Top 10 Smartwatches for Music Lovers 2020

Top 10 Smartwatches for Music Lovers 2020

Top 10 Smartwatches for Music Lovers 2020

Smartwatches for Music Lovers

So let’s jump straight in with the Top 10 Smartwatches for Music Lovers 2020.

So you are music lover? You just love to take your music wherever you go!!! With advancements in smartwatch tech improving daily, you no longer have to have your smartphone in your pocket to listen to your music. You can do it with a smartwatch and a pair of headphones. It’s just as easy and perhaps more convenient since you can skip tracks directly from your wrist.

The majority of people get into smartwatches because they want a lightweight music device for running or in the gym. It’s these activities which show smartphones up – they get in the way and are quite frankly distracting. If you don’t want a phone in your pocket when you’re working up a sweat, a smartwatch for music is what you need.

Don’t work out? That’s fine. But, do you commute to work or maybe school? Or maybe out walking and want to enjoy your favorite tunes. If that’s the case, a smartwatch will release you from your smartphone and bring everything you want straight to your wrist.

  1. Apple Watch Series 5
  2. Samsung Gear S3 Frontier 4G LTE
  3. Huawei Watch 2 4G
  4. Zeblaze Thor 4 Pro
  5. LG Watch Sport
  6. LG Watch Urbane 2nd Gen
  7. Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music
  8. Huawei Watch 2 Sport
  9. Ticwatch Pro
  10. Polar M600

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Apple Watch Series 5

Apple Watch Series 5

The Apple Watch series 5 (our personal favorite here at Best 4 Tech Stuff) If you have an iPhone, the best music smartwatch for you in terms of functionality is the Apple Watch Series 5. You’ll find the OS much more comfortable and familiar as the Series 5 will sync with your iPhone to deliver a full suite of notifications.

For your music, there’s 4GB on-board storage and cellular connectivity (LTE), so you can stream music from your favorite apps.


Samsung Gear S3 Frontier 4G LTE

Samsung Gear S3 Frontier 4G LTE

The Samsung Gear S3 Frontier – is another high-end smartwatch. with 4GB of on-board storage, Bluetooth 4.2 for seamless headphone pairing, 4G LTE connectivity so you can stream music online un-tethered from your smartphone.

The key difference between this and the LG is the Gear S3 runs Tizen, Samsung’s very own OS. This limits the music apps available, although there’s an excellent official Spotify app.


Huawei Watch 2 4G

Huawei watch 24g

The Huawei Watch 2 is one of our favorite smartwatches here at Tech Stuff, and it’s available with 4G LTE which makes it extremely good for music. It runs Wear OS, so you can grab the Google Play Music app and download your playlists.

Bluetooth 4.1 LE takes care of headphone pairing (4.1 is slightly slower than 4.2), but that’s only a minor niggle. Everywhere else, the Huawei Watch 2 delivers.

The 390 x 390 AMOLED displays is bright and crisp, there’s GPS, NFC, and a heart rate monitor and there’s 4GB on-board storage.


Zeblaze Thor 4 Pro

Zeblaze Thor 4 Pro

The Zeblaze Thor 4 Pro – with LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and a huge 16GB of on-board storage, the Zeblaze Thor 4 is one of the best smartwatches for music. It runs Android 7.0, instead of Wear OS.

It supports thousands of Google Play Store apps, including YouTube Music and Google Play Music, as well as a host of radio stations for online streaming.

And that user experience? It’s great. The software is lightweight and slick, and the Thor 4 has an AMOLED 400 x 400 displays with 336 PPI to view it on.


LG Watch Sport

LG Watch Sport

The LG Watch Sport – with Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity for streaming music online, 4GB of on-board storage for your offline playlists and Bluetooth 4.2 LE for seamless headphone pairing, the LG Watch Sport is easily one of the best music smartwatches on the market.

It’s also packed with top features. The 1.38” 480 x 480 P-OLED display is the best we have ever seen on a Wear OS smartwatch because it’s super-bright and very responsive.

Battery life is quite decent too. Go for a run at 100%, and the 430 mAh battery will drain to around 91% after an hour with Bluetooth turned on.


LG Watch Urbane 2nd Gen

LG Watch Urbane 2nd Gen

The LG Watch Urbane 2nd Gen – might be two years old now, however the LG Watch Urbane is still up to date and can easily compete with all newer gen watches. It’s got LTE connectivity and runs Android Wear 2.0. The 1.38” P-OLED display is bright and crisp, and there’s 4GB on-board storage for storing your music.

The brushed aluminium case is upmarket and classy; the rubber strap is extremely tough and durable. There are three physical buttons on the side of the case so you can quickly control apps and switch between the different functions.


Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music

The Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music – If you’ll be using your smartwatch as a gym or running companion/ tracker, the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music is an excellent choice. It offers storage for up to 500 songs and you can easily transfer music over from your pc using the Garmin Express app.

The watch has a built in music player, and if you want to download something new you can.

If you have playlists you can download, the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music is suitable and it’s an excellent fitness smartwatch. It’s got GPS, a barometric altimeter, compass, accelerometer, thermometer and heart rate sensor.


Huawei Watch 2 Sport

Huawei Watch 2 Sport

The Huawei Watch 2 Sport has 4GB on-board storage, built-in GPS and a virtually scratch-proof ceramic bezel. It looks the part and plays it too, with the latest-gen Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and a 390 x 390 AMOLED display.

It’s brilliant for music because it’s got Bluetooth 4.1, a decent amount of on-board storage and an IP68 water resistance rating.

It only has Wi-Fi connectivity but if you download your playlists, with Google Play Music, you can stream music to your Bluetooth headphones whilst offline.


Ticwatch Pro

Ticwatch Pro

The Ticwatch Pro – the latest and most expensive is the best yet. The Ticwatch Pro is a fantastic smartwatch for music. It doesn’t have LTE, but it hits back with a 3-day average battery life and 4GB on-board storage.

It comes with a heart-rate monitor and in-built GPS. The headphone pairing process is painless and because it runs Wear OS, you get access to hundreds of music apps.


Polar M600

Polar M600

The Polar M600 is actually the best for fitness freaks. The Polar M600 is a Wear OS smartwatch that’s waterproof with GPS and GLONASS connectivity. Listen to music while you train using Google Play Music.

The M600’s smart coaching is the best. It provides insight into your workouts automatically and crunches data to help you understand your fitness.

Additional features include a heart rate tracker and 24/7 activity tracking. This smartwatch will also track altitude, ascent and descent.


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