Android Wear vs Pebble Smartwatch

Android Wear vs Pebble Smartwatch

Android Wear vs Pebble Smartwatch

For our complete thoughts on Android Wear, including links to more videos, check out Pocketnow’s full review: http://pocketnow.com/2014/07/18/android-wear-re…

2 GREAT phones going at it !! Both won!

29 Comments

  1. Ben Bauer
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 05:18:14

    Pebble has it right. All it is missing is a voice assistant and it would be
    the perfect smartwatch.

    Reply

  2. Vandrefalk
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 05:24:26

    01:44 “.. about 3200 apps from over 15000 devs.” What?

    Reply

  3. Ivan Balajić
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 06:10:27

    1 extra device to charge every day? No tnx

    Reply

  4. Alvaro Muñoz
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 06:31:35

    i hate smart watches so much… i’ll stick forever with my beautiful Rolex
    Submariner

    Reply

  5. zone07
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 07:20:29

    Yeah, no matter how you slice it Pebble is done. 7 days on a single charge?
    Did you get an extended battery on that thing? The fact that it works with
    iPhone may still keep it alive until the release of iWatch.

    Reply

  6. Борис Михаилов
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 07:39:18

    I’m not sure if I should buy Android Wear or Sony SW2. 

    Reply

  7. saviR xelA
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 07:50:13

    My Rolex has all these features. Why should i get this?

    Reply

  8. yusuf patel
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 08:15:07

    Had a quick question. My dads birthdays coming up in a few days. He has the
    iPhone 4s so will this watch work with it? Thank you

    Reply

  9. Jon Leach
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 09:09:32

    Man, that G watch looks huge next to the Pebble

    Reply

  10. Michael Best
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 09:55:52

    Pebble is undoubtedly a pioneer in wearables, but I’m sold with Android
    wear…**{cough)** …Moto 360

    Reply

  11. PKTV
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 10:42:16

    Dear Microsoft,
    You Suck

    Thanks
    pkerry12

    Reply

  12. Dity the Bearded Bear
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 11:41:47

    Being able to easily see its screen, and the fact that it lasts up to days
    on a single charge, is why the Pebble stills wins for me.

    Reply

  13. Egan Barrs
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 11:42:04

    Wear looks very unpredictable. Also, I wish it didn’t rely on voice action
    as heavily. I don’t want to be that guy on campus who talks to his wrist in
    the middle of class, but I also don’t want to scroll through endless menus
    to get what I need. 

    Reply

  14. Owain Harris
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 12:32:42

    Summer wearable? Forgetting your Southern Hemisphere fans? :)

    Reply

  15. Nate Fleming
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 13:19:08

    Peas and carrots at 0:54? 

    Reply

  16. FirestarPwns
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 14:01:53

    I have a pebble, and am seriously considering a Moto 360 when it comes out.
    However, I don’t understand what most of the people in the comments. I feel
    like that most of the people that “own” a pebble have never even seen one
    in real life. Depending on the watchface you can easily get a week of
    battery life. It easily stays connected and works really nice. I’ve never
    launched an app on my pebble and thought that the experience would be
    greatly enhanced by a color screen and is a good trade off.

    Reply

  17. Jack Winter
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 14:53:49

    2:14 Wow we need a new word for Pedometer….

    Reply

  18. Sadai Rinken
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 15:15:09

    I’d go with…….. galaxy gesr 2

    Reply

  19. SilverSpade92
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 15:53:23

    Agent smartwatch works with Windows Phone. If it works, I don’t see how
    Pebble can’t make it work.

    Reply

  20. Lantern korps
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 16:30:23

    Pls do sony smartwatch 2 vs android wear +pocketnow

    Reply

  21. Kruxxy
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 17:00:10

    0:50 There you have it, the biggest factor to get the pebble. E-paper
    technology is the way to go. Long battery life and you still get
    notifications from your watch.

    Just like going for e-book over any tablet device if you’re getting a
    device to read the whole day. E-Ink technology, long lasting battery life
    and most importantly delivers what you want..

    Reply

  22. edward quintanilla
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 17:59:57

    i have the pebble nd works great with my iphone 5s i use my watch everyday
    nd bsttery life is awsome nd gets updated alot pebble is worth ot 

    Reply

  23. el samurai guapo
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 18:42:44

    I bought the original pebble and honestly it was the biggest fuckin
    mistake. The damn thing can’t maintain a solid BT connection, and the
    (Android) pebble app literally is the most broken app I’ve ever downloaded.
    It literally crashes about 75% of the time. Can’t wait till the moto 360
    comes out so I can get rid of this “smart” watch.

    Reply

  24. Solo- Johnson
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 19:10:22

    Really good breakdown man! 

    Reply

  25. Drew Graham
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 19:30:46

    420 on the pebble in the beginning? I now understand the tinted glasses…

    Reply

  26. eternallord
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 19:37:53

    people should keep in mind that it’s a phone.. high end laptops and
    desktops will better suit a need for speed lol

    Reply

  27. MRKNIGHTNDAY
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 20:22:52

    @eternallord Great point !! thanks man

    Reply

  28. Will Newman
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 20:39:12

    thats true, i just look for spped in my phones for so when im on the go and
    i want internet

    Reply

  29. lululul w
    Aug 15, 2014 @ 21:23:11

    I get 1394 on my Triumph, does that sound about right?

    Reply

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