Jan 31, 2017 04:03 AM EST
LG Watch Style & Sport: The First Android Wear with A Feature Found in Apple Watch
Google will roll out Android Wear 2.0 and LG is gearing up for its incredible smartwatches launch, running on the latest firmware. Check out the details!
LG Watch Style and Sport
Previously, there were leaks suggesting the smartwatches specifications but it's Evan Blass who managed to update the crowds with real images of LG Watch Style.
Furthering the detail, the reputable tipster posted a photo consisting four LG wearables in rose gold and silver colors.
Specs-wise, LG Watch Style and Sport will reportedly be the first smartwatches running Android Wear 2.0.
The Style variant will rock 1.2-inch display (360 x 360) and pack 512 GB RAM on board with 240 mAh capacity powering the device. It features Bluetooth and WiFi, according to PC Advisor.
The bigger model, LG Watch Sport, will be rocking 1.38-inch (480 x 480) display and 756 GB RAM in tow. The premium timepiece is said to feature GPS and NFC.
What's interesting about the two wearables is that both will be integrated with Android Pay and use Digital-crown-like feature - something found in Apple Watch.
LG Watch Style, in silver (top) and rose gold (bottom) pic.twitter.com/JlHaq35bZ0— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 28, 2017
From the high-res image, LG watches don't seem to look all athletic. The subtle bezel is elegantly paired with stylish leather-like straps. According to Droid-Life, Style will sell for around $249.
LG Watch Style and Sport Launch Date
Google will reveal Android Wear 2.0 on Feb. 9 and the same timeframe is expected from LG Watches.
Android Wear 2.0 now rumored to launch on Thursday, February 9th https://t.co/sFkpCbmEhl— iDoctor (@iDoctorMT) January 21, 2017
Android Wear 2.0
The Android smartwatch operating system will be a true rival for Apple WatchOS.
The update brings many improvements and the fact that it can operate on Android and iOS could give an advantage to the wearer.