If you have a large sink with sufficient headroom, then you should opt for a pull-down faucet. As the name suggests, the sprayer head comes right off the faucet spout in a downward direction. Such faucets tend to have a longer neck or arc to accommodate for the pull-down functionality.
They are easier to use and instantly accessible but if your sink does not have depth then you may feel impeded with a pull down faucet. Remember that you can’t really play around much with the way the spray head extends as it only comes out downwards.
Here are our top picks for pull-down faucets. Feel free to browse around until you finalize on a specific model. Naturally, those to the top are my personal favorites but that does not necessarily have to be what you are interested in.