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(If you’ve got an i Phone, check out our guide to the best smartwatch for i Phone owners.) Here at The Wirecutter, I have worn, tested, and customized almost all of the major smartwatches released since the Pebble first raised million on Kickstarter.I’m also well-versed in software and Android devices, having written a how-to book on Android and written for productivity and software site Lifehacker for more than three years.It is smaller and lighter than the typical gigantic Android smartwatch, and its three style options give it wider appeal than most of the competition.It can last a full day on a charge, and a 15-minute charge can handle most of a day if you forget to charge overnight.Its rotating bezel makes getting to notifications and useful information less of a hassle than Android Wear’s mostly touch-based interface.The battery lasts two to three days, depending on use.It runs Android Wear 2.0, albeit with a bit more lag than its more expensive competition, and costs 0 less than the other Android Wear smartwatches we like.
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