While deciding to buy an Android Wear device might be easy, picking one that works for you isn’t. As the market floods with several generations of entries from many different OEMs, it’s getting harder every day to pick the best device you can—and get the best deal to boot.

Here, you’ll find a list of all the currently available, upcoming, and now-discontinued Android Wear devices. The top section is useful if you need an Android Wear device right now, but if you’re able to wait—or if you’re on a strict budget—the other two sections should help as well.

For each device, we’ve listed all of the specifications we could find, we’ve given you a couple paragraphs explaining what we think of the device, and we’ve provided some links to reviews and news that might be worth reading. We’ll be keeping this page updated…

Currently available devices:

Sony SmartWatch 3


Manufacturer: Sony MSRP / Sale Prices: $200$175 (Amazon) Display, Battery: LCD, 420 mAh
CPU: ARM A7, 1.2 Ghz RAM, Storage: 512 MB, 4 GB NFC/BT/WiFi/GPS: ✓/✓/X/✓

The SmartWatch 3 is Sony’s first entry into the Android Wear device space, following many years of releasing various smartwatches—many under the same SmartWatch moniker—that never saw much mainstream success. The device is in the middle range of the spectrum price wise, and its looks and capabilities arguably are in line with its cost.

Many months after the initial SmartWatch 3 introduction, Sony announced a steel variant at CES 2015 to little fanfare. Both devices are identical internally, featuring an ARM A7 CPU, 512 MB of RAM, NFC, Bluetooth, and GPS. We got hands-on footage of both variants of the device when they were launched, and we were impressed with both. If the device fits your style, it’s a solid choice.

Read more:

→ Hands-on with Sony’s Android Wear-powered SmartWatch 3 (Video)

→ Hands-on with Sony’s Smartwatch 3 Steel and 4K Action Cam (Video)



Manufacturer: ASUS MSRP / Sale Prices: $200$195 (Amazon) Display, Battery: AMOLED, 369 mAh
CPU: SD 400, 1.2 GHz RAM, Storage: 512 MB, 4 GB NFC/BT/WiFi/GPS: X/✓/X/X

This is definitely a classy smartwatch. Like some of the others, its design says “premium”, with a look that appears overall thinner than most of the other Android Wear offerings. The internal specifications are fairly in-line with the Gear Live and the original G Watch, but that doesn’t keep the ZenWatch from being another great option.

The ASUS ZenWatch packs a 1.63-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 320×320, a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB internal storage, and a 369 mAh battery. The watch strap can easily be swapped — as it’s a standard 22mm in size — and ASUS has some of the nicer watch faces on board by default.

Read more:

→ ASUS ZenWatch hands-on and first impressions (Video)

LG Watch Urbane


Manufacturer: LG MSRP / Sale Prices: $350 / $320 (Amazon) Display, Battery: OLED, 410 mAh
CPU: SD 400, 1.2 GHz RAM, Storage: 512 MB, 4 GB NFC/BT/WiFi/GPS: X/✓/✓/X

The LG Watch Urbane might look a little familiar if you’re an Android Wear junkie, and that’s because it’s very similar in appearance to LG’s sporty offering the LG G Watch R. But the similarities don’t stop with appearance. As a whole, the LG Watch Urbane is more different in its name than basically anywhere else—the internals are almost exactly identical to that of the now-discontinued G Watch R.

The device sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, the usual 4 GB of storage and 512 MB of RAM that you may notice is common with Android Wear devices, an OLED screen, a 410 mAh battery, and more. But most of all, the LG Watch Urbane, as its name suggests, is probably one of the most classy of the current Android Wear lineup in appearance.

Read more:

→ LG Watch Urbane review (Video)

Moto 360

Moto 360

Manufacturer: Motorola MSRP / Sale Prices: $250+ / $200+ (Amazon) Display, Battery: LCD, 320 mAh
CPU: TI OMAP 3 RAM, Storage: 512 MB, 4 GB NFC/BT/WiFi/GPS: X/✓/X/X

When it first launched in 2014, we called the Moto 360 the “best Android Wear smartwatch currently available.” And yes, there weren’t many available at the time. But that doesn’t make this title any less significant. The Moto 360 was definitely the sexiest of the first generation of Android Wear devices, and was the first to feature a round display, which is notably an LCD — unlike most other Android Wear offerings.

Being a first generation product, the Moto 360 definitely has its bugs and kinks. The device has what many have called the “flat tire,” a section at the bottom of the screen that basically serves as its bezel. As we said in our review, though, there are only a few categories that really matter: Design/build quality, functionality, and battery life. And the Moto 360 is pretty much up to par in all three (except that darn flat tire. grr.).

Read more:

→ Moto 360 review: The best Android Wear smartwatch currently available

Upcoming devices:

Huawei Watch


Manufacturer: Huawei MSRP / Sale Prices: Unknown Display, Battery: Unknown
CPU: Unknown RAM, Storage: 512 MB, 4 GB NFC/BT/WiFi/GPS: Unknown

Read more:

→ This is the Huawei Watch, an extremely elegant and attractive Android Wear entry

ASUS ZenWatch 2


Read more:

→ Asus gives us our first look at the ZenWatch 2 – but no specs, price or availability yet (Video)

Moto 360 (2nd generation)


Read more:

→ 2nd gen Moto 360 possibly spotted going through Bluetooth certification

→ Lenovo’s CEO may have just leaked the 2nd generation Moto 360

→ Motorola testing possible Moto 360 successor codenamed ‘Smelt’

Discontinued devices:

Samsung Gear Live


Manufacturer: Samsung MSRP / Sale Prices: $200 / $200 (Amazon) Display, Battery: AMOLED, 300 mAh
CPU: SD 400, 1.2 GHz RAM, Storage: 512 MB, 4 GB NFC/BT/WiFi/GPS: X/✓/X/X

Review: a few days with Android Wear on the Samsung Gear Live

LG G Watch


Manufacturer: LG MSRP / Sale Prices: $230 / $145 (Amazon) Display, Battery: IPS LCD, 400 mAh
CPU: ARM A7, 1.2 Ghz RAM, Storage: 512 MB, 4 GB NFC/BT/WiFi/GPS: ✓/✓/X/✓

Read more:

→ Review: Living with Android Wear and the LG G Watch (Video)

LG G Watch R


Manufacturer: LG MSRP / Sale Prices: $300 / $255 (Amazon) Display, Battery: OLED, 410 mAh
CPU: SD 400, 1.2 GHz RAM, Storage: 512 MB, 4 GB NFC/BT/WiFi/GPS: X/✓/X/X

Read more:

→ LG G Watch R: Hands-on and first impressions (Video)

→ 3 months in: LG’s G Watch R does hardware right, but Android Wear holds it back (for now)

Updated 6/22/15