Thursday, April 9, 2015

War Of Watch: Android Wear Vs. Apple Watch

Apple has introduced its latest smartwatch, and within two weeks it's going to hit the market. On the other side, its competitor Google has its own operating system and major tech giants like Samsung, Motorola use it to run their smartwatches on it.

The reviews of Apple Watch has been very impressive, as it has a touch of both, an elegant piece of jewelry, as well as a bit of modern technology, but its not just the only smartwatch available in the market.

There are many other smartwatches equipped with Android operating system developed by Samsung, Motorola, Sony and so on. What's so special about these smartwatches? first of all they're bit cheaper than Apple Watch, and they come in with lots of variety.

The Apple watch is not just another piece of gadget, but it's a latest creation, as good as the classic timepiece has come again before us. Elegant designs with your choice of aluminum, steel or gold and it also comes in 2 different sizes: 38 mm for smaller wrists, and 42 mm for larger wrists.

If you are looking for an Android wear, than you can get some options, Apple Watch comes in a rectangular form, while you can get a round, or even a rectangle Android watch. There are some truly attractive watches by Motorola Moto 360 and Huawei. There are other Android watches too, but they just look like a nerd toy, rather than fashionable accessories.

Both these watches have one thing in common, and that is the major draw-back that both watches can face. There's no major reason to actually buy any of the these smartwatches, as there's nothing that makes these devices a must have device.

It's also said, that if you're an Apple fan, then you'll be more happier in buying an Apple Watch compared to Android fans buying an Android Wear, as Apple Watch is more compelling and work better than Android Wear.

About Anna Harris:
working as web content writer and a strategist for a major IT firm specialized in various mobile application development services for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and other operating systems.

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