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Best of 2015 : Top 5 Smartwatches in the market

Best of 2015 : Top 5 Smartwatches in the market
2015 was amazing for smart devices and it made a clear intention for everyone that this is going to be an epic year. This was the year where all the OEM's took the Wearable tech seriously and came up with much better smartwatches also Android Wear has also had a greater impovement and new addition of apps. This is Whatsupgeek's pick of the best smartwatches in the market released in 2015. From the Gear S2 to the Apple Watch, we rate the best wearable tech you can buy right now. Also checkout
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5.Samsung gear S2
The Samsung Gear S2 was unveiled at IFA Berlin 2015 this year. It's round, slimmer and smaller than those rectangular bulky design Samsung used in the previous generations. Samsung has implemented rotating bezel on the Gear S2 which is ridiculously a great addition, which lets you quickly and easily scroll through lists, apps, watch faces, and whatever else you might be looking at on the screen. In many ways the Gear S2 is the most appealing smartwatch we've yet seen but it has limited tizen-apps.

4.LG Watch Urbane
The Urbane is easily the best smartwatch from LG stands right up alongside the rest of the Android Wear greats. It's round face, the stitched-leather band, the glossy metal, and premium design make it a great device. But when it comes to size it is huge and not everyone will be pleased with that. The great thing about this is the battery life, even with ambient mode switched on it could survive for more than 1 day atleast.

3.Pebble Time
The Pebble Time is the sequel to what was, it’s fair to say, the world’s first successful smartwatch, The Pebble. Its color e-paper technology results in an always-on display that looks great under bright sunlight, plus battery life that lasts up to seven days, added storage holds dozens of apps and watch faces, works with iPhones and Android phones and most apps are free, but with poor fitness-tracking apps.

2.Apple Watch
The Apple Watch is a beautifully constructed, compact smartwatch. It's feature-packed, with solid fitness software, hundreds of apps, and the ability to send and receive calls via an iPhone(Only with iPhone 5 or later). It has a Strong app support, Lots of personalization options, Easy-to-use fitness tracking but Expensive and not compelling enough to buy one.

1.Moto 360(2015)
The 2015 Moto 360 improves over its predecessor in many meaningful ways: The hardware and battery are better; the design is more thoughtful; and there are a host of customization options to meet your personal style. If you're a fan of Android Wear, this is probably the best option out there -- but it comes at a higher cost than last year.