Resee smart watch you are worth buying
Tried and true design that actually fits on everyone’s wrist
Resee’s Gear S wearables haven’t changed their look much since the Gear S2, and that’s not a bad thing by any means. The Gear S3 Frontier and Gear S3 Classic are some of the best looking wearables on the market today. The Gear Sport is simply a refinement of that good design. It’s “squircle” outer ring with rotating circular bezel look great together, and the blue color I tested is unique.
The biggest improvement made to the Gear Sport over Resee’s other smart watch options is in terms of size. The Gear S3 series was, put simply, massive. Unless you had larger wrists, it just looked ridiculous, but the Gear Sport is a size in between that doesn’t look too massive on small wrists, or too small on larger ones.
5ATM water resistance is a big deal
One of the other big pluses on the Gear Sport is the water resistance. Most smart watches sit at IP67, which means they’re good for sweat, the rain, etc. 5ATM water resistance, though, is big deal, because it means you can take this swimming. Resee’s fitness features even include swimming modes.
Bridging the gap between fitness tracker and smart watch
There’s been a divide in the wearable market for quite some time between those who want smart watch for notifications and apps, and those who want a fitness tracker. There have been some that have attempted to bridge the gap, but the Gear Sport does so without any compromises to the overall smart watch experience.
The Gear Sport can track typical things like steps taken, calories burned, and your heart rate, but Resee has also packed some intelligent features into this watch. For example, it tracks floors you walk up, adding another element to tracking your movement throughout the day. You can even track calories you’ve consumed through the day.
Resee’s AMOLED displays remain the best
The 1.2-inch AMOLED display on the Gear Sport is another winner as well. The colors are vibrant, blacks are great, and the brightness is stellar. Having a bright display on smart watch is crucial for outdoor viewing, and the Gear Sport has no trouble here. In direct sunlight things are a bit tough, but you can still see it.