Top Upcoming Smartwatches of 2023


If you think the smartwatch market is already filled with amazing products, wait until you hear about the upcoming ones! 

Are you looking for the smartest and most advanced smartwatch for 2023? With so many new technologies emerging, it can take time to keep up. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the top smartwatches coming out in 2023 to help you pick one that best suits you! From screen-less design and gemstone face to NASA research, these watches will be packed with the latest technology. They’ll also be capable of tracking data like your fitness levels, sleep patterns and even alertness, making them ideal for health and wellness monitoring. Read on to find out more about these impressive gadgets!

Citizen CZ Smart 

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Citizen “CZ Smart” is a line of smartwatches produced by the Japanese watch brand Citizen. This year at the biggest trade show Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the company unveiled a new CZ Smartwatch that measures wearers’ alertness and fatigue using artificial intelligence (AI) technology and research from space agency NASA and tech giant IBM. 

The Citizen CZ watch has a key feature called the “Alert Score” generated by the Alert Monitor test in Citizen’s YouQ wellness app. The test is based on the Psychomotor Vigilance Test, a standard test used by NASA to evaluate the alertness of astronauts. The Alert Score generated by the watch can be used to understand and predict the user’s fatigue patterns and to provide personalized recommendations for improving their sleep patterns and overall well-being. 

The model comes with a variety of features. It is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, enabling you to connect it to your smartphone and access various apps and features. In addition, the watch has an array of motion sensors to track your fitness and health data, such as heart rate and blood oxygen levels. 

The company has released two models in the CZ Smart line—the CZ Smart Sport and the CZ Smart Casual. The CZ Smart Casual boasts a 41 mm stainless steel case in various color options including silver, gold and black. The watch also offers a variety of band options to choose from, including a rose gold mesh bracelet for a touch of elegance, a leather strap for a classic look and a sportier silicone strap for active wearers. 

On the other hand, the CZ Smart Sport offers a bold and sporty look with its larger 44 mm case available in silver, black or a combination of silver/black, silver/blue or gold/black. The watch features a bold bezel around its 1.28-inch screen. The band options for the CZ Smart Sport include a perforated leather band for a unique look, a black and silver metal band for a sporty look, and a pair of silicone straps for comfortable wear.

The CZ Smart Casual smartwatch is available at US$350, while the CZ Smart Sport smartwatch comes at US$375. The prices for both smartwatches may vary depending on the color and strap combination you choose. Both smartwatches will be available for purchase in the U.S. starting March 2023 and are available for pre-order now.

Release Date: March 2023


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Designed in Amsterdam and produced in Finland, Nowatch is a health tracker that looks like a watch but doesn’t have a screen. The dial is a replaceable stainless steel or natural gemstone disc that attaches to the stainless steel case via magnets. This makes it highly customizable, allowing you to change the look of the device to suit your style. The case is available in Gold, Silver and Rosé finishes, and buyers can choose from ten different gemstone and metal discs and more than a dozen leather straps or woven straps made from recycled ocean plastic. The wearable device is 37 mm in size, making it compact and easy to wear.

Nowatch focuses on tracking your mental and physical wellness data. The screen-less smartwatch can track various health and wellness metrics, such as stress level, heart rate and blood oxygen level. It can also be paired up with iOS or Android apps to track your sleep patterns and physical activities, like walking, running and biking. This information can help you set fitness goals and track your progress. 

The smartwatch is waterproof and temperature-resistant, meaning it can withstand water exposure and various weather conditions. It has a 5 ATM water-resistant rating, which means it can handle pressure up to about 50 meters underwater, making it suitable for swimming. However, it is always a good idea to use a water-resistant strap, as it will provide added protection to the watch. It also claims to come with a long battery life that can last up to four days without charging, making it the perfect choice for young professionals on the go. 

The smartwatch has a starting price of US$499. The company also offers subscription options, i.e., a three-year membership for US$6 per month, a one-year membership for US$9 per month or a monthly membership for US$12 per month.

Release Date: Jan 2023

iTouch AIR 4 Jillian Michaels Edition smartwatch

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In January 2023, leading wearables brand iTouch teamed up with renowned fitness expert Jillian Michaels to launch the iTouch Air 4 Jillian Michaels Edition smartwatch and iTouch Active Fitness Tracker. An update to the previous Air 3 model, the iTouch Air 4 smartwatch features a larger interactive touchscreen display and improved biometric sensors for more accurate heart rate and step tracking. 

The “LoveTap” feature is a unique and interesting addition to the smartwatch. Users can easily stay connected and show their affection to friends and loved ones by sending them a glowing heart notification. This social feature is not common on a smartwatch and is sure to be appreciated by many users.

The smartwatch also offers twenty different sports modes to track different activities. This feature can be very useful for fitness enthusiasts and athletes who want to improve their performance and monitor their progress. Additionally, it can be updated directly from the mobile app, which makes it easy for users to track their progress and access their data on the go. 

The iTouch Active Edition Fitness Tracker is a cheaper alternative to the Air 4 smartwatch. Yet, it only includes 13 sports modes, compared to 20 with the Air 4. The prices of the Jillian Michaels edition watches are yet to be confirmed, but they will range from US$75-115 when it releases in spring.

Release date: Spring 2023

The next generation of smartwatches is here, and they are bringing with them refined technology and tremendous capabilities. With advanced health and wellness tracking, stylish design options and plenty of innovative features, these smartwatches will make a statement in the tech world. 

Whether you’re a young professional looking for a smartwatch to help keep you on track or a tech enthusiast wanting to explore the latest in wearable tech, these top smartwatches of 2023 have something for everyone. With the future of technology right at your fingertips, there’s no limit to what you can do.

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