Best Smartwatch For Men in India: Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Apple Watch SE, Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, and More

Here is the list of best smartwatches for men in India.

Smartwatches have come a long way in the last few years. What used to be just a health-centric watch, is now a fully-fledged smartwatch with features like calling, smart voice assistant, and much more. The smart wearable devices, which will sit on our wrist will come with a display and offer plenty of features, which in most cases eliminate the need for smartphones. 

Picking the best smartwatch for your wrist can be a huge task given that in India, we have so many watches from multiple brands. In this guide, we will take a look at some of the best smartwatches for men available in India. In case you are looking for some budget options, check out our best smartwatches under Rs 5,000 guide

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Things to Consider Before Buying Smartwatches for Men

For iPhone users, picking a smartwatch isn’t an issue as the Apple watch will be a natural choice. However, for those who don’t want to spend a fortune on Apple’s wearable, there are plenty of other choices too. 

We have listed out the seven best smartwatches for men and we’ve picked most of these based on our personal usage and time with the smart wearables. For fitness enthusiasts, having a built-in GPS is a must and for those who want to get all notifications from the phone, having a smartwatch with a great battery is mandatory.

For those who want the looks and design, there are some good looking smartwatches available too. And, lastly, if you want to change the look and feel of the watch, it is recommended to have a smartwatch with interchangeable straps. 

List of Best Smartwatches for Men

  1. Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Series 
  2. Apple Watch SE
  3. Amazfit GTR 3 Pro 
  4. Fossil Gen 6
  5. Apple Watch Series 7
  6. Garmin Venu 2 Plus
  7. OnePlus Watch 

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Series Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic

Samsung made a great comeback with the Galaxy Watch 4 series with Wear OS software. The Watch 4 series offers good fitness features, a two-day battery and a comfortable design. This watch is recommended for Android users as some of the features are limited on iOS. The Watch4 is powered by Samsung’s own Exynos W920 chipset and 1.5GB of RAM. There’s 16GB of storage on both models for apps and music. However, the Google Assistant feature will be coming to the watches later this year. 

On the Galaxy Watch 4, you get a virtual rotating bezel, while on the Watch 4 Classic, you get a physical rotating bezel. The Watch 4 sports a 1.2-inch Super AMOLED screen, while the Class offers a larger 1.4-inch 450 x 450 pixels Super AMOLED. The Galaxy Watch 4 is available in four variants: 40mm Bluetooth, 40mm LTE, 44mm BT, and 44mm LTE and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is available in 42mm Bluetooth, 42mm LTE, 46mm BT, and 46mm LTE options. S

Samsung has come a long way with smartwatches. The company kick-started its journey with WearOS back in 2014 with Gear Live and now, seven years later, the company has rejoined WearOS to further strengthen its features. With Samsung Galaxy Watch4, you are getting the best of both worlds 一 Google integrations and also Samsung features, which made previous Galaxy wearables great.

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Price in India

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 starts at Rs 23,999 and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic starts at Rs 31,999. 

Availability

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic are available on Amazon, Flipkart, Samsung s-store, and offline stores. 

Pros and Cons 

Pros Cons
Excellent display and performance No Google Assistant yet
Great software experience Slow to charge

 

Apple Watch SEApple Watch SE

For iPhone users, the Apple Watch SE is one of the most affordable options with most of the features of the flagship Appel Watch. You get curved edges, a rounded aluminium chassis and the Digital Crown on the side. The watch has an OLED display, but it misses out on the always-on display. You get full integration to Apple’s apps and services.

The fitness features of the Apple Watch SE is likely the key reason you’ll be buying this device. The features include built-in GPS, 5 ATM water resistance, sleep tracking, and multiple sports tracking. There’s Siri voice assistant, which you can activate by raising your watch. However, the Watch’s battery life is too short.

Price in India

The Apple Watch SE starts at Rs 29,900 for the 40mm GPS model and goes all the way up to 36,990 for the GPS+Cellular 44mm variant.

Availability

The Apple Watch SE is available on Amazon, Flipkart, Apple.com, and offline stores.

Pros and Cons 

Pros Cons
Good design No Always-on Display
Good set of features Short battery life

 

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Amazfit GTR 3 Pro

The first Pro model in the GT series, the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro sports a 1.45-inch AMOLED display with 1000 nits peak brightness. It has a 70.6% screen to body ratio, over 150 watch faces, and support for Always-on Display. The smartwatch offers up to 12 days of battery life on a single charge and in addition, the Pro version comes with a speaker for Bluetooth calls, internal storage to store music, and Alexa integration, and it can last up to 12 days. This watch is best for those who want a bright and beautiful display along with great fitness features and also seamless Bluetooth connectivity option.

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Price in India

The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro is priced at Rs 18,999.

Availability

The GTR 3 Pro is available on Amazon.

Pros and Cons 

Pros Cons
High refresh rate AMOLED display No third-party app support
Bluetooth calling support Can’t reply to messages

Fossil Gen 6

Fossil is one of the OG names in smart wearables and WearOS smartwatches are one of the most feature-rich wearables. The Fossil Gen 6 has a stainless steel case and is available in 44mm and 42mm case sizes. It has a 1.28-inch display and is swimproof as well. It also has customizable buttons and dials, while the straps and bracelets can be changed as well. It will support apps like Spotify through the WearOS platform, along with Podcasts and more. It comes in Chain, Leather, and silicone. The Chain variant will look classic, in case you want to wear something good with formal wear as well.

Powered by Snapdragon Wear 4100+ chipset, which also happens to be the latest chipset from Qualcomm for wearables. The company is yet to introduce a new chipset for wearable device. That said, this is a powerful chip and the watch runs smoothly as it also comes with 1GB of RAM. As for the sensors, you get an accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, altimeter, PPG heart rate sensor, SpO2 sensor, off-body IR and ambient light sensor are also built into the device. It has 8GB of storage. The watch charges up to 80% in just 30 minutes. The Gen 6 also allows users to receive calls from the smartwatch and talk to the Google Assistant using the microphones.

Price in India

The Fossil Gen 6 Silicon strap variant is priced at Rs 23,995 and the metal finish is priced at Rs 24,995.

Availability

The watch is available on Amazon, Fossil e-store, and offline stores

Pros and Cons 

Pros Cons
Powerful performance No WearOS 3 yet
Sleek design and good display Battery life

 

Apple Watch Series 7

New rugged Apple Watch is coming in 2022

The latest Series 7 smartwatch comes with one of the biggest incremental upgrades ever. You get a slightly larger display at the same case size along with support for a full-size keyboard with swipe typing. There is the usual suspect of features including the SpO2 blood oxygen sensor, an ECG mode and more.

It sports an Always-On retina display which is 70% brighter indoors as well. On the side, you get a digital crown and also a button. Further, the watch is also more durable than before with a crack-resistant screen, IP6X dust resistant rating, and WR50 water resistance rating. Other features include sleep monitoring, breathing exercise, multiple workout modes, notifications alerts, call alerts, Siri, Maps, Music, etc.

Price in India

Apple Watch Series 7 starts at Rs 41,900 for the 41mm variant and goes up to Rs 73,900 for the 45mm GPS+Cellular model. It is available in five colour options – Green, Blue, (Product) Red, Starlight, and Midnight.

Availability

The Apple Watch Series 7 is available on Amazon, Flipkart, Apple.com, and offline stores.

Pros and Cons 

Pros Cons
Larger and bright screen
Inaccurate Sleep tracking at times
Great Build Battery life

 

Garmin Venu 2 PlusGarmin Venu 2 Plus

The one for fitness freaks, the Garmin Venu 2 Plus comes with a 1.3-inch AMOLED display, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection and a stainless steel bezel. This watch also comes with voice control features, which is capable of making and receiving phone calls with a press of a button. Additionally, you can use the hands-free voice assistant to send texts, ask questions, and control compatible smart home devices. The wearable also supports Siri, Google Assistant, and Bixby applications.

Further, this smartwatch is packed with advanced technology and precise health and fitness solutions, which includes features like a heart rate monitor, advanced sleep tracker with sleep score and insights by Firstbeat Analytics, pulse oximeter, all-day stress, women’s health, etc. You also get customized fitness options like walking, running, HIIT, advanced strength training with muscle map graphics, etc. In terms of fitness, the Venu 2 Plus offers over 25 built-in indoor and GPS sports modes. Also, the Venu 2 Plus comes with over 75 preset animated workouts for cardio, yoga, strength, HIIT and Pilates.

As for the smart features, you get built-in music support with the option to download up to 650 songs from apps like Spotify, Amazon Music, and Deezer. Lastly, the Venu 2 Plus is rated to last up to 9 days in smartwatch mode, up to 24 hours in GPS mode and up to 8 hours in GPS with music mode.

Price in India

The Garmin Venu 2 Plus is priced at Rs 46,990.

Availability

The Venu 2 Plus is available on Amazon and Flipkart in Graphite Black, Cream Gold and Powder Grey colour options.

Pros and Cons 

Pros Cons
Calling Feature No wireless charging
Good AMOLED screen

 

OnePlus Watch OnePlus Watch

OnePlus’s first smartwatch launched last year, received a lot of negative reviews at the launch. However, over the past few months, the watch has received a bunch of updates, which has made it a worth watch to consider under Rs 15,000. The OnePlus Watch comes with an excellent build and design, which is complemented by an excellent 1.4-inch AMOLED screen. There are also a couple of limited edition OnePlus Watches 一  Cobalt Limited Edition and Happy Potter Edition. 

The OnePlus Watch comes with an integrated microphone and loudspeaker which allows you to receive and conduct calls right from the wrist. You get the usual slew of fitness features, including workout-tracking, pedometer, heart rate, SpO2, sleep tracking, stress levels, etc. The proprietary OS is smooth and comes with easy to navigate menu options and UI. Battery life is another USP here as the watch can last a week easily with a full charge, which only takes about 30 minutes.  

Price in India

The regular OnePlus Watch costs Rs 14,999. The Harry Potter Limited Edition costs Rs 16,999 and lastly, the Cobalt Limited Edition costs Rs 19,999. 

Availability

The OnePlus Watch is available on Amazon, OnePlus.in, and OnePlus stores across India in Midnight Black and Moonlight Silver colourways. 

Pros and Cons 

Pros Cons
Excellent display No voice assistant support
Dependable calling feature No 3rd part app support
Battery life and fast charging

 

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Srivatsa is a freelance writer at MySmartPrice. He likes to write and talk about Smartphones, Android, Cricket, and more. He has previously worked at TechRadar and AndroidPolice.