February 9 is the date Android Wear 2.0 becomes official. We already know that Google is not branding or manufacturing its own devices with the new smartwatch OS but is giving the rights to its partners and LG will be first to take advantage.
Famous leakster Evan Blass tweeted the latest renders of LG Watch Sport. They reveal that the smart wearable will have a rotating crown/power button with additional two other buttons.
The smartwatch is expected to feature NFC for Android Pay, GPS, LTE and Google Assistant. The screen is 1.38” in diagonal with 480x480 pixel resolution. The watch is said to come with 768 MB of RAM, 4GB storage, 430 mAh battery and IP68 certification.
I think my work here is finally done. Happy timekeeping, all. pic.twitter.com/WOywzOpUHt— Evan Blass (@evleaks) 8 February 2017
They look so nice.
You are obsessed with Bluetooth 5.0. However this LG sport watch also supports full standalone operation. So Bluetooth is only used when it's connected to a smartphone, and if you are transferring data between the two connected devices.
In a few years smartwatch will has 4gb of ram and people still complain .;