Best smartwatches under Rs 10,000 in India: Realme Watch S Pro, Mi Watch Revolve Active, Amazfit GTR 2e and more

The smartwatch segment in India has been booming in recent years. In fact, the Indian smartwatch and wearables market grew by 144.3 percent in 2020. The growth is quite understandable – people are more conscious about their health than before. If you couple that with a wearable that not only shows you the time but connects with your smartphone and also shows you different fitness and health-based information such as oxygen levels and blood pressure, smartwatches are here to stay.

Also read: Fitness tracker buying guide: everything you need to know before buying a fitness tracker

The good news is you don’t have to spend a bomb on a good smartwatch. With a little bit of research, you can find one that suits all your needs and comes within your budget. With this article, you’ll get a comprehensive look at top smartwatches in India under Rs. 10,000, as well as a buying guide to help you decide how to pick the one that’s best for you.

List of smartwatches in India under Rs 10,000

  1. Realme Watch S Pro
  2. Noise ColorFit Pro 3 Smartwatch
  3. Huawei Watch GT 2E
  4. Xiaomi Watch Revolve Active
  5. Amazfit GTR 2e Smartwatch

Realme Watch S Pro

The Realme Watch S Pro is one of the best in the market today. It offers a circular display measuring 1.39-inches and comes with a heart rate monitor and SpO2 sensor. There’s also a dual satellite-enabled GPS inside the smartwatch so you don’t need to carry your phone when out cycling or running. You can also share the location with your friends and family if there’s an emergency issue. This feature adds another proverbial feather in the safety cap for the Realme Watch S Pro.

Since there are a lot of ways to be active and burn calories, the smartwatch also has support for up to 15 sport modes. You can choose the mode that fits your activity best. Each mode comes with a unique algorithm and configurations to accurately gauge the number of calories burnt. If you keep the Always-On Display enabled, the battery lasts 7 days on a full charge. Otherwise, Realme claims that the battery lasts for up to 14 days. The smartwatch also has support for Android and iOS devices across the board.

Price in India

The Realme Watch S pro is available for Rs 9,999.


You can buy the smartwatch online through Realme’s own e-store and Flipkart.

Realme Watch S Pro: Pros and Cons

Premium stainless steel finishBulky design
Gorilla Glass 3 protection for the displayCan’t reply to messages
SpO2 sensor
Inbuilt GPS

Noise ColorFit Pro 3

Noise has been one of India’s most consistent producers of wearables for the past few years. The Noise ColorFit Pro 3 Smartwatch is a wearable for those who don’t want to spend a lot of money, but also want something quite solid in terms of fit and performance. The ColorFit Pro 3 is compatible with both Android and iOS devices and has an accurate sleep mode and pedometer. It sports a 1.55-inch LCD screen and 14 workout modes. The company states that the ColorFit Pro 3 is waterproof up to 5 ATM, and has a battery backup of about 10 days.

If you are very health conscious, then you will be happy to know that this smartwatch also has a stress monitor, and it also monitors your heart rate throughout the day. You can check the data through your phone’s app to determine your health. It’s also quite light on the wrist, coming in at just under 40 grams. Another important factor in favour of this watch is that it has Health Care Support specifically designed for women.

Price in India

The Noise ColorFit Pro 3 smartwatch can be purchased for Rs 3,999. There are also three colours to choose from: Blue, Pink, and Jet Black.


You can find this smartwatch on both Amazon and Flipkart.

Noise ColorFit Pro 3 Smartwatch: Pros and Cons

Streess monitorVolume control for music could be more responsive
Supports a wide range of applicationsFewer themes and watch faces
It looks premium for the price
Sharp display with crisp visuals

Huawei Watch GT 2E


The Huawei Watch GT 2E has a 1.39-inch AMOLED screen and is water-resistant for up to 50 meters. It also has quite a high pixel density of 462ppi for clear visuals. As for the health tracking, you get an SpO2 sensor, Vo2 Max sensor, stress monitor and sleep minitor. The watch itself runs on a light version of a custom wearable OS but is compatible with both Android and iOS phones. It offers 15 professional workout modes that tracks your progress in real time. Additionally, there are also 85 custom workout modes to explore. The smartwatch is water resistant up to 5ATM.

There are a multitude of watch faces available, and you can customise the data you want shown on the screen. The smartwatch is powered by Huawei’s in-house Kirin A1 chipset which contributes to low power consumption, and a battery life of up to 2 weeks.

Price in India

The Huawei Watch GT 2E retails in India for around Rs 8,990. There are quite a few shades offered, such as Graphite Black, Mint Green, Lava Red, and Icy White.


You can buy this smartwatch on Flipkart.

Huawei Watch GT 2E: Pros and Cons

Easy to navigate through a range of optionsLots of apps need to be download for the full functionality of the smartwatch
Performs well on a daily basisHuawei health tracker cannot be switched off
Very good-looking smartwatch
Accurate health monitoring

Xiaomi Mi Watch Revolve Active

This is an IP68-compliant smartwatch from Xiaomi and has something very unique for its users. Xiaomi uses the Firstbeat motion algorithm to monitor the health of the user. This is quite a feat as the data has been incorporated from elite-level athletes in the world, from different sporting backgrounds. For those of you who are into sports and fitness, this is a great addition and will help you compare and pace yourself with the world’s best athletes. It also has 10 different sports modes for a variety of health and fitness monitoring.

The display is 1.39-inches and is a bright AMOLED display for high-quality visuals and crisp images. The Revolve Active also supports a wide variety of smartphones with different Android and iOS versions. In terms of battery life, Xiaomi states that the battery lasts for 14 days after a single charge cycle.

Price in India

The Xiaomi Mi Watch Revolve Active can be bought for Rs 9,999.


This smartwatch can only be found online at Amazon and Xiaomi’s own e-store.

Xiaomi Mi Watch Revolve Active: Pros and Cons

A bright display and long battery lifeSleep tracking is not very accurate
Support for a lot of fitness activitiesThe quality of the strap could have been better
Customizable with over 110 watch faces
Professional workout modes to give in-depth information about the workout

Amazfit GTR 2e

The Amazfit GTR 2e actually uses a proprietary software native to most Amazfit watches. Add that to the already unbelievable battery life of 45 days on a single charge, and this smartwatch already seems like a winner in a lot of categories. It has a host of other features that are quite basic at this price point, including heart rate monitoring throughout the day, an Sp02 sensor for blood oxygen levels, and a highly accurate sleep tracker. There’s another unique feature of this smartwatch: it uses a Personal Activity Health Intelligence Assessment system. This system uses an elaborate algorithm on the data that it receives from the user to understand the health of the user on a more holistic level. A stress management system is also included with the smartwatch.

Price in India

The Amazfit GTR 2e smartwatch is available for Rs 9,999 in India.


You can buy this smartwatch from most major online retailers such as Tata CLiQ and Amazon.

Amazfit GTR 2e Smartwatch: Pros and Cons

Support for 90 sports modes.Cannot measure temperature very accurately
A massive internal memory of 3GBLift to wake feature reaction time is not satisfactory
Biotracker 2 PPG sensor and Personal Activity Intelligence
Six movement sensors

Smartwatch buying guide

Smartwatches have created a rather aggressive market in India. Due to this, competitors tend to edge out each other with minute changes or features at a particular price point. This situation makes it quite difficult to choose a smartwatch, especially considering the different features that are available these days. Even under the price of Rs 10,000, the sheer range of smartwatches might confuse you. Moreover, if you haven’t used a smartwatch before, there are a few basic things that you have to go look through for comparisons. An informed and well-researched decision can then get you the best product for your budget. Here are a few things to look for when you’re about to buy your first (or next) smartwatch.

Build and IP rating

A good smartwatch will be put through its paces. It’s not like a usual digital or analog watch that will be taken off when you’re working out. The smartwatch, thanks to its various features in tracking heartbeats, calories burnt, and steps will have to endure a certain amount of wear and tear. It also needs to be waterproof enough, as the wearer will be sweating profusely by the end of the workout session. An IP rating is to be expected at the price point of Rs 10,000. This will ensure that light splashes of water or a sudden trip under water for a brief moment will not ruin the smartwatch.

When you’re looking at the design, you have to notice the build quality. The smartwatch needs to have some level of a premium finish so that it doesn’t end up looking like a toy around your wrist. Slimmer designs that are more trendy, casual, and chic will go well with women’s smartwatches. As for men’s smartwatches, most designs tend to be quite bulky, with a sporty or casual look. The high-end smartwatches tend to have a very premium look that would fit even an office setting. Unisex smartwatches are also quite common and have the casual look that suits everyone. Choose a smartwatch that fits your work environment, if you’re considering donning the watch in your office space.

Fitness and health features

The biggest reason for anybody to use a smartwatch is to monitor their own fitness levels in a bid to stay active. With lifestyles getting more sedentary as the years progress, fitness has become the norm to keep oneself active. Wearing a smartwatch often feels like a commitment made to oneself to keep active. Keeping this in mind, the smartwatch needs to have certain features, apart from just the basics of step counting.

At the price point of Rs 10,000, there’s not a whole host of features that you can get. The latest smartwatches at the higher end of the price spectrum do come in with very high-quality and accurate sensors. However, this price point will get you some promising features that you can utilize well. The basics should include a pedometer, calorie counter, sleep tracker, and a heart rate monitor. For people who love to swim, the smartwatch must be water-resistant to an extent. It should also offer activity tracking for a lot of different workouts. If you like going on runs and cycling, an in-built GPS for the smartwatch should also show you the mapping of your runs and bike rides. A few of the smartwatches at Rs 10,000 are also able to monitor your blood oxygen levels. The companion app to the smartwatch will then compile all the data received with a complex algorithm, and give you a basic health report on your smartphone.

OS compatibility

Since a lot of these smartwatches are manufactured by the same companies that produce smartphones, compatibility with other brands becomes a bit questionable. These companies try to lower the competition by creating their own ecosystem so that smartwatches and smartphones from their own companies work the best with their products. Some smartwatches such as those made by Samsung work well with both iOS and Android. However, an Apple Watch will only work with iOS and iPhones. These compatibility issues need to be considered when buying a smartwatch as it will determine how well the smartwatch works. If the OS on the smartwatch isn’t compatible with the smartphone’s OS, then the accuracy of the measurements taken by the smartwatch will not be dependable. On-watch apps and their accessibility will also become an issue.

Battery Life

Battery life on smartwatches has never been anything to boast about. It was only recently that smartwatches have started to manage their battery backup much better, even if all the bells and whistles are switched on. If you switch off most of the features such as the heart rate monitor and the blood oxygen level monitor, you can get at least five days from the smartwatch on a single charge. However, there’s not much use in that. Most people want a good battery life on a smartwatch, especially when they will be using the extra features to track their activity levels and their health monitors. If you are buying a smartwatch under Rs.10,000, there are chances that you will not be getting the best quality display either. This can be a boon as you will be able to squeeze out a few more hours of battery life from your smartwatch. Considering everything, including the features that come at this price category, you’re likely to get at least a week of battery life on your smartwatch

Smart features

One of the major reasons for buying a smartwatch is that it can seamlessly integrate itself with your phone. This makes it easier for you to check your notifications, check the caller ID and choose whether or not you want to talk, or even change the music that’s playing through your phone. There are some smartwatches that come with a substantial amount of internal memory. This allows you to save all your favourite music onto the device and connect it to your wireless headgear. This way, you don’t have to check your phone for music when you’re jogging, running, or cycling. The smartwatches also enable you to change the volume.

Smartwatches at this price range (Rs 10,000) should also have the capability to answer a call, send pre-made replies to a text, and give alerts for messaging apps and social media platforms. This way, you can check your smartwatch and decide if the app alert is worth taking out and using your phone. These are a few of the features that you can expect from a smartwatch at this price.

Anirban Dutta Choudhury

Anirban Dutta Choudhury is a PhD scholar, researcher, and freelance writer. He loves keeping his tabs updated on technology, gaming, pop culture, literature, and philosophy. Oh, and he hopes to take his love for gaming narratives into the academic mainstream.Anirban has five years of experience in writing, whether it's for SEO-based content, blogs, or research papers. He whiles away his free time through reading fiction and philosophy, as an escape from the daily drudgery reality.