Two new smartwatches might be unveiled under the flagship of LG, which will house Google’s newly updated OS Android 2.0. The software is due to be brought to day’s light on the 9th of February.
Everything would have remained unclear if TechnoBuffalo had not spotted the low resolution photos that give a glimpse of the product. Reportedly, one is named Watch Sport and the other Watch Style.
Some basic features have also been outlined by various media.
- Both have circular displays
- A rotating digital crown for menu navigation
- Touchscreen as a separate input method
- 38-inch OLED display
- resolution of 480 x 480
- built-in LTE connectivity
- an onboard GPS
- heart rate sensor
- 768 MB of RAM
- a rubber wristband
- a 430 mAh battery
- Smaller in size
- a 1.2-inch display
- resolution of 360 x 360
- 512 MB of RAM
- a lower-capacity battery at only 240 mAh
- might be shipped in leather straps.
The Watch Sport, if judged by looks, could have a size equal to LG Watch Urbane 2 or Samsung Gear S3.
Reportedly, both the watches could come up with metal finishes for the main body and equipped with resistance for dust and water. Likewise, both can house 4 GB of internal storage.
Keeping in view the previous three models of LG that were passed through FCC, the upcoming models too would feature wireless charging or charging pad, which can be lauded as a valuable feature. Those who are avid to use wireless watches really feel at ease when they are relieved of the tiring task of keeping themselves ‘wired’ everytime.
As of the hardware, there could be seen three buttons on the Watch Sport, while the Watch Style features only a single crown.
However, such fuzzy looks of the photos cannot be used for a final judgment. We hope Google must have very convenient and smart input methods available in the new smartwatches.