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

As you my have heard, there are now three officially-announced Android Wear smartwatches: LG’s G Watch, Motorola’s Moto 360, and Samsung’s Gear Live (which was announced today at Google I/O 2014). Unfortunately for those who like Motorola’s wearable device, only the Samsung and LG models are available to order today, with shipments expected to start on, or around July 7. However, the Moto 360 will be released “later this summer”, so customers won’t have too much to wait before being able to buy it.

Since all three new smartwatches have Google’s Android Wear in common, while also having about the same prices (around $200), it may be hard for some customers to decide which one to buy - assuming that we’re talking about customers interested in smartwatches, of course. So we thought that a poll (asking you which of these three devices you’d rather have) should solve things - at least among our readers.

You can see the features of the Samsung Gear Live here, and the features of the LG G Watch here. The specs of the Moto 360 haven’t been announce yet, but we know that, just like Samsung’s and LG’s offerings, the Motorola-made smartwatch is water-resistant.

Which Android Wear smartwatch you'd rather buy?

Samsung Gear Live
LG G Watch
Motorola Moto 360


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