3.Motorola Moto 360 - Black Leather Smart Watch
Motorola Moto 360 is the first smart watch you will like to flaunt rather than hide under your sleeve. It is an eye catching, futuristic and sleek device that you can craftily turn to check the time every two minutes. The Pros: The good part is that its premium materials and unique round design looks very sharp. It doubles as a bedside round clock with its adept included inductive battery charging cradle. Customer’s have found it extremely comfortable and lightweight. The Cons: The bad part is that the 0.43 inches height of this chunky device proclaims its presence even if you do not want it to. Its Android software is gawky and not totally useful. Additionally, the round display of the device is a little awkward and it also has an odd black bar at the bottom. Customer’s did not find its battery life very good.Overall Motorola Moto 360 tries to be the best smartwatch, but it ends up being a nice looking Android watch with a few limitations.
4. The LG Electronics G Watch R-Smart Watch
This smartwatch features the world’s first full circle P-OLED display. It offers both fitness features such as a built in heart monitor as well as the expected smartphone features. It’s compatible with most devices having an Android 4.3 or later operating system. Fans of this smartwatch enjoy its impressive design and wide range of features including voice commands. Many users like the “always on” bright display, and comment that the battery holds a charge well in spite of the constant brightness. However, some have commented that the vibration strength is too low, occasionally leading to missed notifications.
With these great watches to choose from, you won’t have any trouble finding a smartwatch to fit all of your needs. Just remember to consider exactly what you need a smartwatch to do for you, make a careful selection, and then enjoy the fun and convenience of your new smartwatch.