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Find the top early Samsung Galaxy Watch, Apple Watch, Fitbit & Garmin deals for Amazon Prime Day, featuring offers on Apple Watch 6 & 5, Fitbit Versa & Garmin vivoactive

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Prime Day provides shoppers looking for Apple Watch & Samsung Galaxy Watch & smartwatches & fitness trackers from popular brands such as Fitbit & Garmin with a wide range of deals to choose from. The Apple Watch Series 6 and the Apple Watch SE are two of the newest smartwatch releases from Apple. The Apple Watch Series 6, equipped with new sensors, is able to take your ECG and read your blood oxygen levels on demand. This puts it in direct competition with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 which also boasts these health and wellness features. As for the Apple Watch SE, it combines the

Oppo Watch review: A great WearOS smartwatch, with a few missing pieces

Like

  • Track various sleep cycles
  • Five-minute workout suggestions
  • Cellular connectivity
  • eSIM support

Don’t Like

  • Disappointing battery life
  • Design copies Apple Watch
  • Pricey
  • Five exercise modes only

The Oppo Watch is, as the name suggests, Oppo’s flagship smartwatch and the first with Google’s Wear OS operating system. Though it still has some room for improvement in terms of battery life and fitness tracking, in my week of wearing it I’ve been impressed at how well it handles the basics. It has a bright, responsive AMOLED screen, Google Assistant support and even native sleep monitoring. 

Different prices and options to choose from

The Oppo Watch comes in two sizes: 42mm and 46mm, and three variations. The smaller WiFi only model starts at £229 in the UK (roughly US $295 or AU$400) then rises to  £329, roughly US $420 for the larger versions, which also has a WiFi-only model as well as an LTE one. The LTE version, which comes with an embedded SIM (or “eSIM”), is the one I tested out for this review. And while the Oppo Watch is technically compatible with both Android and iOS, the cellular feature only works with an Android phone and is only supported if you’re on Vodafone, Celron, and Orange networks.

An Apple Watch clone

When the Oppo Watch was first unveiled, it drew immediate comparisons to Apple’s popular timepiece. Even to someone who reviews tech for a living like myself, it’s hard to tell these two apart at first glance. Like the Apple Watch, it has a rectangle display with curved edges and removable silicone straps, and even similar packaging. But the glass on the side has a more pronounced curve, and there are two buttons on the right side in place of the digital crown. In the end, the Oppo Watch is stunning

New Fossil Gen 5E Smartwatch Gets Smaller and Cheaper

Fossil has launched the Gen 5E smartwatch, and in doing so has recognized not everyone wants a big watch with a 44mm case on their wrist. The Gen 5E introduces four 42mm case sizes with designs aimed at women, along with three more 44mm styles to the range too. Previously, the Julianna style Gen 5 watch, which had the more feminine design, only came with a 44mm case.

Fossil Gen 5E in 42mm size

Let’s start with the new 42mm styles. The 42mm Gen 5E may have a smaller case, but the round AMOLED screen still measures 1.19-inches, the case is still 12mm thick, and the battery has a 300mAh capacity. The case has either a decorated or smooth bezel and is attached to an 18mm strap, and comes in a two-tone stainless steel and gold finish, or rose gold finishes. There are two stainless steel link bracelets, a stainless steel mesh band, and a silicone strap to choose from.

If you want the 44mm Gen 5E it comes in black with a black silicone strap, black with a stainless steel link bracelet, or in gunmetal grey with a brown leather strap. The 44mm Gen 5E case design is different from the existing Gen 5 models, with no buttons on the case apart from the single crown set between button guards, and a textured bezel. The straps measure 22mm, and the screen is the same as the one used on the 42mm model.

Fossil Gen 5E in 42mm size

The Gen 5E comes with Fossil’s recently launched Wellness software update, which adds a new fitness app that works in a way to conserve battery life, plus there’s sleep tracking and an enhanced battery saving mode too. We recently took a closer look at the software on the Fossil Gen 5

Apple Watch Series 6 review: Outstanding smartwatch, but health software offers little guidance Review

Apple debuted the new Apple Watch Series 6 earlier this month and I’ve been testing out the new (PRODUCT)RED 44mm GPS model. At first glance it doesn’t seem much different than the Apple Watch Series 5, but there’s more than meets the eye.

Regular readers know I’m a sucker for buying colorful watches and phones so when I saw the new navy blue and red aluminum watch offerings I knew one of them had to be mine. While blue is one of my favorite colors, I couldn’t find one readily available and since I already purchased a (PRODUCT)RED Apple iPhone SE, I selected the red Apple Watch Series 6. These new colors are attractive and the one visually distinguishing difference between the Series 5 and Series 6.

Also: Apple Watch Series 5 review: This is the watch I’ve been waiting for

Specifications

  • Display: 1.2 inch (30.4mm) 240×240-pixel resolution transflective memory-in-pixel color Corning Gorilla Glass DX
  • Storage: 8GB of internal storage for up to 500 songs and 200 hours of activity data
  • Water resistance: 5 ATM
  • Connectivity and sensors: WiFi, Bluetooth, ANT+, GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, optical HR, barometer, compass, altimeter, Pulse Ox
  • Band: 22mm silicone replaceable strap
  • Battery: 21 hours in UltraTrac mode, 16 hours in GPS training mode, 6 hours with GPS and music streaming, and 7 days in smartwatch mode with 24/7 HR monitoring
  • Dimensions: 43.8 x 43.8 x 13.3mm and 47 grams

Hardware

The Apple Watch Series 6 looks just like the Apple Watch Series 5 with the same sized curved glass display, curved square watch case, spinning crown button, right side button, same band attachment design, similar heart rate sensor on the back, and same magnetic charging puck. Apple does not include an A/C adapter for the USB cable in