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LG R W110 Price in Philippines

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Specs of LG R W110

W110 G Watch R Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelW110 G Watch R
DateFeb 2015
Ports & interfaces
Bluetooth version4.0
USB port
Weight & dimensions
Width46.4 mm
Depth53.6 mm
Thickness9.7 mm
Weight62 g
Band width2.2 cm
Battery capacity410 mAh
Compatible memory cardsNot supported
RAM capacity512 MB
Flash memory4 GB
Housing colourBlack
Band colourBlack
Display typeP-OLED
Display diagonal3.3 cm (1.3")
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid 4.3
FM radio
Operating system installedAndroid Wear 1.0
Processor manufacturerQualcomm
Processor modelSnapdragon 400
Processor frequency1200 MHz
International Protection (IP) codeIP67

Reviews of LG R W110
Reviewed on 2015-03-23
Design and build quality, Circular OLED display, IP67 water and dust protection, Battery le (still best in class but not as long as Pebble)
Weak vibration motor
It seems that the hottest trend in the tech industry is wearables, specifically smart watches and fitness bands. While smart watches aren't really all that new, the Big 2 namely, Google and Apple have started to take notice of the success of startup compa...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-11
Following the circular trend of the Motorola Moto 360. LG actually made the screen circular with the LG G Watch R. Fashionistas will finally have a smartwatch that they will not be ashamed to wear it on their wrist.When I first wore the G Watch R, because...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-10
The wearable device market is quickly becoming the most hotly contested space in technology. And for almost every company invested in the area, the most lucrative piece of real estate is your wrist. But with so many choices out there, which smartwatch is ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-14
Classic design, Fine leather straps, Decent battery life, Good performance
Very pricey for its category
When LG came out with their first smartwatch back in March, it looked very plain and simple and had very few features and functionalities. The battery life of about 1.5 days can also be a nuisance since you'll be forced to re-charge it every single night....
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Reviewed on 2015-07-25
The LG G Watch R looks and feels like a real watch but offers heart rate tracking and a nine-axis sensor for full fitness tracking with smartphone notifications. If you want a fitness monitor watch that looks like a standard timepiece, then the LG G Watch...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-08
Beautiful round metal design, Android Wear + a variety of apps and functions, Good battery endurance and fast charging, High-quality display, CPU: Snapdragon 400, a smooth user experience
No speakers, No SIM card support, Compatible only with Android 4.3+
Previously, the main function of watches was to display the time but nowadays things are different. Smartwatches have become more and more popular these days and various tech giants have already revealed their new wearables. Take LG for instance. Followin...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-16
As if destined, I managed to request successfully for a review unit of the LG G Watch R, a product that I have been eyeing since the launch last year.The S$398 package comes with the watch, a charging dock, USB cable, and AC charger. The strap is made of...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-02
With the LG G Watch R here at the start of the year 2015, we've got very little competition in smartwatches. There are several Android Wear watches made by top-tier brands and a few smart watches made by brands we've not ended up sticking with for long. B...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-30
One of the best Android wearables comes with a hefty $300 price-tag and an equally oversized name: LG's G Watch R . LG's second Android Wear smartwatch costs around $150-200 more than the original LG G Watch . While it improves on build quality and aesthe...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-21
Much better than the first G Watch. Epic battery life for Android Wear. Zippier processor than its smartwatch competition. Comes with a barometric altimeter for quick elevation checks. OLED display produces nice inky blacks
Almost twice as heavy as the Moto 360. Leather wristband feels like a cardboard strap. Smaller screen makes reading messages more difficult
Despite being one of the first two Android Wear watches you could buy, LG didn't really make much of a splash with the original G Watch . It was pretty bland-looking, particularly when compared to the beautiful round Moto 360. Now, LG is back with a round...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-19
Superb design, Excellent OLED screen
Average battery life, Some software flaws with Android Wear
Wearables are everywhere. Just the other day while I was taking the train to work I came across different persons all wearing different smartwatches and fitness trackers. Some may still feel that wearables are like a gimmick, but with the plethora of devi...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-19
Strong performance, Great screen, Versatile design
Requires charging cradle, Expensive, No integrated GPS
When you're part of a select group like the first wave of Android Wear devices , a standout member like the Moto 360 is a tough act to follow, but that's exactly what the LG G Watch R aims to do.Whilst CES gave us a few new round-faced wearables, the G Wa...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-02
Beau HD reviews the G Watch R Android Wear smartwatch from LG. The G Watch R is the world's first Android wearable with a fully circular P-OLED display that is not only stylish but high quality. In addition, it is dust and water-resistant and includes a 1...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-01
Good looking, colorful and bright P-OLED display, better than average battery life
Android Wear is still a work in progress with a UI that can be challenging if you don't want to speak to your watch
Price: $299Website: www.lg.comRelated Reviews:Moto 360 ReviewSamsung Gear S ReviewSamsung Gear 2 ReviewSpecs:Display: 1.3" P-OLED touch screen, 320 x 320.Battery: 410 mAh Lithium Ion.CPU, RAM and Storage: 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad core CPU, 512 ...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-01
You already know about smart watches or you wouldn't be here reading this. The latest in wearable technology allows you wrist access to many of the features you love on your smart phone without having to take it out and turn it on. A quick turn of your wr...
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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 2014-12-17
Thinking about picking up a new smartwatch for the new year? iOS users have to wait a while before the Apple Watch hits store shelves, but owners of Android phones already have some compelling choices available.Google's Android Wear platform has expanded ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-13
Battery life, screen colours and watch faces
Tilt to wake and poor leather strap
Round is cool. That's just a fact – wheels, money, Oreos… they're all brilliant. We've only seen two attempts at round Android Wear watches, and just one if you count the flat tyre of the Moto 360. Why there isn't more, only manufacturers know. Most have...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-09
Sleek design integrates hardware with software, Topnotch hardware, Battery life among the best for Android Wear devices
Software experience still needs refinement, Bulkiness might be a deal breaker for some
While LG was quick to jump into the Android Wear ecosystem with the original G Watch , the G Watch R feels more like their first true attempt at an Android smartwatch. It refines much of what was introduced with the G Watch while opting for a circular for...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-04
Much better than the first G Watch. Epic battery life. Zippier processor than its smartwatch competition. Comes with a barometric altimeter for quick elevation checks. OLED display produces nice inky blacks
Almost twice as heavy as the Moto 360. Leather wristband feels like a cardboard strap. Crashy. Screen sensitivity issues
Almost twice as heavy as the Moto 360. Leather wristband feels like a cardboard strap. Crashy. Screen sensitivity issues.Note: The first review unit we received of the LG Watch had problems. After working with Google to identify what the problems were, I ...
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