Wearable are the future of mobile technology. Last year, Google unwrapped its own wearable version of Android, Android Wear. Samsung brought Tizen to its wearables while the rest of the crowd soon joined the Android Wear bandwagon. With Apple now readying its own smartwatch, we take a look at the greatest hits from the smartwatch sector from last year.
Motorola’s Moto 360 was the most anticipated smartwatch of 2014 and it was a total different animal from the rest of the crowd with their square and rectangular boring shapes.
Read more in our full review of the Moto 360 here.
LG G Watch R
LG was the first partner of Android Wear and the first fruit of the partnership, The G Watch, wasn’t that great. However, LG decided to go the Moto 360 way by going for a round face. However, their version, the G Watch R was a lot more chunkier and looked like something that you would be proud to wear on your hand.
Read more in our full review of the LG G Watch R here.
The Asus Zenwatch is areal looker. With a stainless steel frame, a curved display and a leather strap, the Zenwatch is probably the most elegant smartwatch around.
Read more in our review of the Asus Zenwatch here.
Samsung Gear S
Samsung’s Gear S is probably the biggest smartwatch in the market today and with that big size comes a rather big price tag. However, it does come with its own sim slot and calling facilities something not found anywhere else.
Read more in our review of the Samsung Gear S here.
Sony Smartwatch 3
Sony’s Smartwatch 3 is the latest in its line of smartwatches and the first to ever use Android Wear. It features a normal micro USB charging port, a first for any Android Wear device.
Read more in our review of the Sony Smartwatch 3 here.
Honorable Mention – Pebble Steel
The Pebble Steel was the the upgrade from the original pebble. Compatible with both iOS an Android. It features an e-paper display which is great for battery life.
Read more in our review of the Pebble Steel here.
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