Top 10 Best Smartwatches Review 2020

Picking up the best smartwatch with high quality, beautiful design and cool features is not easy when thousands of options are already available in the market.

It is a mind-boggling task to decide which smartwatch brand you can go with, whether an apple watch, samsung galaxy, garmin, fossil, fitbit or many others.

To help you out, we have reviewed top 10 best smartwatches in the world after hours of research.

Please scroll down to read our solid to the point review of best smartwatches for every occasion.

Withings Steel Hr Sport 40mm

Better appearance better workouts, Withings Steel HR Sport is a hybrid smartwatch specifically designed for training enthusiasts together with heart rate monitoring, multi-sport tracking, connected GPS, along with a fitness level evaluation through VO2 Max estimation

In the Withings Steel Hr Sport all the advance features are located in a simple and beautiful timepiece.

With a water resistance of up to 50m, It has a very long battery life of around 25 days, along with a durable stainless steel case.

The Steel Hr Sport Watch with Multi-sport tracking offers training interval, calories burned, and constant heart rate using a thorough breakdown of time spent at heart rate zones (light, moderate, hard, maximum) right in the Health Mate app.

Easily trigger training mode right in your wrist by selecting from more than 30 sports.

Withings Steel HR Sport Smartwatch also has automatic exercise recognition in any way times so that you receive credit for all your moves.

Withings Steel HR hybrid smartwatch works as an automatic pedometer and recognizes if you walk, run, sleep or swim.

Withings Steel HR Sport may evaluate your fitness level when running depending on the estimate of your maximum oxygen consumption (VO2 max). The higher your level, the more healthy you’ll be.

The digital display embedded at the watch face makes it possible to stay connected to what matters without picking up your phone.

Choose to enable or disable alerts for calls, text messages, email, calendar, and smart notifications from all of your favorite apps.

For Withings Steel Hr Sport Bands, multiple swappable wristbands are available to choose and wear. Match your event with Withings wristband.


  • Heart rate tracking
  • Workout mode w/connected GPS
  • Fitness level Assessment
  • Water resistant up to 50m
  • Charging time is approximately 2 hours to 100% and about 1 hour to 80%
  • The battery life is Up to 5 days in workout mode and 20+ additional days in power reserve mode (time and activity tracking only)
  • Durable stainless steel case
  • Sleep tracking
  • Smart notifications


  • The charging cable is not magnetic, only allows you to place the watch in one way


Withings Steel Hr Sport Smartwatch

Withings knows what it can do, and the Steel HR Sport will almost certainly prove to be a popular fitness tracker for that reason.

There aren’t a lot of people who make small hybrid watches with so much technology.

Considering the size of the Steel HR Sport and everything you get here, it’s a miracle!

The design is also a big selling point for this watch.

If you’re looking for mid-range under budget fitness features on a nice watch, your next wearable device should be the Steel HR Sport.

Ticwatch Pro 3 GPS Smartwatch

Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 3 Gps is the first ever smartwatch with the Snapdragon Wear 4100 chipset in combination with 1 GB of RAM, the smartwatch can easily switch between screens (analog to digital and vice versa) and apps.With excellent battery life, The TicWatch Pro 3 comes with its own program of fitness apps, like, TicExercise, TicSleep and TicHearing etc.The TicWatch PRO 3 GPS is thinner, lighter and more stylish than its predecessor

The TicWatch Pro 3 GPS Smartwatch is the first smart watch in the world to be equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100.

Smooth operation is achieved with 1GB of high RAM, 8GB of storage, and the latest Wear OS by Google.

Adopting a large capacity battery of 577 mAh and a second generation dual layer display, you can use “smart mode” that uses Wear OS and “essential mode” that is power saver.

Innovative technology provides long battery life i.e, 3 days battery life in smart mode and almost around 45 days in essential mode.

Equipped with GPS and a built-in heart rate sensor, and equipped with more than 10 types of exercise modes, including sleep measurement, stress monitoring, and noise test functions.

Stainless steel watch bezel (45 mm) and 1.4 inch AMOLED Retina display (326 dpi) realize a more beautiful and easy-to-see screen than ever before.

Brightness is automatically adjusted, pursuing ease of viewing according to the scene.

It is also a point that the display can be kept clean at any time by the anti-fingerprint glass.

Ticwatch pro 3 smartwatch has high quality built-in speaker and microphone.

Compared to the old product TicWatch Pro, the weight has been reduced by 28% and the thickness has been reduced by 8%, while using a fashionable silicone replaceable strap.


Ticwatch Pro 3 GPS Smartwatch


Sunnto 7 Watch Review

The Suunto 7 is a smartwatch, it has absolutely nothing to do with any other model from the previous or current Suunto range. It is their first and only watch of its kind, totally different from what Suunto has launched so far.

That leads us to think about who is it intended for. The typical user will be completely different from the one you might be thinking of a Suunto 5 or a Suunto 9, even though the watch has maps that can be used for navigation on the trail. If you are looking for a watch for ultra distance racing, climbing, mountain or similar (which is where the Suunto type of user usually finds), the Suunto 7 is not for you.

This watch is focused on someone who has an active life but without excesses. Gym, running, a short ride… but not for someone who’s considering 120km races or anyone on the Ironman circuit. And to avoid any misunderstanding, it is from that angle that I am going to analyze it, assessing who it is intended for and putting me in its shoes, rather than asking for things from the watch of a segment that it is not intended for.

When we talk about features in Suunto 7 we have to completely forget everything we know about Suunto and start with a blank sheet. This is not a Suunto like those we have been accustomed to, this is a totally different animal and we must look at it with different prism.

So we have to forget what we traditionally look for in a Suunto watch and turn the sheet to focus on specific features of smartwatches where what matters are other things: operating system, memory, capacity, display etc.

This is the feature sheet that any smartwatch buyer would look for:

OS: Google Wear OS, version 2.13 (at launch, it can be updated through WiFi)
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100
Memory: 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal memory
Screen: 1.39″ AMOLED touchscreen, 454×454 pixels resolution and up to 1,000 nits brightness in high brightness mode, 300 nits in normal mode
Control: In addition to the touch screen, there are four control buttons that allow you to program different functions that interest us most (music, payments, etc.)
Stainless steel bezel, reinforced polyamide body.
Diameter: 50mm
Weight: 70 grams
Barometric altimeter
Magnetic compass
Compatible with GPS, GLONASS and Galileo
Battery life: up to 12 hours with GPS use, up to 48 hours as smartwatch
Water resistant to 50 meters
Android and iOS compatible
Wireless payments: NFC for Google Pay
Applications: Google Play Store enabled
Music playback: Yes, compatible with any external Bluetooth device (headphones, speakers, etc.)
Vibration: Yes
Tones: Yes
Speaker: No
But we must not forget that what we have in hand is a Suunto watch, which carries a series of functions that we must expect in the watch. This is what I call the ‘Suunto experience’, something to which I will refer again in the review on several occasions.

If you are interested to read, There is a history of smartwatch on Wikipedia.