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LG G Watch Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelG Watch
DateJun 2014
Display typeLCD
Display resolution280 x 280 pixels
Display diagonal4.19 cm (1.65")
Ports & interfaces
Bluetooth version4.0
Battery capacity400 mAh
Auto standbyYes
Watch case size38 mm
Watch case colourBlack
Band colourBlack
Protection featuresWater resistant
International Protection (IP) codeIP67
Built-in microphoneYes
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid 4.3
Operating system installedAndroid Wear 1.0
RAM capacity512 MB
Flash memory4 GB
Processor manufacturerQualcomm
Processor modelSnapdragon 400
Processor frequency1200 MHz

Reviews of LG G Watch

Reviewed on 2014-10-24
2014 is the year of smartwatches. Multiple smartwatches gained popularity this year. Ranging from Pebble to multiple smartwatch platforms. Then Google's Android Wear enters to unify OEMs in creating the smartwatch of the future. One of them is the LG G Wa...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-09
The LG G Watch is part of a trio of flagship bearers for Google's Android Wear platform which was announced at the annual I/O Conference two weeks ago . It is currently available through both online and offline channels in twelve countries, including the ...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-25
We take a look at how Android Wear works, and even manage to break some stuff.Google also recently sent us another Android Wear watch we hadn't seen beforeLG's G Watch R, the round version of the regular square G Watch we looked at back when Android Wear ...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-14
Shows all your phone's notifications on your wrist, Always on display, Easy to customize watch face and watch bands, Decent battery life
Doesn't do anything your phone can't already do, Screen tough to read outdoors
Before the holidays Verizon was nice enough to send me the LG G Android Wear-based watch to test drive. It seems like I'm always excited about wrist worn gadgets until I actually strap them to my wrist. Once I do, I quickly tire of them. I was hoping the ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-30
If you simply can't decide which—if any—watch is the right one for you, here are all the strengths and weaknesses of the current crop.I have used all the current Android Wear watches for at least a few weeks, so I have a good handle on what makes them tic...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-06
Smartwatches are going to be the next big thing. They'll keep us connected, keep us informed, and make it feel like we're living in the future. Virtually every mobile phone maker has dipped its toes into smartwatch waters, including Apple, which is going ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-05
Finally. After months of tortuous waiting all has been revealed about the Moto 360, and later today you can buy one . Was the wait worth it? Back when the Moto 360 was first announced that was an easy answer. But now there is some stiffer competition in t...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-29
Google's foray into the world of wearable technology isn't a single smartwatch – it's an entire operating system , dubbed Android Wear. The first of a likely long line of devices is LG's G Watch . At present, only two Wear devices grace Google's Play Stor...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-15
As 2014 keeps on progressing we get more and more smartwatches. Today we take a look at one of the most anticipated watches, the LG G Watch. Why were consumers so anxious for this watch? Well because it runs Android Wear.So let's start with a little backg...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-09
Even though LG has come a long way when it comes to making Android phones, it still has a lot to learn about building the ideal smartwatch.That quickly became apparent as I tested out LG's G Watch ($230), its first major smartwatch and one of the first ro...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-21
I spent the first half of this summer driving around the heat and humidity of the American south, living at campgrounds and the occasional hotel room or guest room. It was a trip borne of madness and masochism, but the last week was a little bit easier th...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-18
Smartwatches have been around for a couple of years now, but most consumers sat on the sidelines waiting for something more compelling. Watches like the WiMM One, Sony SmartWatches, and Galaxy Gears (now just Gear) were all okay, but they seemed to serve ...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-17
The LG G Watch review is here! It's one of the two Android Wear devices you can currently buy, but is it any good? First generation hardware and software usually aren't the best, but let's see how Google and LG came together on this one....
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Reviewed on 2014-07-16
Design is simplistic, minimal, Easy to customize with different watch bands, Fast charging time, Android Wear handles plenty very well already including notification cards and voice commands, Wear should grow quite well
Design might be too minimal for some, No buttons, only touch inputs, Difficult to get battery to last more than 2 days, Some functions still missing, or not perfected, on Android Wear, Smartwatches still on the fringe, not yet widespread
Android Wear has been all over the news since its announcement , be it about the already available and upcoming range of smartwatches, or the slew of new applications that are making their way to the Android ecosystem on a daily basis. It's still early da...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-15
Easy to attach wristband, Convenient charging cradle, It runs Android Wear
More expensive than slightly better competition, Impossible to read in sunlight, Extremely boring industrial design, Poor battery life
LG can't like its smartwatch story arch.Two months ago, LG was the presumptive leader of the Android Wear pack. Most tech pundits (myself included) expected Google to tap LG, its long-time Nexus smartphone partner, to introduce Android Wear to the world. ...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-11
LG has been teasing us with its Watch for a while, but it was finally announced and demonstrated during Google IO. We have been using one ever since we posted our first impressions and the goal for this review if to give you a good sense for how it feels ...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-10
Having Google Now on your wrist is truly useful and convenient. Charging cradle is easy to use. Tracks steps
The hardware is bulky and uncomfortable. Features are limited—for now. Notifications are often delivered with a significant (5minuteplus) delay. Battery lasts barely a day. The constant vibrating of new notifications is really just the worst thing ever...
WIREDHaving Google Now on your wrist is truly useful and convenient. Charging cradle is easy to use. Tracks steps.TIREDThe hardware is bulky and uncomfortable. Features are limited—for now. Notifications are often delivered with a significant (5-minute-pl...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-09
When I was young I wanted to be Michael Knight (I still do) so when the LG G Watch Android Wear launched how could I not buy one and look a little bit more like my hero.Back in the 80's I used to stand in front of our old TV and be glued to the screen for...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-09
Google's wearable tech platform may only be a couple of weeks old, but that doesn't mean you don't have choices. The first two Wear watches to hit the market are the LG G Watch , available for $229, and the Samsung Gear Live , which costs $199. A third op...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-09
Smart Google Now functionality. Larger text than Gear Live. Works with standard watchbands.
More expensive and fewer features than the Gear Live. Short battery life. No physical buttons. Android Wear lacks a Back button. Few apps available. Bulky
Little remembered fact: LG was way ahead of the smartwatch craze when it launched the Prada Link Bluetooth watch back in 2008. And when Google first announced Android Wear back in March, the LG G Watch$179.99 at Dell seemed genuinely exciting—not qui...
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