1)Motorola Moto 360 Gen 2
The new Moto 360 comes in two sizes: one with a 46mm case and another with a smaller 42mm case. It will come with Quick Release Bands that allows you to swap bands on the go. Motorola is holding on to the flat tire display of the original Moto 360, but the crown has been moved at 2 o’clock. It sports a heart-rate sensor and runs on the latest Android Wear.
2)Samsung Gear S2
Samsung’s Tizen-based Gear S2 smartwatch comes with a rotating bezel to navigate around the menus. More importantly you don’t need a Samsung phone to operate it since it’s compatible with just about any Android smartphone. There’s also a 3G variant that transforms the Gear S2 into a standalone smartphone.
3)Samsung Gear S2 Classic
The Samsung Gear S2 Classic is the Gear S2 with a more compact stainless steel body and standard 20mm genuine leather strap out. It’s what you call the stylised version of the regular Gear S2.
The Huawei Watch is first and foremost a watch and is therefore closer to one. It uses a round face, a 42mm diameter and a physical crown. It’s made of scratch resistant, double layer sapphire crystal.
The Asus Zenwatch 2 has two variants: a larger 49mm model with a 1.6-inch display and another smaller 45mm variant with a 1.45-inch display. The ZenWatch 2 Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and runs Android Wear. Asus is promising 2 days battery life on this one