LG Smart Watch with Google smartwatches Android’s Ware. Release about on 9th February this year.
First Android Wear 2.0 devices revealed: Google and LG’s Watch Sport and Watch Style. The two companies will unveil these smartwatches on February 9 — at an event for the platform’s official launch — and begin selling them in the U.S. the next day
This LG two model both feature a circular, plastic, OLED display and Watch Sport is clearly the flagship device. It’s large and higher resolution screen (1.38 inches and 480 x 480, versus Style’s 1.2-inch, 360 x 360 face), the Sport also have more RAM in a device (768 MB versus 512 MB, although internal storage is 4 GB across the board) with a larger battery (430 mAh versus 240 mAh).
Both timepieces feature Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and the Sport model throws in cellular connectivity (with both 3G and LTE data) as well as GPS and NFC radios. This latter component allows the watch to take advantage of Android Wear 2.0’s Android Pay capability.
Other notable features include Google Assistant integration and water and dust resistance (IP68 and IP67 certifications for the Sport and Style, respectively). Furthermore, the Sport contains a heart rate sensor and, thanks to its cellular components, is capable of untethered telephony with the same phone number as a user’s primary handset.
In addition to being preloaded on these and other upcoming smartwatches, Android Wear 2.0 will also be pushed out as an upgrade to select legacy watches already on the wrists of consumers.