I've owned many Tranya headphones/earpieces in the past so I can say I trust the brand, and for that, I was eager to try this budget smartwatch. For the price I got, it's a good, sleek watch! The app leaves something to be desired though. But if you don't mind all the other fancy features and just want a simple smartwatch with a decent display, this will do it. Design: Very sleek and lightweight. Even its box is so sleek! I think with the style and display, Tranya's trying a little bit to make this watch look like and feel like the Apple Smartwatch, especially some of its icons and text look similar. Display and touch sensitivity: There is motion sensitivity, i.e. the display will light up when you raise your arm, but it annoyingly takes about 1-2 seconds, and sometimes a couple of arm raises before the display lights up (in comparison, my bottom-tier Garmin watch almost lights up instantaneously when you raise your arm). The display is quite responsive, although I have to get used to many of the swiping options (It's not just up/down... also left/right on some screens) There is no "always-on" setting for the screen, which would've been sometimes useful. The display will remain on for 5, 10, or 15 seconds (those are the only choices). Overall, the watch display is good, especially for this price range. You can choose from a variety of displays, if you like to show all of the info like your heart rate, calories, steps along with the time; or if you just want a simple display that shows the time, you can change it to that too. Activities, stats recording, other features: It shows you the weather, alerts you when someone is calling you (weirdly though you can only 'reject' but not answer from your watch), it has both a 'find my phone' and 'find my watch' feature, it can control the music (at least with Spotify it worked), but I don't think it can store music unlike other smartwatches, you can read and dismiss messages and other notifications from your watch (you choose which apps can send notifications via the app) and you can also record your activities directly from the watch, which I haven't tried but maybe I'll try on a run later. It also gives you real-time heart info like bpm, and as with any smartwatch, your number of steps. Band: It's a long band, will fit a large range of wrist sizes. Not very soft but also not uncomfortable. Water resistance: it is rated IP68, meaning (theoretically) you can submerge it beyond 1m. I haven't tried to yet. App: It uses GloryFit, which is a decent standalone app. The app can show you a lot of decent stats from your watch, and within the app, you can also control what apps on your phone will give you notifications.
The most cost-effective smartwatch