Newest Smartwatch Models And Brands (May 2019)
Smartwatches are not only a matter of design. Compatibility with your smartphone, weight and thickness, and what kind of sensors it includes also matter. Follow the Alphachooser guide.
Currently, the best smartwatch 2019 is the Garmin S20, followed by the Garmin Tactix Bravo. Here is the full top 10 list, followed by special categories and, finally, an extensive list of smartwatch brands and models.
Considering this smartwatch's aggregate ranking of 88%, we believe that the Garmin S20 is, as of now, Alphachooser's best smartwatch 2019. Furthermore, we think that our sample of 996 reviews from our sources gives us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that pushes us to call it a "no-brainer best choice."
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Best Smart Watches For Specific Categories
List of all the smartwatch brands and their newest models 2019:
Suunto (5 models)
Our illustration: The Suunto Traverse Alpha. The Military-inspired smartwatch from Suunto's Traverse collection, sporting a cross-hatched design...
- All Suunto smart watches.
Huawei (5 models)
Our illustration: The Huawei Watch 2. The Huawei Watch 2 Smart Watch targets the mid- to high-range with its specs: an IP68-certified protection,...
- All Huawei smart watches.
LG (5 models)
Our illustration: The LG W280A. Joining the smartwatch competition with its 480 x 480 display resolution, the LG Watch Sport definitely sports...
- All LG smart watches.
Pebble (4 models)
Our illustration: The Pebble 2 Plus Heart Rate. Pebble surprises us by inexplicably taking a backward step with its latest smartwatch model,...
- All Pebble smart watches.
ASUS (3 models)
Our illustration: The Asus Zenwatch 3. Asus' 3rd generation model from their Zenwatch lineup, breaking their previous rectangular design for...
- All ASUS smart watches.
Apple (3 models)
Our illustration: The Apple Watch Series 3. The Apple Watch Series 3 smartwatch with a memory of 16GB adds a voice-controlled via Siri call and...
- All Apple smart watches.
Polar (2 models)
Our illustration: The Polar M400. Strongly geared towards fitness despite a smartwatch appearance, the Polar M400 yields eight hours of GPS tracking...
- All Polar smart watches.
Sony (2 models)
Our illustration: The Sony SmartWatch 3. Sony's first Android Wear-running flagship smartwatch that gears up with a 1.6-inch transflective display,...
- All Sony smart watches.
Mio (2 models)
Our illustration: The Mio Alpha 2. Mio's second generation Alpha smartwatch, which updates workout progress through its Bluetooth connectivity...
- All Mio smart watches.
Motorola (2 models)
Our illustration: The Motorola 360 Sport. Motorola's sporty smartwatch that monitors air pressure, elevation, as well as heart rate to enhance...
- All Motorola smart watches.
TomTom (2 models)
Our illustration: The TomTom Spark Cardio Music. A fitness-centric GPS-equipped smartwatch with a built-in HRM, showcasing music with its 3GB...
- All TomTom smart watches.
Vector (2 models)
Our illustration: The Vector Luna. Vector's classy-looking smartwatch with a 5-ATM waterproof case, which showcases longevity with its above-average...
- All Vector smart watches.
RAZER (2 models)
Our illustration: The RAZER Nabu Watch. RAZER's second smartwatch model keeping an interesting two-battery setup, relying on a coin cell (CR2032)...
- All RAZER smart watches.
One CNPGD smartwatch: CNPGD All-In-1
CNPGD's affordable GSM-capable smartwatch that surprisingly claims a 3-day usage time, holds a micro-SD expansion slot (up to 32GB), but sadly apparently...
Lenovo (Just 1 model): Lenovo Vibe Band
The Vibe Band's phone proximity reminder, waterproof body, and E Ink display register Lenovo as a smartwatch manufacturer.
One Timex smartwatch: Timex IRONMAN RUN X50 Plus
Timex enters the smartwatch market with a strangely under-equipped model, which apparently lacks any kind of fitness-tracking sensor, opts for an acrylic...
One Alcatel smartwatch: Alcatel OneTouch Watch
The first smart wearable from Alcatel features a built-in USB 2.0 charging pin, a splash-proof case, and a remote control feature.
1 Padgene smartwatch: Padgene DZ09
Padgene's simple smartwatch boasting full-telephony capabilities, interestingly donning a 2-megapixel camera, a micro-SIM as well as a micro-SD slot (up...
1 Luxsure smartwatch: Luxsure DM08
a camera-toting smartwatch that cleverly designs a 3-megapixel sensor to appear like a winding crown, handles scratch protection with a Gorilla Glass-protected...
EFOSHM (Just 1 model): EFOSHM V8
A chunky 2.1-inch thick smartwatch, using a barometer and altimeter to enhance its fitness tracking features, notifying users through an audio prompt or...
1 Indigi smartwatch: Indigi S6
A deceptively-simple watch, with a 2-megapixel camera covertly embedded in the wristband, an up-to-64GB MicroSD expansion slot, and full-telephony capabilities,...
One Scinex smartwatch: Scinex SW20
Scinex's luxurious-looking smartwatch also doubles as smartphone, holds a single side-mounted camera, gains an added 32GB storage space through a microSD...
One Nixon smartwatch: Nixon Mission
A rugged smartwatch from Nixon revealing a rugged 10-ATM waterproof construction, bearing a 316L surgical-grade stainless steel bezel and Corning Gorilla...
One Mobvoi smartwatch: Mobvoi Ticwatch 2
Mobvoi introduces a classy smartwatch, whose specs include an IP65-rated water resitance, a side-mounted capacitive "Tickle" strip control system, a two-day...