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Few Best Smart Watches Short Comparison
Fossil Sport
Fossil's last big smart watch attempt

Compatibility: Android, iOS | Display: 1.2 inch 390 x 390 AMOLED | Processor: Quad-core 1.2 GHz | Band sizes: 22 mm straps | Onboard storage: 4 GB | Battery life: Two days | Charging method: Owner | IP rating: IP68 | Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS

Lightweight design

Powerful watch

Lack of high-end features

GPS may be slow

Our favorite Wear OS watch is the Fossil Sport, which is cheaper than most of the smart watches you've read above.

It has the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 chipset which provides enough power to run any of the apps you find in Wear OS, and from our experience we have found the entire interface to be particularly smooth.

It will last about two days from a single charge, and the design here feels upscale on the wrist when you consider how much it costs compared to other Wear OS watches.

There is not much uniqueness at Fossil Sport, but it is just about everything you would expect from a smart watch and it will also work with your iPhone.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2

OS: Tizen OS | Compatibility: Android, iOS | Display: 1.4 "360 x 360 Super AMOLED | Processor: Dual-core 1.15 GHz | Band sizes: 20mm | On-board storage: 4 GB | Battery life: Approx 2 days | Charging method: Wireless | IP rating: 50m | Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

Best performance

Two-day battery life

Quite expensive

Limited choice of applications

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 is a beautiful Tizen smart watch with long battery life and solid performance.

Its circular display could attract you compared to the square look of the Apple Watch, and the Active 2 has a smart digital bezel to navigate the menus. Its formatting features are as good as Apple's, but you'll have to use the Samsung Health app for iOS instead of Apple Health.

It is waterproof and can track tons of different workouts, including outdoor racing using GPS. There is even a 4G option. Keep in mind that even if it works with an iPhone, it will not be as smooth an experience as an Apple Watch.

TicWatch E2
A fully charged Wear OS watch you've never heard of

OS: Wear OS | Compatibility: Android 4.3+, iOS 8+ | Display: 1.39 "400 x 400 OLED | Processor: Snapdragon Wear 2100 | On-board storage: 4 GB | Battery life: About 48 hours | Charging method: Magnetic connection pin | IP rating: IP67 | Connectivity: Wi- Fi, Bluetooth 4.1

Affordable price

Two-day battery life with ease

No NFC for payments

Bland design

The TicWatch E2 is one of the most affordable devices on this list, and it should be noted that it is not the most premium device. That said, it's still a fantastic Wear OS watch.

It offers solid autonomy as well as a built-in GPS, an accurate heart rate sensor and sleep tracking.

The latest Wear OS software also works on the watch, but you won't be able to get contactless payments because there is no NFC on this watch.

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