Montblanc Summit 2 is the best Wear OS smartwatch on the market. It is not for everyone and of course, those who will buy it won’t be purchasing the classic smartwatch. However, it is important to note that in this case, the price reflects the quality, the included hardware, and the performance.
Casio WSD-F20 review
The Casio WSD-F20 solves the biggest drawback of its predecessor and thus becomes an excellent compromise between a trekking watch and a smartwatch. It is targeted at a specific niche of users that will find in this Pro Trek probably everything they were looking for.
Apple Watch series 4 review
The Apple Watch series 4 is the best smartwatch on the market. The leap forward compared to previous generations is remarkable, thanks to the new display. It doesn’t sport the most beautiful design or interface, but after using it for a while you will understand that the key word here is “functionality”.
Samsung Galaxy Watch review
The Samsung Galaxy Watch is the perfect evolution of the Samsung smartwatch. The Tizen software is more refined but it suffers from the obvious lack of apps to download. Its best feature is the increased autonomy, especially in the 46mm version.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active review
The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is not a revolution but it has a low asking price and its small size may attract an audience that was completely ignored until now.
TicWatch Pro review
The TicWatch Pro is undoubtedly the most balanced Wear OS smartwatch, it has complete hardware and the most attractive price on the market. The second display is fantastic, especially since it increases the autonomy to two full days.
Amazfit Stratos review
The Amazfit Stratos is the smart sports watch we have all been expecting. It has a higher than average autonomy, always visible screen and a huge number of data that you can collect from your physical activities. It also supports swimming. The design is a bit hit and miss, but if you like it this might be the perfect smartwatch for you.
Fitbit Versa review
The Fitbit Versa loses GPS support but also the high Ionic price. It addresses a much wider audience. It is not recommended as a dedicated sports watch, but it’s ideal for someone who wants to keep fit and have a healthy lifestyle.
Huawei Watch GT review: the smartwatch you did not expect
Huawei Watch GT is a sports watch you do not expect. It offers great autonomy, a bright display and lots of fitness information that you can analyze directly from the watch. The notifications are a bit scarce but still punctual and legible.
Samsung Gear Sport review
The Samsung Gear Sport is a quality smartwatch: it has a beautiful display, an above average autonomy, an excellent user interface and good tracking of physical activity. It is especially recommended for Android users.