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Samsung Gear Sport

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  • Samsung Gear Sport review: Health-tracking in a compact and capable package


    • Nice design
    • Good sports tracking features
    • Intuitive user interface and charger design
    • Rotating bezel is a major plus
    • Waterproof to 50m


    • Lack of third-party apps still an issue
    • Not great for iPhone users
    • Sleep tracking is hit and miss
    • Apps can take too long to load

    Conclusion If you're looking for a smartwatch to go with your Android device that also happens to be a great fitness and activity tracker, the Samsung Gear Sport is a very compelling device to consider.It might not have all the apps you can get on Android Wear, but it does let you interact with your notifications, has a reliable GPS and heart-rate monitors, and can go two days between charges.What's more, it's not a super-sport-looking number that looks out of place with your daily attire. Alternatives to considerPocket-lintApple Watch Series 3For iPhone users it makes little sense to go with anything other than an Apple Watch for a fitness-focussed smartwatch, unless what you really want is a high-end sports watch, the Apple Watch gives the best all-round experience thanks to the tight integration between devices. With Series 3 you get LTE too, so you can use your watch phone-free.Read the full article: Apple Watch 3 reviewPocket-lintGarmin Vivoactive 3Garmin has long been a maker of fine sports wearables, and the Vivoactive 3 is another, except much more affordable and with a more every-day activity tracking approach. It's small, lightweight and has a battery that lasts a full week. It's platform-agnostic too, so you can use it with Android or iPhone, although Android users are the only ones that can benefit from its more enhanced notification interaction. Read the full article: Garmin Vivoactive 3 reviewPocket-lintFitbit IonicFitbit's smartwatch-meets-fitness-watch finds itself sandwiched in-between the Garmin Vivoactive and Apple Watch proposition. It's got a beautiful screen similar to the Samsung, although square, while including the built-in GPS and swim functionality that the company's earlier Blaze was lacking.Read the full article: Fitbit Ionic review