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In the early 1970s, the first ever smartwatch, the Pebble, was released.

Since then, Apple and Google have been developing smartwatches with varying degrees of success, and now there’s another one to consider.

This time, though, the smartwatch has come in three flavours: the Apple Watch Series 2, the Samsung Gear Live and the Huawei Watch Sport.

Weighing in at around 2.6kg (4.6lbs), the Apple watch is the lightest smartwatch available, and it sports an 8-inch (20.8mm) OLED display with a resolution of 521ppi.

The Series 2 was the first smartwatch to feature a touchscreen.

In the Apple Apple Watch series 2, you can swipe up to the main watch face to scroll through apps, and you can tap on the watch face for quick access to the watch’s home screen.

On the Gear Live, the watch features a 6.3mm thick curved display, but it’s still the smallest smartwatch.

This is because the watch is also the only smartwatch on the market to have a curved OLED display.

In terms of weight, the Series 2 is actually lighter than the Apple Smartwatch 3, which weighs 2.2kg (5.5lbs) and is a full 2cm lighter than an Apple Watch Sport model.

The Series 2 comes in three sizes: 0.75kg (1.3lbs), 1.75g (2.2lbs), and 2g (3.1lbs).

The Series 3 is slightly heavier at 0.8kg (2lbs).

For the smartwands, the screen sizes are adjustable, and they can also be charged via USB.

If you’re looking to buy a smartwatch for your daily commute, you should definitely consider a Series 3 smartwatch with an OLED display and charging port.

To see all the smart watches on sale right now, check out the Aussie Financial Review Smartwatch Comparison.

For the full range of smartwatch specs, including screen sizes and battery life, head to our Smartwatch comparison guide.

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