Best Android Smartwatches

ASUS ZenWatch 2

Now we pass to ASUS ZenWatch, a smartwatch Android that stands out for its extremely elegant design (leather strap, bent glass) and its retail price, very convenient (though not negligible). It is distributed in two versions: one from 1.45 sec with a 280 × 260 pixels and a 320 × 320 display 1.63 “with a pixel. Supports Bluetooth and its autonomy is 1-2 days. Includes a microphone and speaker for calls (only works with the latest versions of Android Wear), accelerometer, gyroscope and sensor to detect the heartbeat. Also enjoys the IP67 certified on the resistance to water and dust. It is also compatible with iOS.

LG G Urban Watch

The LG G Urban Watch is a midrange smartwatch characterized by an elegant classic design. It has a circular screen from 320 × 320 pixel resolution 1.3″, a chronograph with a stainless steel case and a leather strap. It is powered by Android Wear, so it works with most smartphones Android (via Bluetooth) and limited even with iOS. Facilities of sensors is remarkable: includes barometer, pedometer and heart rate detection sensor. Is water and dust resistant (IP67 certification) and has a battery that guarantees 1 – 2 days. Lacks the ability to make or receive phone calls.

Motorola Moto 360 of 2in generation

The motion was one of the first 360 smartwatch to adopt a circular display, and this second incarnation confirms the road taken previously by Motorola. The watch is based on Android Wear and has a capacity halfway between the elegant and sporty, with a leather strap. It is distributed in two versions: one from 42mm with 300mAh battery and a 1.37 e from 46 mm with 1.56 e 400mAh battery. No lack of Bluetooth support, the pedometer, heart rate detector and certified IP67 water and dust resistance. Does not allow you to make or receive phone calls.

Samsung Gear S2

Samsung was one of the first companies to have backed the smartwatch market, and of course continues to do so today. Her current top of the line is the Samsung S2 Gear that is available in three different versions: a standard silicone wrist watch, a “Classic” with slightly smaller dial and leather strap and a “3 g” with SIM slot, microphone, speaker and support calls that unfortunately has not been marketed in Europe. The clock display is circular, measure 1.2″and has a resolution of 360 × 160 pixels. Supports Bluetooth, NFC and has a budget of more than good: there are sensors accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer, pulse detection sensor and ambient light sensor. There is also the IP68 certification on the resistance to water and dust. The operating system that drives the device is Tizen OS of Samsung, which is currently only compatible with Android devices (equipped with Android 4.4 or later).

Huawei Watch Classic

Huawei is a company that lately you’re pointing out quite a bit for the quality of its smartphones and touch screen watches. The same quality we find also in this Classic Watch, a watch with Android Wear characterized by an elegant circular design with a leather strap or stainless steel. The display of the Watch measures 1.4 Huawei e has 400 x 400 pixel resolution, is resistant to shock, scratches, dust and water (IP67 certification).Has accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer, pulse detection sensor and a battery that provides up to 1 and a half days of autonomy. It is compatible with both Android and iPhone. By upgrading to Android Wear issued to beginning 2016 allows you to make and receive calls.

Apple Watch

Almost needless to underline it, the Apple Watch is the smartwatch perfect for all iPhone owners. Is anything but cheap but its quality, whether hardware or software, is indisputable. It is available in three different versions: Apple Sports Watch that has a case in anodized aluminium and glass Ion-X, Apple Watch that features a stainless steel case and Sapphire Crystal glass and Apple Watch Edition that 18 karat gold case and instead has a sapphire crystal glass. The display is square, from 1.5″, acknowledges the pressure exerted by the user and is resistant to shock, scratches and water (IPX7). Supports Bluetooth, NFC, running native applications (from WatchOS 2.0 onwards) and making calls directly from clock (using the SIM in the iPhone). Includes accelerometer, gyroscope, pedometer and heart rate detection sensor. The cheapest model is to Sport, which is available in sizes from 42mm or 38mm with interchangeable straps of various colors and materials (polycarbonate, leather or steel).