LG new Android Wear Watches are now official and it came with the complete much-awaited Android Wear 2.0. The LG Watch Style and LG Watch Sport both feature circular P-OLED displays, 4GB of storage, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivities, 1.1GHz Snapdragon Wear 2100, wireless charging and dust and water resistance. “You can scream WOW !”.
As you can tell by the name, the 1.38-inch screen LG Watch Sport is designed for fitness junkies, with an in-built gyroscope, accelerometer, barometer, and GPS sensors to keep track of your exercises and where you go during your workout. It also features LTE connectivity and NFC, meaning that this Android Wear supports an Android Pay. To power all of that, it’s got a larger RAM than the Style — 768MB to Style’s 512MB — and a 430mAh battery.
The LG Android Wear Watch Style’s battery, on the other hand, came with a 240mAh and has a slightly smaller screen at 1.20-inch. It’s also slightly thinner and comes in three different color options which you can expect with fashion-forward watches: the colors are titanium, rose gold, and silver. The straps are genuine leather, but the Style lacks LTE, GPS, and NFC, so there’s no Android Pay option on this model.
The Android Wear 2.0 is also official as of today, but for now, it’s only available on these two watches. The big name “Google” says that it will come as an update to a host of existing Android Wear watches this year, but didn’t confirm when it will be available for them.
The Wear Sport is sold at the price of $349, you can unlock it directly from Google or at AT&T and Verizon, while the smaller and less-equipped Wear Style is $249 ($279 for the rose gold version) at Best Buy or the Google Store. Both will be available starting on February 10th.