LG has lined up two smartwatches for MWC 2015. Both Android Wear smartwatches have drawn quite a bit of attention already, but LG Watch Urbane is probably the most interesting of the lot. Most of the Android Wear devices need another smartphone to be paired with for all the functionalities to work. Thus, packing LTE in the single standalone device, does make it deserve an applause. The heavily modified webOS will certainly make you feel an urge to possess it.
The LG Watch Urbane LTE comes with a 1.3 inch 320*320 P-oled round screen along with a 700 mAh battery. Thus, there is the inevitable increase in the size of the display, making the watch a whole lot more prominent for the eyes. The LG Watch Urbane also has 3 buttons compared to the single button in its predecessor. The watch uses a rubber strap instead of leather coupled with a deployment buckle.
In addition, the watch comes with a 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor, 1GB RAM and 4 GB internal storage. LG has taken connectivity to another level with LG Watch Urbane LTE. Along with LTE, it also has WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth 4.0. The Sensors included are 9 axis accelerometer, barometer, GPS and PPG.
In simple words, LG Watch Urbane is packed with the features that many smartphones do have. The larger battery provides support to the added functionalities and also adds to the runtime. It has a dialer for making calls and also an LTE Walkie Talkie that allows the users to send voice chats to more that one person at a time.
The LG Watch Urbane LTE is packed with powerful features which makes the device one of the must have gadgets while you are on the roads.