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I reckon both of the G Watch and the Moto-360 will blow pebble out the water (At least on Android, until an iWatch comes they're the only smartwatch that Apple approved as far as I know) I've already cancelled my Pebble Steel order (Or am trying to anyway) and will be trying to get either the G or the Moto-360 (Or both.)
Originally Posted by I Can Be Your Hero
I do agree with what Phil said on the "emergency podcast" last night about how good quality the colour screens are going to be, and the resultant battery drain - we need more details form LG and motorola. Hopefully they'll be forthcoming in the next few weeks. With regards Samsung, until they start working with non Samsung devices, as far as I am concerned they aren't worth looking at. My phone contract is up for renewal and I was offered a free gear one as a "gift" for signing up and taking the S4. They can't even give the Galaxy Gear away, and the Gear 2 is a little over priced on an as yet (To my mind) unproven OS.
I'm hoping the G Watch will be in the £150-£200 region ($250 - $300 USD) and that way I can probably stretch to both by the time Motorola get the Moto-360 out here 8 months after the US... I'm genuinely excited for both watches and can't wait to see how well they interact with my Nexus 5.