Nov 16, 2015 08:18 PM EST
The new LG watch is the first device that offers the new feature directly out of the box. The announcement of Google of cellular support to its line of devices of Android wear exemplifies the announcement of The LG Watch Urbane 2 LTE that is now accessible in the market.
The new offering of LG watch runs with Android 6.0 marshmallow based Android wear 1.4 updates. This update offers app permission and many added features. The Urbane 2 sports a 1.38-inch display that is protected by the Corning Gorilla glass 3 that assures the consumer for more screen endurance of the device. Its core is a Snapdragon 400 processor that is more than enough to handle the basic tasks of the smartwatch with 768 MB of RAM for faster performance. It also has 4 GB internal storage with 57 mAh power that is enough for the device to run two full days according to the Korean company. Its architectural frame is composed of 316L stainless steel case finished with brush metal for added protection. One of the most notable features is the SIM key, which allows the device for a cellular function. The available connectivities of the device are NFC, WIFI, Bluetooth and LTE/4G.
The overall feel of the device is also good considering that it has three side buttons, and the design of the LG Urbane 2 is considered both by AT&T and Verizon reviewers as classy and sporty. The best part of the device is its software integration. As announced by Google, the update 1.4 will give the users a couple of new wrist gestures that make the device experience greater than before. It can open doors for audio-activated commands given that the device has the necessary speaker or audio tech.
The At&T retails the device at $300 and $500 by Verizon.
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