Smartwatch

5 Best Cheap Smartwatches 2020: Fantastic Features At Budget Prices

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These are the best budget-wise smartwatches under $150. Not as feature-rich, they still provide plenty for most people’s needs.

Fitbit Versa Lite

Like a Fitbit Versa, but with fewer features

3.9/5

Pros

Cons

The Fitbit Versa Lite is a more economical version of the Fitbit Versa. It lacks some features of the Versa. Like a music player, contactless payments and unrestricted notifications. However, it’s still an advanced smartwatch with a budget price.

Specifications

  • Fitbit OS

    Operating System

  • Android 5+, iOS 10+

    Compatibility

  • 1.34" 300 x 300

    Display

  • N/A

    Processor

  • N/A

    Onboard Storage

  • About 4 days

    Battery Duration

  • Magnetic connecting pin

    Charging

  • IP67

    IP Ranking

  • N/A

    Connectivity

TicWatch E2

A cheap Wear OS watch that's great

4.2/5

Pros

Cons

The TicWatch E2 is water-resistance and competitive battery life for a great price. It has a built-in GPS and the battery life lasts a couple of days.

Specifications

  • Wear OS

    Operating System

  • Android 4.3+, iOS 8+

    Compatibility

  • 1.39" 400 x 400 OLED

    Display

  • Snapdragon Wear 2100

    Processor

  • 4GB

    Onboard Storage

  • About 48hrs

    Battery Duration

  • Magnetic connecting pin

    Charging

  • IP67

    IP Ranking

  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1

    Connectivity

Amazfit Bip

Apple-style but functionally deficient

3.5/5

Pros

Cons

The Amazfit Bip is a basic smartwatch and one of the cheapest. It looks similar to the Apple Watch, but lacks all the features and is about 6 times less expensive.

Specifications

  • Amazfit OS

    Operating System

  • Android/iOS

    Compatibility

  • 1.28" 400 x 400 LCD

    Display

  • MediaTek

    Processor

Garmin Forerunner 30

Run tracking with great functionality

4.2/5

Pros

Cons

The Garmin Forerunner 30 is made for runners, so if you’re into running it may be the best choice. One of the most feature-rich cost-effective wearables, it includes a GPS, VO2 Max monitor, and a heart rate monitor. Plus a number of other functions.

Specifications

  • Garmin OS

    Operating System

  • Android/iOS

    Compatibility

  • 0.93" 128 x 128

    Display

  • N/A

    Processor

  • N/A

    Onboard Storage

  • Up to 5 days

    Battery Duration

  • Battery

    Charging

  • N/A

    IP Ranking

  • Bluetooth

    Connectivity

Polar M200

Another running look for your consideration

4.3/5

Pros

Cons

The Polar M200 may be the best the priced running watch you can get. And, it includes most of the fitness features of costlier wearables. Including a GPS and excellent battery life.

Specifications

  • Polar OS

    Operating System

  • Android/iOS

    Compatibility

  • 26mm size

    Display

  • N/A

    Processor

  • N/A

    Onboard Storage

  • Up to 6 days

    Battery Duration

  • Battery

    Charging

  • N/A

    IP Ranking

  • Bluetooth

    Connectivity

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