You have an Android Smartphone and don’t know what Smartwatches that are compatible? No problem, that we’re here. On this page we show you all smart watches, which combine with your Android phone. Android Smartwatches so to speak.
Android wear and Android: A difference.
Out of the experience, we know that is often meant only Android Wear Smartwatches are compatible with mobile phones, which have about the Google operating system. It is true that they are running only along with Android smartphones, but only we have to delete this. Because there is also Smartwatches other manufacturers with a different operating system, running on Android phones. For example, Sony or Samsung produce watches of like.
So you get an overview, we have the watches listed, which in any case with Android are compatiblein the list below. However, your Smartphone of at least Bluetooth 4.0 must support – that can read her mostly in the specification sheet or the settings. Flagships, such as the latest Samsung Galaxy S, HTC’s one, LG include G or the Moto X in any case with. Because Android is the most widely used operating system in the smartphone segment, there are most of the watches, ideally. You click through.
Smartwatches for Android smartphones.
Android compatible Smartwatches by LG
Moto 360 (Android, from €220, mid 2014)
The Moto 360 is somewhat older, but undoubtedly is one of the best Smartwatches on the market. Round design, precious materials with metal or reader bracelets and wear of Android as the operating system makes the watch to something special.
Android compatible Smartwatches by Microsoft
Microsoft band (iOS/Android/Windows phone, from €170, end of 2014)
Unfortunately, the Microsoft tape not yet in Germany is available. But the fitness Tracker with Smartwatch bonds is guaranteed a real masterpiece, which is not only cheap, but also useful.
Android compatible Smartwatches by Samsung
Gear 2 (Android, from €330, mid 2014)
The Smartwatch gear 2 comes with Tizen, is still compatible with Android smartphones. Pedometer and control functions give the watch its added value. A camera is used with.
Gear Live (Android, from €330, mid 2014)
Which is equipped with Android wear, an option for beginner gear live anyway. However, the device as one of the first Smartwatches on the market is somewhat older, which may lead to some hangers.
Android compatible Smartwatches by Pebble
Pebble time Steel (iOS/Android, from €250, early 2015)
A color E-Ink display and battery life of 10 days make the Pebble Time Steel the best watch from the Pebble portfolio. The interface is set up like a timeline – fitness functions but also complement the stylish metal watch.
Pebble time (iOS/Android, from €199, early 2015)
In addition to the Pebble Time Steel at the same time the time of Pebble has been unveiled. Also here a timeline interface is used – due to a plastic housing the clock is slightly cheaper to have.
Pebble Steel (iOS/Android, from €249, beginning 2014)
Also the predecessors, such as the Pebble Steel metal, are still up-to-date and up to date. Long battery life – but a black and white display stand out the clock.
Pebble (iOS/Android, from €129, beginning 2014)
It is the first-ever Pebble on the market, providing 7 day battery life thanks to E-Ink display. With Android and iOS compatible, the Pebble is generally very versatile in use and even relatively cheap in many colors available.
Android compatible Smartwatches by ASUS
ASUS VivoWatch (iOS/Android, from €149, early 2015)
The VivoWatch offers many fitness functions and its own operating system, that can score with long battery life. The interface is very simple and clear.
ASUS ZenWatch (Android, from €199, end of 2014)
In addition to the Vivowatch, ASUS has also the ZenWatch in the program. A very classic-looking watch with Android wear as the operating system. At a price of 200 euros, the Smartwatch can be regarded as beginner watch.
Android compatible Smartwatches of other manufacturers
Withings activite pop (iOS/Android, from €149, early 2015)
A real gem amongst the Android compatible Smartwatches that moves on the narrow path between Smartwatch and Fitnesstracker. Actually looks the part, just like a normal watch–in many fitness sensors are on board.
Huawei Watch (Android, unknown, early 2015)
The Huawei watch was introduced at the MWC by 2015, and represents the first Gehversuch of the manufacturer on the market. Is installed as an operating system Android wear – there is no great extra features though. Main focus is on the design of the watch.
Acer liquid leap + (iOS/Android/Windows phone, from €79, early 2015)
The bracelet from Acer can do more than one would expect at the first glance. The Acer liquid leap + is the further development of the liquid leap and it is even able, messages to show phone calls and music currently played. Despite the favourable price: Fitness functions are included.
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