BEST SMARTWATCHES UNDER 5000

Technology is growing day by day and people are involving more and more in this. Some people say that technology has very much effected our health. So companies have founded the way through it by launching fitness bands and smart watches in the market.

These are also you can say are activity trackers; as a smartwatch is a watch with android or IOS supportive watch in which you can use the features of them. But these are the upgraded version of fitness bands which look more attractive in the price range.

So here are some of the most coolest and price worthy smartwatches under 5k :

  #1: AMZFIT BIP U:    3,499

So this is the newly launched smart watch by AMZFIT which is the best in the budget and fulfill are the criteria of a smart watch.





The Amazfit Bip U is a smartwatch, but easily one of the thinnest and smallest smart watch. There is a 1.43-inch colour display and a crown, that works more like a button.  The soft plastic strap that offers the watch a snug fit and does not irritate even after long hours of use. The Amazfit Bip U tracks steps, shows notifications for messages and calls, lets you control your music and works as a pretty neat watch. But that is what you would expect from a smart band too. So the Amazfit Bip U does go beyond what most smart bands can do.

The curved glass display add a diamond to the design even in the sunlight the screen appears brighter and easy to use.



Using the accompanying Zepp app, You could see how your night went and when you slipped into a deep sleep. The app offers another great feature, of overlying heart rate on top of the sleep data. The Amazfit Bip U is able to do this because it offers continuous heart rate monitoring using the optical sensor at the back. Also, there is one feature this is not elsewhere — the app has a separate head just for naps.

So if you are looking for a smartwatch in best budget then you can go for this.


#2: AMZFIT VERGE {LITE} :  4,500

          


                                             

An AMOLED Screen that Sparkles

The display has always been a crucial part of any smartwatch. That's why the AMAZFIT Verge Lite features a 1.3-inch AMOLED display with a panoramic view of all important information, and the lively colors deliver a crystal-clear viewing experience.


                

      A 20-day Battery Life for Freedom to Move

On business trips or on vacations, no matter where you are, you won't be bothered by a rapidly dwindling battery. To free you to enjoy your travels, we've introduced low-power consumption sensors and an optimized algorithm, which enable a 20-day1 battery life. Now you can travel without a charger and never worry about the battery. With the built-in ultra-low power Sony 28nm GPS chip, the watch will achieve a 40-hour1 lifetime with the continuous GPS mode on.

Multiple Sports Modes that Motivate You:

AMAZFIT Verge Lite offers multiple sports modes that can fully tap your potential and the real-time data during your exercise will help you develop good habits. The GPS+GLONASS dual-mode positioning makes the search for satellite signals fast and accurate to track your routes and distances while running, walking or cycling.

 












#3: Realme Watch    3,595




                                                                           

  • Display: 1.4-inch Touch
  • Water Resistance: IP68
  • Built-in sensors: PPG Heart Rate, SpO2, 3-axis Accelerometer, and Rotor Vibration Motor.
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Rating: 3.6 out of 5 stars
  • The smartwatch pairs with your Android 5.0+ smartphones using the Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity and the Realme Link app. Unfortunately, the Realme Watch is not compatible with iOS devices.
  • The 1.4-inch display with a resolution of 320 x 320 pixels is protected by a 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 3. At the maximum brightness of 380 nits, the outdoor legibility is average even when the screen is not covered with smudges. With its IP68 rating, the wearable device will withstand sweat or a dish-washing session, but you should steer clear of swimming a few lengths wearing the device.

    Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Excellent Fitness Tracker

Cons

  • Lack of Compatibility with iOS Devices
  • Poor Outdoor Legibility


#4:  Noise NoiseFit Evolve    4,499

                            


  • Display: 1.2-inch AMOLED Touch
  • Water Resistance: IP68
  • Built-in sensors: Heart Rate Sensor, 3-axis accelerometer, Pedometer
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Rating: 3.6 out of 5 stars

The lightweight Noise NoiseFit Evolve from Noise, an India-based consumer electronics corporation, offers some exciting features such as music controls and an AMOLED screen. The smartwatch uses Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity to pair with Android 4.4+ and iOS 9.0+ smartphones that have the NoiseFit Peak app installed. The 1.2-inch AMOLED display with a 390 x 390 pixels resolution and a 459ppi pixel density is ample bright with decent viewing angles to provide excellent outdoor legibility. The accelerometer on the watch enables it to automatically turn the display on when the user lifts their hand to make up for the absence of an always-on display. The IP68 rated smartwatch is not afraid of a little rain or sweat, but it’s best to not wear it into the sauna or swimming pools. However, the device lacks a gyroscope sensor and an in-built GPS. The device’s sports mode tracks 9 activities including indoor/outdoor running, walking, cycling, yoga, among others.

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Excellent Outdoor Legibility
  • Excellent Battery Life

Cons

  • Traditional Design
  • Lack of Gyroscope and In-built GPS


#5:  Noise ColorFit Pro 2    2,799

                                                                         

  • Display: 1.3-inch LCD
  • Water Resistance: IP68
  • Built-in sensors: Pedometer, Accelerometer, and Gyroscope.
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Rating: 3.9 out of 5 stars

The Noise ColorFit Pro 2 has a large square-shaped dial sporting a minimalistic design and curved bezels. On the right edge of the device sits a home button that starts/stops activities or takes you to the home screen. The 1.3-inch LCD is enclosed in thick bezels and has no protection against scratches. It has a resolution of 240 x 240 pixels and decent brightness. There are five watch faces – none are extremely charming, however. The responsiveness of the touch was also unsatisfactory, with the touch not responding about 2 out of 10 times. The durable device comes with an IP68 rating so feel free to hop into the shower without taking it off. With a mighty 210 mAh Lithium-Polymer battery, it gives a 10-day battery backup on a single charge which takes 3 hours.

Pros

  • Minimalist Design
  • Excellent Fitness Tracker
  • IP68 Rating
  • Long Battery Life

Cons

  • Low Touch Responsiveness 
  • Thick Bezels

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