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View Poll Results: Which Android Wear watch will you get?
Moto360 17 25.76%
LG G Watch 14 21.21%
Samsung Gear Live 21 31.82%
Waiting to see other options (HTC, Sony, etc.) 14 21.21%
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With the announcement at I/O, which Android Wear will you get?

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Still AndroidWear SmartWachtes is are so young
No Camera
No Speak-Mic to Answer Call
and lots of more features.
when i compare androidWear by Tizen Powered SmartWatches I will choose Galaxy Gear2


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Camera, had one on the Gear.
Fogged up, terrible pictures.
Gimmicky at best, some people thought it a big creepy.

Gear Neo or Gear 2, I decided I did not want either because I have no use for Tizen, but I did decide to buy one I would not spend almost $100 for a camera.

But that is why Android Wear is going to win.

Multiple vendors and hardware and in the future I am sure some Android Wear devices will have cameras. Even if a camera is not something I am willing to pay for, if people want cameras in time Android Wear devices with cameras will be made.

Who knows if the Gear Live sells maybe Samsung will port over the Gear 2.
 
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I would assume if you don't use Google now on your phone then android wear would be kinda pointless? Google now just drains my battery.

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Still AndroidWear SmartWachtes is are so young
No Camera
No Speak-Mic to Answer Call
and lots of more features.
when i compare androidWear by Tizen Powered SmartWatches I will choose Galaxy Gear2
There is no development what so ever for the Tizen powered watches, and why would you need a 2MP camera on a watch?! Just use your phone's 16MP camera
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