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Best Smartwatches 2020.....
Here are the best smartwatches available for Android and iOS users
The best smartwatch is more than just a way to get smartphone notifications on your wrist. The device has to be everything in one: a fitness tracker, a wallet and even a phone.
After spending hundreds of hours testing dozens of smartwatches, our pick for best smartwatch has been the Apple Watch Series 5 with GPS (starting at $399), which has a huge, always-on display, built-in Compass, and all of the advanced health features we loved about the Series 4, including fall detection and a built-in electrical heart rate sensor for taking on-the-go electrocardiograms. It also runs watchOS 6, which makes the watch even more useful with period-tracking, a tip calculator, audiobook playback, activity trends and more.
The best smartwatch for Android users is Samsung's $279 Galaxy Watch Active 2. In addition to a sleek, sporty design, the Galaxy Watch Active offers built-in GPS, heart rate sensor, water-resistance, Samsung Pay support, plus advanced heart health features for just $79 more than the first-gen Galaxy Watch Active.
Read on for our other top picks, and if you're on a tight budget, be sure to check out our roundup of the best cheap smartwatches.
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The 25 Best Sneakers for Men 2020
Step your footwear game with these editor-approved kicks.
finding the right pair of sneakers is no easy task, even for us editors here at Men's Health. Honestly, the sneaker market is so oversaturated and rife with options that it can be a bit overwhelming to track down which ones are the best for you.
It's especially tough to be mindful of important things like quality and which shoes work for which occasions while you're distracted by unique colorways and your favorite brand names. And as cool as it may be to have an extensive sneaker collection, it's best to find your perfect, everyday pair.
Thankfully, the Men's Health team has spent countless hours testing the wide variety of sneakers on the market so you don't have to. These sneakers have passed the test of combining both fashion and function. Each one is worthy of becoming your go-to pair, from the all-time classics, to the kicks that will help you run at lightening speed, and, of course, the hottest new releases. Check out the 25 best sneakers for men to score now.
Top 10 smart phones in 2020
All major smartphone announcements for 2019 have been made and it's clear that Apple stepped up to lead the pack with the iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max phones. OnePlus appears in the top five thanks to it's affordable flagship.
With the most recent update to this list, the Apple iPhone 11 Pro remains at the top and is likely to be in this position for months. While I personally have an iPhone 11 Pro, my current favorite is the most innovative phone of 2019, the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The Fold is fantastic, but at $2,000 with new technology it's not included on this list because few should buy one, although everyone should at least see one in person.
It's easy to find a great phone these days and today's phones are so good you really don't need to be replacing them on an annual basis, but carrier and manufacturer upgrade programs make this fairly painless. With smartphones today serving as critical tools for conducting business, a monthly lease or payment option is a justifiable expense.
1. APPLE IPHONE 11 PRO/PRO MAX
My full review of the Apple iPhone 11 Pro led me to almost rank it with my first perfect 10. I held back from that since Apple launched it with just 64GB of internal storage capacity, which I find unacceptable for a $1,000+ flagship phone with a triple camera system -- the best video capture system on a phone.
The only differences between the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are the display size and battery capacity. After going full circle, it's clear that the 5.8-inch model works best for me. There's a lot to be said for a phone that is easily pocketable and capable of satisfying people with smaller hands. It's usable with one hand.
Apple has once again showed it bests all other phones in benchmarking testing with the Apple A13 Bionic chipset. It has a fabulous OLED screen, good-sized battery with a rating of four hours more than last year's iPhone, and new camera hardware (with improved software) to make it a very compelling flagship. It continues to get regular updates (one coming within the first week of release) and iOS apps are still better than comparable Android apps, despite the improvements in Android phones.
Face ID continues to be one of the fastest and most secure methods of maintaining security on your phone, and the version in the iPhone 11 Pro has been improved for better performance. Google may release an alternative with the upcoming Pixel 4, but current ultrasonic fingerprint scanners are not proving very reliable for consistent performance.
The iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999 while the iPhone 11 Max starts $1,099 for a minimal storage 64GB model. There are some attractive colors for enterprise users and compared to the iPhone 11 the Pro version are more focused on business users.
Check out our Apple iPhone 11 Pro review.