Motorola's Moto 360, the LG Watch Urbane, Sony's SmartWatch 3 and the ZenWatch 2 by Asus are some examples of Android watches. Android watches vary in cost based on the manufacturer, style and available functions.
The Moto 360 line of watches comes in fashion and sport varieties. The standard fashion version has a choice of two screen sizes, multiple wristband options and is both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi equipped. The sport version has a single-structure silicon base and band with an ultraviolet coating to deflect sweat. An AnyLight liquid crystal display adjusts according to the available ambient light.
LG's Watch Urbane has a stylish design suited for men or women that is available in silver or gold with a leather band. It is a dressier design than many of the sport Android watches and is available in 23-karat gold with an alligator leather strap.
The SmartWatch 3 is available with a rubber or stainless band and a 1.6-inch square display. Its battery can go two days without charging and it is the only current Android watch with GPS function, as of 2015.
The ZenWatch 2 has two available screen sizes and wristband options that include leather, steel, rubber and Swarovski crystal. It is designed for improved messaging, including emojis and a smart assistant to help view calendar alerts and email content.