Best Smartwatches under Rs.5000 in India

Are you looking to buy a good Smartwatch under 5K budget, then you’ve come to the right place.

Smartwatches have been launched very lately in India when compared to the western countries, but became an instant hit, especially in the budget segment.

Best Budget Smartwatch under 5000

Several top brands are fighting to gain foothold in the wearable market, which lead to a heavy competition, thereby making the prices of Smart Watches come down drastically.

Now-a-days, the OEMs have started launching one Smartwatch after another in the Indian market.

However, only a few Smartwatches are providing good features with best battery backup. So, in this article, we recommend you the Top 3 Best Budget Smartwatches that are worth your money.

Best Smartwatches under Rs.5000 in India

1.Huami Amazfit Bip SOverall Best Smartwatch under 5000
2.Realme SmartwatchRunner Up; Apple Watch Look-a-Like
3.Noise Colorfit Nav SmartwatchBudget Smartwatch with Built-in GPS

1. Huami Amazfit Bip S

Huami is a sister brand of Xiaomi that is mainly in the manufacturing of feature-rich wearables at affordable prices.

The Amazfit Bip S is one of their best budget Smartwatch under 5000 and it comes with amazing features and built-quality for its price.

Huami Amazfit Bip S Smartwatch

It sports a 1.28 inch transflective square-shaped display with a resolution of 176 x 176 pixels.

The display brightness is automatically adjusted as you get under the Sun and provides you good visibility in all conditions.

There is an always-ON colorful display.

It comes with 4 built-in dials and more than 40 watch faces can be downloaded from the app store to personalize the Smartwatch Interface to suit your liking.

The Bip S comes with a patented BioTracker PPG heart rate sensor that is able to monitor your heart rates continuously with best accuracy.

The Amazfit Bip S Smartwatch supports up to 10 sports modes, which include treadmill running, outdoor running, indoor/outdoor cycling, swimming pool, elliptical trainer, yoga etc…

In addition to these, the watch also tracks all your activities like steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned etc…

Thanks to the high-precision Sony 28nm low power GPS, the Bip S Smartwatch will be able to accurately track all your fitness activities without consuming too much power like the other wearables in its price segment.

The Huami Smartwatch is also waterproof up to 5 ATM and comes with Swim Tracking support.

The dial and strap jointly weighs just 31 gms and the 11.4 mm thickness makes it comfortable to wear during the day and night, even while you’re sleeping.

Once charged, you get 15 days of battery backup on typical usage scenario and up to 22 hours when you use the GPS tracking continuously.

You get a magnetic charger along with the box to charge your device.

The Amazfit Bip S Smartwatch is available in 4 color choices – Black, Red Orange, Warm Pink and White.

The manufacturer also offers a 1 year warranty on the product.

Pros:

  • Always-On Display; 40+ Watch Faces
  • Good Visibility under the Sun
  • Huami PAI Health Analysis
  • Highly Accurate Tracking
  • HR Monitor & Sleep Tracker
  • 15 days of Battery Life
  • iOS & Android Smartphone Support
  • Waterproof & Extremely Lightweight

Cons:

  • Nothing much to complain except the average quality strap

2. Realme Smartwatch

Realme is a sister brand of Oppo that has entered the Indian market targeting the budget smartphones and wearable market.

It is their first Smartwatch launched in India with decent specifications at an affordable price of under Rs.5000.

Realme Smartwatch

The Realme Watch features a 1.4 inch large square-shaped LCD touch display with a resolution of 320 x 320 pixels.

People can mistake it for an Apple Watch when they suddenly look at it from a distance. Not sure whether the Realme guys have took a cue of the Apple’s design wantedly or not, but it is an added advantage for the budget Smartwatch buyers.

The watch strap is made of silicone and is pretty comfortable to wear for extended hours. You can also detach it and replace with different straps available in the open market.

The touchscreen sensitivity is excellent and the UI is amazing. As of now, there are 7 built-in watch faces and Realme is planning to launch few more in the next coming firmware updates.

There is a continuous or real-time heart rate monitor and a SpO2 (blood oxygen level) sensor in the device.

The Realme Smartwatch supports up to 14 different sports and is an excellent choice for fitness enthusiasts who wanted to track their activities effectively.

The watch comes with IP68 certification, which means that you don’t need to worry about the drizzles anymore.

You can connect the Smartwatch to your mobile via Bluetooth v5.0 using the Realme link app for Android. As of now, there is no iOS support.

Coming to the battery life, the Realme Watch once charged will last for 8 to 10 days. You get the cradle type charger along with the box.

Overall, the Realme Watch weighs just 30gms and is available in color ‘Black‘.

Realme is offering up to 1 year of warranty on the product.

Pros:

  • Interchangeable Straps
  • Heart Rate & SpO2 Monitor
  • Smart Notifications
  • Smart Connect (Camera & Music Control)
  • Very Lightweight (30 gms)
  • Decent Battery Life

Cons:

  • Built-in GPS could have been provided for the price

3. Noise ColorFit NAV Smart Watch

The Noise Colorfit Nav is an upgraded version of the Colorfit Pro 2, which is priced under 3000.

The main difference between the Colorfit Pro 2 and Colorfit Nav is that the later comes with built-in GPS and bigger display.

Noise Colorfit Nav Smartwatch

The Noise Smartwatch sports a 1.4 inch LCD display with a resolution of 320 x 320 pixels.

It has a clean UI and amazing touch sensitivity.

You can customize the watch faces based on your personal preference and mood.

The built-in GPS helps track your indoor and outdoor activities with amazing accuracy.

The watch supports up to 10 sports modes and you even get the detailed report of the tracking on your Smartphone for future reference.

It comes with a 6 axis sensors that help track your steps and calories with better precision and high accuracy.

In order to get the Smart notifications displayed on your Smartwatch, you’ll need to connect it to your Smartphone (iOS or Android) using the NoiseFit X App via Bluetooth v5.0.

The watch also comes with sedentary alerts and hand wash reminders, which is one of the most useful features at this situation.

The Noise ColorFit Nav is rain-proof and sweat-proof (IP68 certified).

You get up to 4 days of battery life as claimed by the company. But, in the real-time scenario, we’re getting just 2 to 3 days with occasional GPS usage.

The Colorfit Nav GPS Smartwatch is available in two color options – Stealth Black and Camo Green. It weighs around 40 gms in total and suits people with large hands.

There is also a 1 year assured warranty from NOISE.

Pros:

  • Large Display (Ideal for People with Large Hands)
  • Intuitive UI and Good Visibility
  • Cloud-based Watch Faces
  • Built-in GPS; Run Maps
  • Heart Rate & Sleep Tracking
  • Hand Wash Reminders
  • Smart Notifications

Cons:

  • Average battery life; May be a future firmware update could solve the issue
If you don’t need the built-in GPS feature, then you either go for the Noise Colorfit Pro 2 or NoiseFit Endure Smartwatch, both comes with a decent battery life and are available for much lesser price.

Frequently Asked Questions

What to expect in a budget smartwatch under 5000?

The budget smartwatches usually come with average tracking accuracy as they lack proper GPS and GLONASS features. But, for regular activity tracking, they’re just fine.

Do I need to insert a SIM card to use the Smartwatch?

Not required. The smartwatches are stand-alone devices that function without a SIM card and can sync with your Smartphone via Bluetooth or WiFi to display app notifications or call alerts.

Can I use a SIM card in the Smartwatch to make/receive calls?

There are a few basic Smartwatches that support calling support (through SIM card) but they’re not that effective. If you need calling feature, you should better go with the premium Smartwatches with LTE calling support.

Conclusion:

We have tested around 10 different Smartwatches priced under 5000 budget from multiple brands.

However, a lot of them are found to be in-effective in terms of tracking accuracy, build-quality and hence are not worth your money.

After carefully studying them, we finally found these three to be the ‘best smartwatches under 5000 in India‘. category. Hope you found our list helpful.

by Radha Krishna
Hello! I am a Tech Enthusiast who likes to explore different gadgets and software applications. Here on this blog, I will be sharing my experiences and all the findings (reviews & troubleshooting tips) that I personally encounter.

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