It's not the prettiest watch out there, but Tizen OS offers some neat tricks that Android Wear currently doesn't.
It's good-looking, has good specs, and you can customize the style to your liking.
It'd be nearly perfect if it weren't for the Asus bloatware.
Huawei wants Android Wear users to see its Watch as a fashion statement. And it’s hoping you’ll spend the money to prove them right.
The Android Wear watch comes in two sizes to fit both smaller and bigger wrists.
It’s fast and nice to look at, but the Edge+ is one splurge you'll really have to consider.
Seriously, we didn't think that the Note series could get any better, but it did. This phone-tablet puts even the smaller Galaxy S6 to shame.
Rather than bump up the numbers, Samsung focused instead on optimizing its new phablet device to make it more powerful and more battery efficient.
The Note 5 and S6 Edge+ use the same sensor as the Galaxy S6, but Samsung added a few new software tricks.
Google's latest "sweet treat" name for its mobile operating system is the safe and predictable choice.
Samsung's stylus is back and supercharged with some helpful new features.
Samsung knocked it out of the park with the Galaxy S6 earlier this year; it will prove lightning can strike twice with the Note 5.
The Galaxy S6 Edge+ is the perfect example of how Samsung sometimes does too much, too soon.
The Galaxy Note 5 has been completely revamped, while the Galaxy S6 Edge exists to placate those who just wanted a bigger version of the existing phone.
The third-generation Moto G is better than its predecessors, and it offers a camera that actually snaps nice photos!