When comparing Apple Watch vs Nokia Steel HR, the Slant community recommends Apple Watch for most people. In the question“What are the best smartwatches for fitness and health?” Apple Watch is ranked 4th while Nokia Steel HR is ranked 5th.
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Pro Heart rate sensor
Pro Works well with iPhone
Health apps downloaded on iPhone can be integrated with Apple Watch
Pro First -rate app support
Pro Standalone phone calls
Series 3 can make and receive phone calls by itself, without the need to connect to a smartphone.
Pro Haptic feedback for notifications
Pro Digital Crown
The Digital Crown allows you to zoom in and out with various applications and can be used as a button.
Pro Sensitive touch
Allows for taps and presses to be registered as two different types of input.
Pro Wake up feature
Monitors your sleep and wakes you up within a specific time when your not in deep REM.
Pro Water Proof
Excellent for people who swim a lot.
Pro Long lived battery life.
The battery life is amazing almost 2 weeks and it is at 50%
Pro Has interchangeable bands to choose from.
Materials: Leather, silicon, woven.
Colors: Red, Blue, and Black.
Some of these are planned, others are going to be added.
Pro Helpful companion app for your phone.
Nokia Healthmate can adjust things like time, position of the hands, what notifications appear on it. Shows/records your activity history, which includes heart rate, sleep cycle, steps, distance. On Android it communicates with Google Fit and underguards MyFitnessPal. It doesn't consume a lot of battery life either, maybe like three percent over a normal charge.
Apple Watch is said to cost $349 USD.
Con Works only with iPhones
You need to have an iPhone (5 or later) to pair this smartwatch. It will not work with any other device, and has limited capabilities on its own (and still require the iPhone for the initial setup).
Con Glass is not scratch resistance to keys.
Easy solution is to put either your watch on your other arm, or your keys in the opposite pocket.