As the first "round" Android Wear watch, got a lot of attention for its unique look. The incomplete circle in the display is due to the Moto "display shelf" which includes sensor for auto-brightness controls — something few competing watches offer. The always-on display and included quick-release straps made the 2015 Moto 360 a popular successor to the original, but the ability to personalize the watch to your liking is where this watch truly stands out. You can build your own Moto 360 on Moto Maker with a custom bezel and watch casing, or you can buy one of the more common designs in many stores around the world.
And don't look past Huawei's leather. We've used many Android Wear watches with any number of types of leather bands, and Huawei's is the first that hasn't disappointed us. It looks as good as it feels, with proper stitching down both sides. And if you don't like the leather, Huawei has a number of first-party bracelet options as well. And both the watch and body are available in a number of colors, styles — and price points, ranging from $349 to $799 for gold on gold.
Huawei's first try at Android Wear did a lot of things right. First, off, it's round, which at this point is a near necessity for a watch to land at the top of our list. And the (as the company is quick to remind you) is all-the-way-round, with no "flat tire" to break the perfect circle. The bezel is nicely sculpted, make it look a little thinner than it actually is. And while the lugs are still a little on the large side and the body perhaps just a tad thicker than we'd like in a traditional watch, it remains nicely designed. The 2-o'clock crown position is a nice touch as well.
Bottom line: If you want an Android Wear watch that matches your personality and prefer functionality to form, this is the watch for you.