keep the excellent Galaxy Watch 3 until August 2023.
It can automatically track your long-distance walking and some other exercises and has the usual smartwatch functions; you can answer or delete notifications on your phone, and even answer calls on your watch.
If you turn off the always-on display, each charge can last about two days, otherwise, it will last a day and a half, which is enough for you to spend a whole day of sleep tracking. It is very attractive, with an interesting mechanical rotating bezel.
Apple Watch Series 6
Apple Watch is the best smartwatch money can buy. It has the best operating system, watchOS, and it has many elegant applications that can help reduce the number of times you need to take out your phone.
The latest model is Series 6, which has a blood oxygen monitoring function that can measure blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), which is very useful for athletes who train in high altitude areas or suffer from high altitude conditions.
Together with the FDA-approved ECG and a series of fitness tracking functions, it is a health-friendly device. It also includes sleep tracking, which reminds you to stand up and move around during the day, and with the Noise app, you can sound an alarm when the surrounding environment is loud enough to damage your hearing.
The battery life is the only concern and it is average, and it works only with the iPhone.
Garmin Venu Sq
If you prioritize health and fitness, the Garmin Venu Sq and Venu Sq Music Edition are excellent, relatively affordable watches that do more than ordinary tracking. If you subscribe to Spotify, Amazon Music, or Deezer, the music version is the best match, but both provide accurate fitness tracking data.
With functions such as blood oxygen monitoring, built-in GPS, and sleep tracking. Even better, it can be used for 5 to 7 days on a single charge. You can receive basic notification reminders, such as phone calls, text messages, and emails in this screen touch watch. If you have an Android phone, you can reply to text messages. It also includes Garmin Pay, which can be used wherever contactless payments are accepted.
Skagen Hybrid HR Jorn
The circular design and mechanical hands make Skagen John look like a traditional watch, but it shows heart rate, step count, and weather data on the E Ink display. You can control the music playback, and in the companion app, you can choose the app to receive notifications. A single charge can last more than a week. You can use it to track exercise, but you won’t believe it because activity tracking is not very accurate.
The Casio PRT-B50 from the Pro Trek series does not have the bells and whistles of the other watches on this list, but it is smart in its own way. You can’t see notifications, but the PRT-B50 will track your steps and can automatically set the time no matter where you are.
The compass is not only useful when you are on the road, but also when you need to locate in densely populated cities such as New York. In addition, using GPS on your mobile phone can provide altitude readings, and you can use latitude and longitude information to record when the sun rises and sets.
If it helps you, you can also check the temperature and air pressure. Most importantly, you can place virtual markers that can be seen on the map in the companion app and return to them easily using the watch. All these data can be viewed through the small but easy-to-read digital display on the dial.