A smart watch is the ultimate phone accessory, nowadays. It not only tells you the time, of course, but it can also beam you with important notifications straight to your wrist, track your fitness stats and much more than just out of a normal watch.

Today’s best smart watch models can perform a ton of tricks, such as enabling you to search the internet with your voice, track your location with GPS or even monitor your heart rate to protect your overall health – with our without pairing to one of the best smart phones on the market.

During our review process, we take into account the design, features, battery life, spec, price and more for each smart watch, rank it against the competition and enter it into the list you’ll find below-

Samsung Galaxy Watch

It’s the Galaxy Watch-following from the Gear S3 series and the Gear Sport in 2017, the Galaxy Watch is much improved with this edition.

It is said to be tested out on the larger 46mm version of the watch and it comes with an unbelievable four day battery life even when you’re using it extensively. That’s impressive considering a lot of other watches on this list last a day or so from a single charge.

The rotating bezel remains a highlight of navigating around the Tizen OS on the watch, and the interface is one of the easiest to pick up that you will see on a smart watch.

Apps available on the watch are more limited than Wear OS or watchOS 4 – two rival smart watch operating systems – but it still offers the core basics and Samsung had provided a watch that’s good at fitness as well as sporting a great design and lots more functionality too.

Gear S3
OS
Tizen OS 
CompatibilityAndroid, iOS
Display1.2″ or 1.3″ 360 x 360 Super AMOLED
ProcessorDual-core 1.15GHz
Onboard storage4GB
Battery duration 4 days on 46mm / less on 42mm
Charging methodWireless
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth
TicWatch Pro

17998/- INR

There is something different with this watch-there are two displays on this watch – one layered on top of the other. On the top is a transparent LCD display that can display the time, your heart rate and more even when the battery is low.

Also, there is a bright and bold full color OLED screen that will give you all of the benefits of Wear OS. You will find battery that would last around two days, and then have the time and some other features still available when your battery is running low.

TicWatch Pro

Mobvoi claims the TicWatch Pro can last for 30 days in the low power mode. In terms of smart watch features there’s GPS, NFC for Google Pay, Bluetooth for listening to music and the top Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset in here running the watch as well.

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OS
Wear OS
CompatibilityAndroid 4.3+, iOS 8+
Display1.4″ 400 x 400 OLED paired with LCD screen
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100
Onboard storage4GB
Battery durationUp to 48h, 5 extra days in Essential mode
Charging methodMagnetic connecting pin
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC

Fit bit Versa

17683/- INR

Fit bit has released Versa that is a touch smaller than the previous editions but it comes with Fit bit Pay for contactless payments, 2.5GB of storage for music and battery life that’ll last almost for 3 consecutive days.

Fit bit Versa

The watch doesn’t have GPS for tracking your runs and the design doesn’t feel as premium as some of the other watches on this list, but you will definitely like the Fit bit Versa and it’s one of the more affordable choices on this list.

OS
Fitbit OS
CompatibilityAndroid, iOS
DisplayTBC, 1000 nits
ProcessorDual-core 1.0GHz
Onboard storage2.5GB
Battery duration3-4 days
Charging methodProprietary charger
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth

Ticwatch S

The Ticwatch S is remarkably similar to the previous edition, Ticwatch E. Though the differences are limited, but this watch is a tiny bit heavier and a little larger because it comes with a thicker bezel around the sides to show you the exact time.

There’s also a different strap on this version that comes with the GPS sensor inside. It does mean you can’t swap out the band on the Ticwatch S, like you can on the Ticwatch E, and that’s a big drawback for sure.

Ticwatch S

It’s more expensive than the Ticwatch E, but if the budget is not an issue and you prefer design, then you will definitely want to go for this.

CompatibilityAndroid 4.3+, iOS 8+
Display1.4″ 400 x 400 OLED
ProcessorMediaTek MT2601
Onboard storage4GB
Battery durationUp to 24h
Charging methodMagnetic connecting pin
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1
Misfit Vapor

SAMSUNG

Misfit’s first ever launched fully-fledged smart watch comes in fifth position in our ranking, and a part of that is down to its low price – we’ve seen the price drop down even further after its launch.

The Misfit Vapor has a super clear and bright 1.3-inch AMOLED display, a premium design – if it is a little thick – as well as Wear OS software as well.

Misfit Vapor

It’s not the perfect watch as the Misfit Activity app is quite limited and there’s no Android Pay, but mostly, if you’re looking for an attractive watch with basic fitness and notification features, this is the best one to buy.

OS
Wear OS
CompatibilityAndroid, iOS
Display1.3″ 360 x 360 AMOLED
ProcessorDual-core 1.0GHz
Onboard storage4GB
Battery duration2 days
Charging methodWireless
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth

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