Android’s Best Smartwatches Reviewed: Our Favourite is #4

The smartwatch category is still pullulating, there is already a wide variety of options on the market that can deliver smartphone notifications, fitness features, apps and more to your wrist. All of these devices promise to let you leave your phone in your pocket more often.

LG Watch Urbane

The Urbane is the first watch to run Android 5.1.1, which definitely adds a new spin to the software experience, though it doesn’t start from scratch.

Round is still right for a smartwatch.



-Best Looking Smart-watch
-Best Display on a watch


-Swiping scheme still a little convoluted
-Watch button is superfluous

ASUS ZenWatch

The ZenWatch scores some serious points for customizability. The ZenWatch sports a square face with rounded corners, and a body that should inspire the most stern smartwatch non-believer.



-Unique Design
-Directly accessible Heart Rate Monitor


-Preloaded App
-Mediocre battery life

Moto 360

The Moto 360 is the most expensive Android Wear smartwatch, and for good reason. It’s also the most compelling in terms of design. It looks less like a display strapped to your wrist, and more like a high-tech accessory that you’re going to want to check out.



-Moto Body activity tracker app
-Internal Qi wireless charging


-built-in heart rate sensor is a little unreliable
-Flat tire Design

Sony SmartWatch 3

Sony’s watch faces aren’t all that inspiring, and we really have no desire to use Sony’s closed activity tracker. But if you’re a runner considering a smartwatch, the SmartWatch 3 should be your first pick.



-Built-in GPS
-Slim, Waterproof design


-Cumbersome charging port
-Short Battery life

Huawei Watch

This device may be Huawei’s first take on the smartwatch form factor, but it looks like a worthy challenger to flagship wearables pitched by competing brands.



-286 DPI (dots per inch) image fineness
– 40 different watch faces


-No Camera
-No memory expansion

Samsung Gear


The Gear Live — Samsung’s first Android Wear smartwatch is official, announced at Google I/O. Samsung’s smartwatch impresses in many respects, but it’s by no means perfect.


-Scant 1.63 inches display
-Find My Phone feature


-Smartphone supports upto only 30feet
-No Wi-Fi

This finishes our list of Android smartwatches. Comment Below to share your experience with the Android Wear!

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Bhavika Banwari

A tech connoisseur from India, Bhavika studies Software Engineering. An ardent Android fan, diehard gamer, Bhavika on Androidios will be bringing you the latest Android news and reviews from the front line.

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