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Top 7 Smartwatches Around 20k-30k in 2023

2023 is going to start and smartwatches have become one of the must-have gadgets for a lot of us. Be it as a fitness tracking device or even a fashion statement, the global smartwatch market is rapidly growing. Hence there are lots of options to choose from depending on your budget. And of course, the best smartwatches are going to cost you a premium price. But this year we have seen some great midrange smartwatches that, if you ask me, provide the best value without significant compromises in the overall experience. So in this article, I have selected my top seven picks of the best smartwatches under 20,000-30,000 Tk.

1. Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

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Starting with Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4. This is a pretty significant smartwatch not just for Samsung, but for the overall variable industry in general. That’s because Google and Samsung finally teamed up to come up with the Wear OS Three platform with the Watch Four, which combined the best of both worlds. In fact, the Watch Four, along with the more expensive Galaxy Watch Four Classic, are the only ones running on this operating system.

So far from its fluid performance, and all health and fitness tracking features to the freshly unlocked potential of the new platform, this is hands down the best smartwatch for your Android smartphone. It even supports Google Assistant in a handful of regions now. And if you own a Samsung phone, you can make the most out of this smartwatch since select new features are exclusive to Galaxy Devices. The only thing that is not great here is it still does not have the best battery life, as the max you can get is one to two days of endurance. So if long-lasting battery life is crucial for your smartwatch experience.

2. Huawei Watch GT Three

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Huawei’s Homebrewed Harmony OS is actually pretty great. I vividly remember how the harmony OS era of Huawei’s smartwatches had an excellent design, excellent display, and everything else, but they were ultimately let down by sluggish software. But the watch. GT three feels anything but sluggish.

It can deliver almost two weeks of battery life. It also supports a handful of third-party apps, actionable notifications on incoming messages, Bluetooth phone calls, and local media storage. So yeah, this is far from other generic variable operating systems out there. And besides performing great, the Watch GT Three looks and feels great to wear as well. Huawei also continues to deliver on the health and fitness tracking front too, as this guy comes loaded with everything you’d expect.

3. Fitbit Versa 3

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If you are a total fitness freak, few companies make as compelling wearables as Fitbit, and the versatility is still one of the best allrounders smartwatches in 2023. We know that Fitbit’s health and fitness tracking abilities rank among the best in the business, and you get to experience all that with the Fitbit versus the fee. Matter of fact, this smartwatch managed to keep me on my feet like no other, with all its goal-based fitness tracking features like Active, Minutes, and more.

And its companion app is some of the best in the business as well, which organizes all your health data in a pretty easy-to-understand manner. And if you’re willing to go the extra mile with a premium subscription, Fitbit also offers some features like skin temperature variation, reading, and additional, deeper insights into your personal health. Other than these health and fitness tracking features, the VR Three is also a full-blown smartwatch that can do it all, including almost a week of battery life. Still, there are a few areas where the Sidbit Versa Three is not as good as its competitors, like its app library and some minor performance. Hiccups. Okay, next up we have the TicWatch e three from Mobile. It was launched at 20,500tk initially, but you can currently get it at as low as 16,500 Tk which makes it among the most affordable way to have Google Wear OS on your wrist. Sure, there are even cheaper Wear OS watches out there, like the Fossil Sport, for example.

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But what makes the Tipwatch E Three special is that it is powered by the flagship Snapdragon Four U 100 processor. That means not only the performance is topnotch here, but it will also receive the Weirdos Three update I talked about earlier. And from Google Play support for all of your apps to actionable notifications and everything in between, the Chicwatch E Three pretty much nails the Wear OS experience as is. However, its health and fitness tracking features certainly are not on par with how Samsung, Huawei, or Fitbit Smartwatch is managed. But for casual users like me, I’d say that the thick-watt E Three’s fitness features are more than enough. And one more thing this is the only entry in our list with an LCD screen, although I must say that this display is perfectly practical for everyday use.

4. TicWatch e three

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Okay, next up we have the TicWatch e three from Moboy. It was launched at $200 initially, but you can currently get it at as low as 16.5k which makes it among the most affordable way to have Google Wear OS on your wrist. Sure, there are even cheaper Wear OS watches out there, like the Fossil Sport, for example. But what makes the Tipwatch E Three special is that it is powered by the flagship Snapdragon Four U 100 process.

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That means not only the performance is topnotch here, but it will also receive the Weirdos Three update I talked about earlier. And from Google Play support for all of your apps to actionable notifications and everything in between, the Chicwatch E Three pretty much nails the Wear OS experience as is. However, its health and fitness tracking features certainly are not on par with how Samsung, Huawei, or Fitbit Smartwatch is managed. But for casual users like me, I’d say that the thick-watt E Three’s fitness features are more than enough. And one more thing this is the only entry in our list with an LCD screen, although I must say that this display is perfectly practical for everyday use.

5. Amazfit GTS 3/GTR 3

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Okay, moving on. They amaze with GTS three. And GTR three due are also has a couple of great smartwatches under 20.5k, the GTS Three has an Apple watch-like squared design, while the GTR Three funds the traditional circular Watts dial instead. Its bulkier form factor means that it enjoys a much larger battery. Matter of fact, Amy’s Fit claims 21 days of backup on the GTR Three and just twelve days on the other.

And the reason they have such a long-lasting battery life is the Amazing new operating systems called ZEPOs. Besides power efficiency, this OS is quite intuitive and features ridge, too. Amazing has also nailed the design and comfort aspect of these smartwatches. These are extremely comfortable to put on and are lightweight to the point where you might not even feel them on your wrist. As for health and fitness tracking, they’ve got everything you want from a premium smartwatch, but the one thing that might be a dealbreaker to some is that they don’t support Bluetooth phone calls.

6. Honor watch GS 3

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Okay, another familiar name in the world of variables is Honor, and the Watch GSC, which recently launched in India, is the company’s first smartwatch after separating from Huawei. Despite this, you can feel Huawei’s influence on every aspect of this device from its design, UI, health monitoring, and overall smartwatch experience.

Anyway. Honors approach the watch. GSC is quite interesting. It’s got a classic round isle watch, but you can crank up the classics with different straps and case colors. And for such a premium smartwatch, it does not feel that bulky to put on either. Apart from the look, the Watch GS Three is geared towards fitness tracking as well. And something that caught my eye here is the Fitness Courses feature which guides you through your workout with visual demonstrations, countdowns, and more so that you hit your exercise goals.

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Honor has also improved heart rate monitoring and location tracking a lot this time, whereas the Watch GSTS battery can last up to two weeks at a time as well. But when it comes to the companion app, I still see some room for improvement here.

7. Xiaomi Watch S1 Active

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The last entry to this list is the Xiaomi Watch s One Active, and it is also a pretty great smartwatch under 20.5k the company has been more focused on nailing the basics and delivering a decent smartwatch experience here instead of trying to stand out from the crowd. Its design, while not as premium or anything, is more than serviceable, the battery life here is equally impressive, whereas Xiaomi’s custom UI watch interface is easy to get around to.

Then again, this custom OS is pretty limited when it comes to features compared to Where OS or Huawei’s Harmony OS. In a way, you can almost call the Watch s One Active a simple extension of Xiaomi’s fitness trackers. Likewise, the Watch is One Active has got it all in terms of health and fitness tracking, but unfortunately, we found that its cheap tracking is not at all reliable. On top of this, a companion app called the Me Fitness App is due for a proper polish.

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Recent prices in Bangladesh

1. Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

Around 25k

2. Huawei Watch GT Three

Around 34k-35k

3. Fitbit Versa 3

Around 21k

4..TicWatch e three

Around 16k

5. Amazfit GTS 3/GTR 3

Around 16k

6. Honor watch GS

Around 18.5k

7. Xiaomi Watch S1 Active

Around 14k

So there you have it guys. That was all for my topics for the Best Smartwatches under 20k Like I said in the beginning, you really don’t need to spend a lot to get a decent smartwatch these days. And thanks to all these choices available, you get to filter through your priorities and get the one that matches your needs perfectly. That’s been all from me. Thank you for reading this article.

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