Samsung's new smartwatch, the Gear S2, has brand-new design that features a wheel around the face of the watch.
Inside, the software gets a makeover too, with new features and upgraded watch faces.
You can pick from many different designs that mimic physical watch faces.
Samsung has partnered with some brands for specialty watch faces, like this one from CNN that shows headlines.
There are digital watch faces too with various designs.
Here's a side by side of the Apple Watch and Samsung Gear S2. Both watches offer a variety of faces.
Like many other smartwatches, the Gear S2 has plenty of built-in features that complement your phone. Though it's running on Samsung's Tizen operating system (instead of Android), you'll be able to download apps for the watch.
Here, you can read text messages from your phone on your wrist.
You can read the text and scroll through the message.
Reply to messages with a keyboard that's designed with the watch's tiny screen in mind.
Or, if you prefer, you can send a prewritten reply.
You can send emojis from the watch too.
The Gear S2 shows you important info at your fingertips, like calendar events.
Here's a look at the watch's main menu.
With activity sensors built-in, the Gear S2 can measure how many steps you take everyday and the distance you cover.
The watch will measure your heart rate and show it on the screen.
The heart rate sensor is on the back of the watch and measures your pulse using light.
The Gear S2 will nudge you to move more.
You can also use the watch to track how much water, tea, coffee or more you drink each day.
Check you emails from your watch.
Look through your photos too.
Record a voice memo for later.
Apps running on the watch let you do basic functions. With the Uber app, shown here, you can summon a car.