Poll results: Which Android Wear smartwatch you'd rather buy: Samsung Gear Live, LG G Watch, or Moto 360?


Google’s Android Wear is off to a good start thanks to three different companies that made three different smartwatches based on it: Samsung Gear Live, LG G Watch, and Motorola Moto 360. Last week, we published a poll asking you to vote which of these new smartwatches you’d rather get. The results are a bit surprising - not because of the product that won most of your votes, but because of the very few votes that the other two got.

As you’ve probably expected, Motorola’s Moto 360 received the highest number of votes: 2,566, or 83.64%. The Samsung Gear Live comes next with 273 votes (8.9%), while LG’s G Watch managed to lure only 7.46% of voters (229).

Unfortunately for all the Moto 360 fans out there, only the Samsung Gear Live and the LG G Watch can be ordered at the moment. Samsung’s watch costs $199, while LG’s device is offered for $229 (both via Google Play). The Moto 360 will be released later in the summer, and we’re assuming that this is because Motorola needs more time to optimize everything for the watch’s round display. The Moto 360 may cost at least $250, and it's said that it's going to be launched at the same time with the upcoming Moto X+1 smartphone.

Which Android Wear smartwatch you'd rather buy?

Samsung Gear Live
8.9%
LG G Watch
7.46%
Motorola Moto 360
83.64%

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