With it’s bold, bright and beautiful display and fast performance, Samsung has created a very good first generation Android Wear smartwatch, but is its battery life leaves enough? Check out our review!
Link Bubble has been upgraded to version 1.3, which brings a plethora of improvements, changes and bug fixes. But there is one addition that is a bit odd – Android Wear support.
We take a an in-depth look at the first of many Android Wear smartwatches to come. Here’s our review of the LG G Watch!
There are certainly a ton of fitness bands out on the market already but that hasn’t stopped a company like Sony from getting in on the action. The Sony Smartband is the company’s first product to be powered by their new Core fitness tracker and in terms of design the band is comprised of two parts. There’s the actual band itself that’s made of a textured silicone and Sony includes two sizes in the box to accommodate various wrist sizes. The band is adjustable via a metal fastener that feels somewhat clumsy but it does a great job at keeping…
Samsung’s Gear 2 Neo smartwatch is a less-expensive variant of the Gear 2, making up for its plastic construction and lack of camera with better wearability.
Samsung’s foray into the world of fitness bands brings some smartwatch capabilities as well. How does it fare? Here’s our review of the Samsung Gear Fit!
The Pebble Steel attempts to introduce a more conventional look to a very functional smartwatch. Does it succeed? We find out in this Pebble Steel review!