The year 2019 and 2018 have seen some great watch from some big and small brands. Some are very expensive and some are available at a reasonable price. So let’s check out what are some best smartwatch to buy in 2019.
Apple Watch Series 4
The new Watch Series come in 40mm and 44mm sizes, with the later available in LTE variant as well. Apple has made the screen bigger, pushing the glass display right to the edge, giving a 30 percent larger display while the body of the watch is actually thinner than the series 3 Apple Watch.
Thanks to a new electric heart sensor built into the backside, the Watch Series 4 can not only detect a low heart rate but also act as an electrocardiogram (ECG). That means it can sense a dangerous condition known as atrial fibrillation and warn you to talk to your doctor. The Watch Series 4 has received clearance from the FDA and is the first over-the-counter ECG app offered directly to consumers, Apple claimed.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active
The Galaxy Watch Active has slimmer design than the Galaxy Watch. It decreased the rotating bezel that results in to increase the display size. The watch has a 1.3-inch display with a 360 x 360 resolution. The screen is water-resistant and is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. The watch is powered by the Exynos 9110 processor which is paired with 768MB RAM. It comes with 230mAh of battery, that can be charged wirelessly. The device runs on Samsung’s own Tizen wearable operating system. The watch comes with 4GB of in-built storage. It also supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and mobile payments via NFC.
As for health features, the Galaxy Watch monitors blood pressure, heart rate. Apart from these features, it can be used for step tracking, sleep tracking, count steps, and more. For workouts, the wearable comes with a new smart fitness tracking feature that can automatically detect when you start an activity like running, biking or rowing.
The Android, iOS and Windows-compatible device tracks everything from your heart to your sleep and boasts other phone-like functions including apps for things like news, weather, and sports — plus the ability to store more than 300 songs and download from Pandora. With the special edition, your wallet will have less to do too, as a built-in NFC chip allows you to use a credit card with the flick of a wrist. The Versa also syncs perfectly with Fitbit’s absurdly awesome Flyer headphones.
The most standout feature is the battery life. The Versa can last for up to four days, which is simply incredible (especially given that the Apple Watch Series 3 taps out around 18 hours, depending on use.)
Apple Watch Series 3
Garmin VivoActive 3
Garmin Fenix 5
Huawei Watch 2
Moto 360 Sport
Xiaomi Amazfit Bip