Lots of functions can be performed by today’s smartwatches, such as browsing using voice commands, tracking your position with GPS or even measuring your heart rate to secure your overall well being. This would definitely work better when combined with one of the market’s strongest smartphones, although some of the versions do operate without a phone. We present to you the best smartwatches you can buy in Dubai.
We checked the overwhelming majority of top-end wearables that you can buy right now including Apple, Samsung, TicWatch, Fitbit, and Fossil. Here’s a brief review of each of these smartwatches to help you choose one.
The Series 5 is the best device you can get if you own an iPhone.It fits well with Apple’s smartphones, so if you intend to stay with the iPhone line for at least a few years, it’s well worth considering.
There aren’t many big improvements to the Apple Watch 4, but for the first time the main difference is that it arrives with an always-on display. That means you won’t have to lift the watch to see your crucial information, and it can show much of the detail you need on a dimmed panel, instead.
The style is identical to the Apple Watch 4-a look we liked-but you’ll get a larger view than the device’s previous versions, so it comes in either 40 mm or 44 mm sizes.
All the health apps you’d want to come up with on this device, including a range of top-end functionality such as ECG control, GPS tracking, excellent heart rate control, etc. If you want the finest Apple Watch, this is it.
Our favorite smartwatch you can purchase right now is from Samsung, so it’s named the Galaxy Watch, rather than going for the planned Gear S4 tag. Following on from the 2017 Gear S3 series and Gear Sport, the new Samsung Watch has significantly improved.
We have reviewed the watch’s wider 46 mm edition and it comes with a remarkable four-day battery life even though you are heavily using it. That’s amazing because a lot of other watches last a day or so from one single charge.
The rotating bezel stays a staple of watch control around the Tizen OS, and the design is one of the simplest to pick up on a smartwatch we’ve seen on.
Apps on the watch are more restrictive than Wear OS or watchOS — two competing smartwatch operating systems — but it still provides the key essentials, and Samsung has produced a fitness-friendly watch as well as decent hardware and much more features.
One of the cheapest gadgets in this series, the TicWatch E2 is from a comparatively small company called Mobvoi but with its new couple of smartwatches it has made a huge splash.
The E2 is rugged, comes with excellent battery life and for a reasonable price it’s all that. You are definitely not going to fall in love with this watch’s style-it’s not particularly luxurious-but we like the look given how much it costs.
The watch comes with built-in GPS, a specific heart rate monitor and sleep monitoring for fitness. All the wellness apps you’d want are here, just be sure to remember it won’t be able to allow contactless payments because there is no NFC onboard.
The Fitbit Versa 2 is Fitbit’s new part-smartwatch part-fitness tracker, one of the most well-known wearable firms ever.
The Versa 2 offers a range of improvements to the initial Fitbit Versa including an always-on camera, connectivity with Alexa, and a significantly narrower frame.
However, if the first Versa wasn’t quite correct for you, Versa 2 might not be the greatest either, because it is only essentially the same wearable, and some of the niceties of various smartwatches, such as GPS features or offline Spotify, are lacking.
But the Fitbit Versa 2 is a decent choice for general fitness enthusiasts, and it’s more accessible than any of the other choices on this article too.
Wear OS just isn’t good enough to compare against Apple and Samsung’s latest smartwatches. But if you decide on a Wear OS app, the Gen 5 smartwatch from Fossil is the one to use, thanks to its sleek, elegant feel.
Thanks to 1 GB of RAM, the Gen 5 also removes the most obvious output drop we saw in past Wear OS devices, and adjustable battery modes still make this smartwatch worth a glance.
The wellness and cardiac safety apps you can see on the Apple Watch and the Galaxy Watch Active are not going to be here. And the Spotify version from Gen 5 won’t be able to store songs offline — indeed a downside. But this smartwatch is also the strongest wear os has to show for.