AnonD-269201, 25 Jun 2014Waiting for Moto 360, as Motorola is always good at battery life. These two devices have some ... moreYou're complaining about the small batteries of the LG (400Mah) and Samsung (300Mah) with their enormouss specs...
Should've done your homework, since this post is making you look dumb... The Moto360 has 320x290 pixels, which is comparable the processor (720 Mhz) is quite a bit less then those in the LG and Samsung (1,2 Ghz). So yes, it has lower specs then the Samsung, and therefor should use less power, with a bigger battery, but it has more pixels then the LG, with a less powerfull processor and 80Mah less battery capacity. Conclusion: With exactly the same usage, the LG should work not only longer, but also better then the Motorola.
I do get it if you choose for the Motorola though, if we were compairing the looks.
AnonD-236925, 12 Dec 2014does lg g watch compatible with sony xperia z1 Its compatible with any android 4.3 and up!
It's funny, I thought LG didn't believe in the IP certification, as they said when explaining why the G3 isn't water resistant..
Seabear, 26 Jun 2014By circumference. Pixels per inch still apply.It should be by area :)
AnonD-106654, 26 Jun 2014You know u have reached the prime of stupidity when you charge a watch!!!My watch gets charged "automatically" everyday, Seiko Kinetic.
You know u have reached the prime of stupidity when you charge a watch!!!
Anonymous, 26 Jun 2014300-400 is sufficient For such a small size screen plus its basically for displaying notificat... moreOf course its not for gaming, but then why do they put a 1.2 Ghz cpu in it? My old android has a singlecore 800 mhz and it still runs the old 2.1. Plus the Android Wear should be oltimized for low end specs.
AnonD-269201, 25 Jun 2014Waiting for Moto 360, as Motorola is always good at battery life. These two devices have some ... more300-400 is sufficient For such a small size screen plus its basically for displaying notifications.Remember battery is exhausted by Gaming and watching videos generally, which obviously you wont do on these watches.
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2014Yup Moto 360 is the best. Hope Samsung don't copy it.True. Moto 360 design was the best.
Voice commands won't work well in noisy or windy environment and you have no privacy.
Still think Sony SW is a better choice,and has more apps.
What a WASTE of screen real estate by having those "Mega" bezels on the LG?! Eliminate the bezel all together by taking the screen right to the edge! It is also way too thick. Thin is "in". Should be 6-7mm.
While I think these watches are great- as you can check the time without having to get your cell out etc, I do find it rather amusing that they are similar to the first LED digital watches (yes I was around when they came out :-), in that you had to press a button to see the time.
I may be missing something- but as far I can see, you have to touch the screen to see the time. I suspect this will change soon, as after the novelty wears off, people will get annoyed with this, as they did with LED watches. So maybe an LCD screen over the top of active screen, so you can see time all the time?
Also, they don't seem to be selling well, as their price is outrageous- but once cheap versions with LCD displays come out, they will sell like hotcakes!