Top 5 Smartwatches, Fitness Trackers, and Running Watches in 2020

    Top 5 Smartwatches, Fitness Trackers, and Running Watches in 2020

    Over days, runs, holidays and the rest of our daily lives, we have worn hundreds of smartwatches and fitness trackers, transmit phone notices, give you access to applications, and do whatever can be done to keep your phone in your pockets.

    Top 5 Smartwatches, Fitness Trackers, and Running Watches in 2020

    Apart from its design, message handling, software, battery life, activities monitoring and value, the Apple Watch Series 5 provides the best combination of the iPhones. But we have options too if you’re using an Android phone or if you enjoy styling, updates and applications for fitness or distance-sports.

    For iPhone Users: Apple Watch Series 5

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    The larger, always-on-screen Series 5 would make this model worth the price of Series 3 when you upgrade from the older one. The 5th series is quicker too. It is available in two sizes with different straps and faces, simple to customise.

    For whom this is for: iPhone owners who want to put their phone in their pockets and monitor the fitness of their messages and alerts and monitor smart devices.

    Why we like it: Apple Watches are the best smartwatches in the whole because they make contact with messages and alerts on your iPhone simpler than any other wearable gadget. Series 5 is much quicker than Series 3 in 2017 and almost the same as Series 4.

    Available sizes: 40 mm and 44 mm

    Colors: silver, dark gray, gold, black

    For Android: Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

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    The watch you look out for. Galaxy Watch 3 is a rare and classic smart watch that blends efficiency with the most advanced health technology. Galaxy watch 3 lets you control your life and health without effort — putting your well-being in your hands. Our most advanced Galaxy watch.

    Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch 3 is one of the first smartwatches to measure your blood oxygen levels on demand, but its ECG and blood-pressure features are still MIA.

    • Premium design with a physical rotating bezel
    • Advanced sleep tracking
    • Running tools that go beyond the basics
    • Measures blood oxygen levels and VO2 max

    Fitbit Charge 3

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    It automatically and reliably tracks a large range of activities. Thanks to its intuitive touchscreen monitor, well-designed menus and the best-in-class Fitbit app it is simple to use and adapt.

    Who would like it: People who care about more than the applications and alerts to monitor their fitness, sleep, heart rate or movement all day long but who don’t have all the features of a high-end GPS watch.

    Why we like it: the Fitbit Charge 3 is the easiest to use and one of the most precise measurement measures, but precision is not all, of all the trackers we have tested. It detects, recognises correctly, and begins to record your exercises after approximately 10 minutes of travel, running, walking, cycling.

    Battery life: up to seven days

    Sleep tracking: yes, including naps

    Waterproof: yes, 50 meters

    Heart-rate monitor: yes

    GPS: yes, when connected to a phone

    Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2

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    This watch lasts multiple days on a charge, offers quick performance, and is both stylish and comfortable.

    Who this is for: Owners of Android phones who want to respond to alerts, use home-control apps and take less of their telephone. It’s nice to count steps, promote exercise, and tracking occasional long walks, runs, or bike tours, but you want to see a GPS watch if you’re serious about monitoring the runs or cycling sessions. Likewise, you can do better with a fitness tracker if you have priority for monitoring and enhanced movement and sleep.

    Why we like this: Galaxy Watch Active2 by Samsung is the best intelligent clock for all Android phones, available in sizes of 44 mm and 40 mm while Google does not operate the app.

    It runs Samsung’s Tizen, which allows for better performance and battery life (two to three days) than what you get from watches running Google’s Wear OS. Samsung’s watch interface is easy to navigate thanks to the touch bezel scrolling, and the round OLED display is gorgeous.

    The Galaxy Watch Active 2 also has impressive fitness tracking with automatic workout detection—something Wear OS still lacks. You won’t find as many apps on Tizen as on Wear OS, though.

    Available sizes: 40 mm and 44 mm

    Colors: Aqua Black, Pink Gold, Cloud Silver

    Fossil Gen 5

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    • Crisp, bright display
    • Plenty of great watch faces preinstalled
    • Useful custom battery modes
    • GPS, NFC, and heart rate sensor
    • Accurate fitness tracking
    • The built-in speaker is very useful

    Fossil is one of the last remaining watchmakers to stay committed to Google’s Wear OS platform. The company launches multiple smartwatches each year, and they’re some of the best looking Wear OS watches in the business. Despite this, I didn’t expect to like the latest Fossil watch as much as I did — many Wear OS watches are slow and struggle to last a full day on a charge.

    The new Fossil Gen 5 Smartwatch is different. Its upgraded specs, custom battery modes, and new hardware make for one of the best Wear OS experiences you can find right now. Read our full Fossil Gen 5 Smartwatch review to find out why you should buy one, and why you might want to pass.

    Top 5 Smartwatches, Fitness Trackers, and Running Watches in 2020

    Rajat Singh
    Rajat Singh is the Editor-in-chief at Bioinformatics India, he is a Master's in Bioinformatics and validates all the data present on this website. Independent of his academic qualifications he is a marketing geek and loves to explore trends in SEO, Keyword research, Web design & UI/UX improvement.

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