5 Best Android Smartwatch 2017

Wearable Technologies has greatly improved over the last few years and smartwatch is becoming the lead for smartphone accessories. Some of the smartwatches can naturally tell time, but offcus they do more than just that, the can go as far as running some cool Android Apps, Monitor heart rate during excesses and provide notifications just from your wrist.

Some of the Best Android Smartwatch of 2016 can even do more like, they can also enable you to search the internet with your voice, tracking your exercise through GPS, and letting you check-out at the grocery store without reaching for your wallet. This is very interesting.

Currently, it is more difficult to pick the Best Smartwatch with Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Moto, Asus and others designing a strong shield of Powerful Android Wearable Devices. Smartwatches do alot more than just showing time, but which should you buy for these Christmas?

In order to answer that question, I have rounded up the Best Android Smartwatch (including the just released Gear S3, Asus Zenwatch 3 and the Huawei Honor) to help you decide.

Before I begin listing, here some things I considered!

Compatible Devices

Naturally, this is the first thing you consider before buying any Smartwatch, Most of the smartwatches that are available runs on Android Wear (Google's operating system for wearables), these are very much Android-centric devices. And just as you can guess, the Apple Watch connects strictly to iOS-powered devices, meaning they can connect only to iPhones.

While some other watches, like the Pebble family, work with both Android and iOS. Unfortunately there no device that supports Blackberry OS10 or Windows OS, so make sure you pick a watch that's compatible with the mobile device you own.


If you want a smartwatch on your wrist with the best look, you'll want a smartwatch that can do double-duty as a fitness tracker or any other wearable gadget. Most smartwatches are capable of tracking basic activity, like steps, but you need to pay close attention to any additional features.

Like the Moto 360 Sport, Samsung Gear S3, Asus Zenwatch 3 for instance, feature built-in GPS, 4G LTE, so they can track your runs without the help of a companion device and offer a fast speed of internet connection. They also have built-in heart rate sensors, so its important to pay attention to the activities you want to monitor before you choose.


Some Android smartwatches can be very expensive, but doesn't mean you need to break the bank or spend a lot of money to get a good one. Yes, the latest Samsung Gear S3 draws an attention of $349.99 and the Huawei Watch Rose Gold for $478.44, placing it among the most expensive Android smartwatches that we recommend.

If your are new to Smartwatches or you want to test it for the first time, you may be thinking they cost a lot cheaper like under $100, luckily there are some they cost less than $100 like the original Pebble 2.

With all these noted, here are the Best Android Smartwatch 2016.

Samsung Gear S3
The Gear S3 offers you an opportunity to stay in touch without reaching to your smartphone, with the Gear S3, you can text, call, receive notifications (from a Bluetooth connected device), track your step and monitor your heart with a built-in monitor just from your wrist. Make payments with Samsung Pay from almost anywhere and keeps track of your activity with built-in GPS.

Samsung Gear S3 - Pros
  • Dust and Water resistant
  • Has built-in Heart Rate Monitor
  • Tracks activity and shear location with built-in GPS
  • Compatible with latest Android smartphones
  • Fast charging
  • 4G LTE support
Samsung Gear S3 - Cons
  • A bit expensive

Huawei Watch Rose Gold Plated Stainless Steel Smartwatch
The Huawei Watch is a classic designs of luxury watches with a cutting-edge technology, it redefines what we’ve come to expect from a smartwatch. the watch combines craftsmanship with Android Wear to deliver a new high-end standard for the category. Created using sophisticated materials like a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, cold-forged stainless steel cases, and fine leather and stainless steel bands and featuring iOS and iPhone compatibility.

Huawei Watch - Pros
  • High quality construction
  • Gorgeous AMOLED display
  • Built-in heart rate monitor
  • scratch and splash resistant
  • Over 4000 Apps available for download
  • Gyro is very sensitive
  • Smoot performance
Huawei Watch - Cons
  • Fairly expensive
  • Battery life could be better
  • No micro adjustment in the stainless steel band

ASUS ZenWatch 3
ASUS ZenWatch 3 is a luxurious,detail-focused design smartwatch constructed from high-quality materials. It provides timely information at a glance and offers a wealth of useful features that make your life easier. The ASUS wearable device powered by Android Wear, powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor,

The all-new ASUS Zenwatch has a ZenFit app that automatically counts your steps, and also tracks a range of essential workout activities including walking, running, push-ups, and sit-ups with an IP67 water-resistance rating meaning that the watch can be submerged in up to one meter of water for 30 minutes, so you can wear it all day, even when showering.

ASUS ZenWatch 3 - Pros
  • Responsive touchscreen
  • Up to 1.5 day battery capacity with fast charging
  • Asus ZenFit app can sync with Google Fit app
  • Beautiful round face design - good craftsmanship
  • Newest Qualcomm 2100 quadcore specifically designed for wearables for fast response
  • Customizable info on the watchfaces
ASUS ZenWatch 3 - Cons
  • A bit bigger on small wrist
  • No heart rate monitor sensor

Motorola Moto 360 (2nd Gen.)
Motorola has improved the Moto 360 2nd Gen over its predecessor in many meaningful ways with a better hardware and battery. The watch features a more beautiful design and there are a host of customization options to meet your personal style. If you're a fan of Android Wear, this is probably the best option out there. It is has an available sizes of 46 mm case - Requires a 22 mm band for Men and 42mm case for Women,

Moto 360 2nd Gen - Pros
  • Good battery life
  • Heart rate sensor
  • Water resistant
  • Compatible with Android and iPhone devices
  •  Wireless charging
Moto 360 2nd Gen - Cons
  • Fairly expensive
  • Less useful to iPhones

Huawei Watch Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Mesh Band
The Huawei Watch Smartwatch in stainless steel with a stainless steel mesh band is a cool wrist-worn device that keeps you connected to your Android or iOS smartphone or tablet providing you with a more convenient up-to-the minute notifications, messaging functionality, and tracking your physical activity and heart rate. It features a 1.4" circular always-on with an AMOLED display.

The watch is covered by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and is powered a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor and 512 MB of RAM, it has a 4GB of storage that lets you store music, apps, and more, it runs the Android Wear operating system, which connects to Android and iOS mobile devices via Bluetooth v4.1 or to Wi-Fi networks.

Huawei Watch Stainless Steel  - Pros
  • Compatible with Android and iOS
  • 1.5 Day battery life
  • Sapphire coating for scratch-resistant
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Smooth performance
  • Better than most smartwatches at its price range
Huawei Watch Stainless Steel - Cons
  • Can't adjust brightness automatically
  • Android wear has some draw backs

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