Best smartwatches to look forward to in 2016

In 2015, Apple finally comes into the smartwatch market. 2015 was the year of intelligent wrist adornment and chances, 2016 will continue the trend, so here are all the best smartwatches to look forward to before the end of 2015 and in 2016.Some Company has already announced smartwatch and it will be available in market in 2016.

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Huawei Watch
we know the Huawei Watch has already been announced and is currently available to buy.In 2016,Huawei Watch will arrive with more feminine-looking bands and a slightly modified, rounder watch case.

Motorola Moto 360 Sport

in September,Motorola announced a Sport version of its new Moto 360 smartwatch at IFA 2015 .It has a silicone construction and a special UV coating.The Motorola Moto 360 Sport features built-in GPS and it will track your speed, distance, and pace.The Motorola Moto 360 Sport will be available on 18 December in the UK and France, and in the US on 7 January. It will also be available in Brazil, Canada, China, Mexico, and Spain in 2016 year.

Movado Bold Motion

HP has announced a partnership with watchmaker Movado to create their first smartwatch called Bold Motion.Inside the smartwatch, HP has packed in its own hardware and software and the Bold Motion will work with iOS and Android smartphones for notifications.Smartwatch include function such as time and date, there are vibrating notifications for calls, emails, texts and social media updates.

Best smartwatches to look forward to in 2016


Blocks, a modular smartwatch, is nearing the final stages of its Kickstarter campaign so we can expect the device to appear in the first half of 2016. The company is working with Compal to produce the modular watch, which will feature a sleek round finish and single button.Bluetooth LE, Wi-Fi, haptic feedback and voice controls will also be onboard. Unlike other watches, the modules will allow for upgrades to the basic design.

Apple Watch 2

The Apple Watch 2, as we are calling it for now, has been rumoured to be coming in June 2016, or the second quarter of 2016. It will apparently come with the same design as the original with the same rectangular screen size options, screen resolutions, and body, which might mean current straps might remain compatible.

LG Watch Urbane 2

LG’s second generation of its Watch Urbane offers a full range of wireless connections, including 4G and 3G meaning it will be able to make and receive calls, operating independently of your connected smartphone.There’s 4GB of internal storage, should you wish to keep your music offline, and GPS for tracking your runs and so on.he LG Watch Urbane second edition will be compatible with Android and iOS devices and it will be available in Space Black, Opal Blue, Luxe White and Signature Brown, which refers to the strap colour options.

Sony Wena

The Sony Wena approaches things a little differently to the current smartwatch offering, integrating the smart features into the metal bracelet rather than the watch face.It monitors activity through a range of sensors, delivers notifications through a customisable seven-colour LED light and vibrations, and it can perform e-payments thanks to an NFC chip. The Sony Wena smartwatch will go on sale in Japan in March 2016, but there is currently no confirmation for the rest of the world.

LG Watch Urbane LTE

LG unveiled the Watch Urbane LTE at MWC to show what the future holds for wearables. It is 4G LTE connected, runs on a propietary LG Wearable Platform and it is able to function without a smartphone connected to it.The watch combines sports functions, smartphone functions and everything else you expect from a smartwatch all-in-one.

Breitling B55 Connected

The Breitling B55 Connected is a smartwatch of sorts that is targeted at pilots, some of the company’s main clientele, and it connects to an Android or iOS app on your device via Bluetooth.The app will enable you to change time zones and therefore alter the digital display and analogue hands on the watch, as well as set alarms and sync to your phone. It won’t track your steps or display your messages, but flights can be timed using the buttons and the app will back up the data collected by the watch to allow for sharing and logging.

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