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The Motorola Moto 360
Google caused quite a stir when it announced its wearables OS Android Wear in March. Here are the Android Wear devices that have been revealed so far.
The Moto 360 was one of the most highly anticipated Android Wear devices due to its round face, which was seen as more fashion-forward than its square-faced competitors.
The Moto 360
The Moto 360 is available with a leather or metal wristband.
The Samsung Gear Live
The Samsung Gear Live has a metal body and a rubber strap, available in black or purple on the Google Play store.
Another look at the Gear Live
The Gear Live is water and dust resistant.
The LG G Watch
The LG G Watch was one of the devices given away to attendees of the 2014 Google I/O developer conference.
Notifications on the G Watch
The LG G Watch was one of the first devices running Android Wear. It displays Google Now notification cards.
The ASUS ZenWatch
The ZenWatch has a thin body and stylish leather band.
The face of the ASUS ZenWatch
The ZenWatch face has an AMOLED display and Gorilla Glass.
The Sony Smartwatch 3
The Smartwatch 3 runs Android Wear instead of Sony’s own version of Android. Its rubber straps are interchangeable.
The back of the Smartwatch 3
The Smartwatch 3 is waterproof.
The LG G Watch R
The LG G Watch R is a round version of the G Watch released roughly six months after the original G Watch.
The G Watch R's round face
The G Watch R features a plastic OLED display, and its round design is a way for LG to compete against the popularity of the Moto 360.