Google launched Android Wear in 2014 for wearable devices. Even though only LG and Motorola entered the smartwatch segment initially, several other companies also joined the fray later on. The main highlight of the Android Wear watch is the unique design. For example, all smartphones powered by Android Wear provides support for dust and water resistance via IP68 technology. In this article, we will explore the top Android Wear watches available as of October 2017.

LG Watch Sport

The LG Watch Sport ($253) features a 1.38-inch POLED display with a resolution of 480x480 pixels and 348PPI, Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, 768MB RAM, 4GB internal storage powered by 420mAh battery.

The watch includes an integrated GPS, a Heart Rate Monitor, 4G LTE mobile connectivity with support for Android Pay. It is possible to navigate through menus with the help of the main button located on the right side.

Huawei Watch 2

The specifications of the Huawei Watch 2 ($245) are identical to that of LG Watch Sport except for the display, which is trimmed at 1.2-inch. The disadvantage of the watch is the non-availability of a rotating side button for navigation. In addition to GPS, the Watch 2 also provides support for heart rate monitor, NFC and Google Assistant. The device also includes a running coach with the ability to store music offline. The embedded workout coach functionality helps you to fetch real-time guidance and workout data.

Moto 360 Sport

The Moto 360 Sport ($187) is equipped with a 1.37-inch AnyLight Hybrid display with a resolution of 360x325 pixels, Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage. The watch offers a 300mAh battery, which is less when compared to LG and Huawei watches. The highlight of the watch is that the device features a rugged design coupled with support for GPS and run track.

Polar M600

The Polar M600 ($300) features a 1.3-inch display, MediaTek MT2601 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage and 500mAh battery. The watch is designed to deliver an extended standby time than other competing smartwatches. The device also includes an integrated GPS and optical heart rate monitor. The bundled Polar Flow app helps you to keep track of your fitness on the go.

LG Watch Style

The LG Watch Style ($180) is integrated with a 1.2-inch POLED display, Snapdragon Wear 2100, 512MB RAM and 4GB storage. The major disadvantage of the Style watch is the addition of a 240mAh battery, which is 50% lower than the Sports variant. Moreover, the watch doesn't provide support for NFC, GPS, 4G LTE and heart rate sensor.

According to Android Authority, the Polar M600 smartwatch is one of the best Android Wear-enabled fitness trackers in the world. The fitness trackers manufactured by top companies are expensive when compared to the bands released by Xiaomi, Honor and other companies.