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The Fossil Sport smartwatch is down to $74 at Amazon ($26 off)

The Fossil Sport is one of the least expensive Wear OS devices right now. Fossil introduced some fancy new colors recently, but if you're okay with the standard black/silver model, it's now just $74.25 from Amazon. That's the lowest price it has been a while ⁠— it normally goes for $99.

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Huawei unveils fitness-oriented Watch GT2e smartwatch

Back in September, Huawei launched the Watch GT2, which seemed to be a mere upgrade over the previous generation. The company just announced a new intelligent timepiece, the Watch GT2e, which is designed for those with an active lifestyle. It's essentially a Watch GT2 with advanced fitness features and a rubberized design.

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Skagen's Falster 3 Wear OS smartwatch with Wear 3100 SoC drops to $238 ($56 off)

If you're on the market for a Wear OS watch, the Skagen Falster 3 is one of the best ones around. It's not cheap, though, as its original retail price was $295, but it's currently down to $238 on Amazon, making it a bit more affordable. For this price, you get the latest tech and a sleek minimalist design, making it worth considering.

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Fossil Sport Gen 4 smartwatches drops to impulse-buy territory at $69

For those on the market for an affordable, up-to-date smartwatch to use with your Android phone, look no further than the Fossil Sport. Even at release, its $275 price tag was considered relatively affordable, but thanks to a coupon code on Fossil's site, you can grab either the 41mm and 43mm versions in a variety of colors for only $69. This discount marks a savings of $30 off the already-low recent pricing and one of the lowest prices we've ever seen on this model.

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How to get fit with Android and Wear OS, part one: Choosing your hardware

Every year, there are two resolutions that top lists all around the globe: get fit and lead a healthier lifestyle. Unfortunately, without the proper motivation and guidance, these resolutions can often fizzle by right around now in mid-March, leaving plenty of expectant do-gooders with no viable way forward. To help you stay on track, we’re launching a limited series that will show you how to get physically and mentally fit with just an Android phone and a Wear OS smartwatch.

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Montblanc upgrades the Summit 2 smartwatch with built-in LTE

With the Summit 2, Montblanc was the first company to release a smartwatch powered by Snapdragon's latest Wear 3100 chipset. The luxury brand just unveiled an updated timepiece, which now comes with built-in LTE, along with other improvements.

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The Fossil Sport smartwatch is just $90 right now at Amazon

The Fossil Sport is one of the least expensive Wear OS devices right now. Fossil introduced a few new colors recently, but if you're okay with the standard black/silver model, you can buy the watch for just $90 from Amazon right now. That's the lowest price it has been in a few months.

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Tory Burch presents the ToryTrack Tory Wear OS smartwatch for $295

Any company that wants to make their own smartwatch these days will probably license their brand out to Fossil Group. Be it for fashion or sport, there's a Wear OS watch (and a few custom apps and watchfaces) for the purpose. One of those company, women's fashion label Tory Burch, has come out with a new line of smartwatches called the "Tory."

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Skagen Falster 3 review: Another great Wear OS watch from Fossil

Google's Wear OS still has a few long-standing issues that haven't been addressed, like stagnant hardware and poor app support, but Fossil Group has been trying to pick up the slack. Last year's Fossil Gen 5 smartwatches showed the platform at its best, featuring 1GB RAM to reduce lag and a few exclusive software features.

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Moto 360 (2019) review: The direct-to-DVD sequel of smartwatches

The original Moto 360 was the first mainstream smartwatch with a round screen (ignoring the 'flat tire' at the bottom), which meant that despite its terrible internal hardware, it was definitely unique among a sea of ugly square smartwatches. Motorola followed it up with a sequel in 2015, and then in 2016, the company said it was done making wearables.

The new Moto 360 is almost entirely disconnected from its predecessor (it's manufactured by eBuyNow, not Motorola) and lacks the technological and design innovation that made the original watch so special. Much like a direct-to-video Disney sequel, there's not much to complain about, but there's also nothing unique or interesting to speak of.

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