Looking for a best smartwatch that you can buy in 2016? Here is the list of 5 top trending smartwatches.

5Samsung Gear S2

The Gear S2 by Samsung features a gorgeous Super AMOLED display and a rotating bezel for navigating the user interface. Well-designed and superbly crafted, the device is one of the best smartwatches available today. There are plenty of options to choose from, too — from a sporty Gear S2 all the way to a Gear S2 Classic in platinum or rose gold.

The battery life is better than most rivals; among several Android Wear watches Samsung’s smartwatch beats these hands down. The lack of apps is a niggle, but we don’t think it impacts the overall experience enough to recommend rivals over this device.

Starting at $299.99, samsung.com

4Pebble Time Round

Round is the smartwatch that’s just as beautiful as it is functional. You’ll never miss that call or text again, even when your phone is buried in your bag. With a classic round design, built-in microphone, and a slew of loved Pebble features, you’ll always be in the know without compromising style or fit. Did we mention it’s the lightest and thinnest smartwatch, ever?! Good. It’s pretty gorgeous, too.

The Pebble Time Round features classic looks, an ultra-thin body, and all the functionality that make the brand so popular. Like the regular Pebble Time, the Round sports a low-resolution screen that helps it deliver good battery life.

Starting at $249, pebble.com

3LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition

LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition is a LTE cellular Android Wear smartwatch that enables full operation independent from your phone. LG Watch Urbane features a beautiful, fully circular P-OLED display and excellent build quality. Feature-rich and good-looking, the smartwatch deserves the attention of everyone looking for an Android Wear device.

LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition resembles a classic timepiece with its hairline-etched stainless steel body and durable hypoallergenic rubber band.

Starting at $349, lg.com

2Motorola Moto 360 (Gen 2)

The Moto 360 2 comes in two sizes – 42mm and 46mm (with two different sized displays: 1.37 or 1.56-inch) – in fact, it’s three sizes if you count the different band sizes on offer. The new Moto 360 combines edge-to-edge glass with an exceptionally thin, polished bezel, giving you the largest viewing area. Whether you choose rose gold, black, or silver, the case is precision-crafted from aircraft-grade stainless steel.

Motorola Moto 360 2 features Wi-Fi connectivity, no phone required. Even if your phone’s at home, you’ll still get updates and notifications over Wi-Fi—with full access to voice commands on your watch. Charging is still done through a wireless dock, which comes with the purchase of the watch.

Starting at $299.99, motorola.com

1Huawei Watch

The stunning AMOLED display on Huawei’s Android Wear debutant is a 1.4-inch, 400 x 400, one with a 286ppi count – the highest density on an Android Wear smartwatch so far. The Huawei Watch is designed to be part of your look, and part of your life. It pairs with any Android phone and it’s also one of the first watches powered by Android Wear™ to work with iPhone.

Hauwei Watch comes in two sizes – 42mm and 44mm diameter with same sized displays. It has currently the best display in market, thanks to a 10,000:1 contrast ratio. Huawei watch delivers decidedly upmarket features, such as a stainless steel body and display covered by sapphire glass, for a reasonable price. There are plenty of color options and bands to choose from.’

Starting at $349, huawei.com