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With a high-quality exterior, a stylish and easy-to-read AlwaysOn display and WearOS as a clear and easy-to-use operating system, the fifth generation of the Fossil Carlyle HR can convince in the test. In everyday life it can be used well as a smartwatch and fitness tracker and does not look too different from a classic wristwatch. Unfortunately, the pleasure is too short and, depending on usage, it has to be back on the power after a few hours. However, the loading is very quick. Fossil Gen 5 Carlyle HR Quick Review: Round, bright display Like most of its competition, the Fo
The Garmin Venu's battery runs and runs and runs tirelessly in the test and is the highlight of the smartwatch. Otherwise, there are standard good ingredients such as always-on display, water resistance and a lot of activity and sports functions, which all in all make the user-friendly Venu a good, not very cheap wearable. Garmin Venu: Long battery life is the main selling point With its battery, the Garmin Venu leaves more than just a scent mark: we measured a full 87 hours of runtime in the test. And that with a full charge that only takes around 1 hour. No other smartwatch from our
Samsung is releasing the new smartwatch primus with the Galaxy Watch. In the test, the wearable passed the strong competition in the form of Apple Watch Series 4 and Co. The Samsung Galaxy Watch impresses with its excellent operation and very good battery life, but the features are weak. Samsung Galaxy Watch Review In the test, the Samsung Galaxy Watch presented itself in a largely familiar design. Contrary to the competition from Apple and Fitbit, Samsung sticks to the opinion that a smartwatch has to look like an analog watch. With the Galaxy Watch, Samsung is again relying on