Saturday , August 19 2017

LG releases a ‘Lookbook’ for the LG Urbane smartwatch – all the looks in one video

LG Watch Urbane
LG’s next smartwatch, the Urbane looks set to be a real style piece as opposed to the basic G Watch and the more sporty G Watch R. To set the scene for the variety of different styles available for the LG Watch Urbane, LG has released a ‘lookbook’ video to show them all off.

LG will offer two bands based on the chasis colour of the LG Watch Urbane, a brown strap with the Gold metal body, while the silver metal body will ship with a black strap as standard. But it looks like the 22mm band on the watch will offer owners a lot more choice when it comes down to the final look. Check out the video to see how it will look:

LG Australia has already been teasing the LG Watch Urbane, putting the promo video for the watch up on their YouTube channel, but so far they haven’t announced a release date or price. Our appetites are whet, and now we’d love to hear more about this great looking watch.

 
Source: LG YouTube.

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3 Comments on "LG releases a ‘Lookbook’ for the LG Urbane smartwatch – all the looks in one video"

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Nice looking watch, seems a bit large though. Is this the watch that doesn’t run Wear, or am I thinking of another?

bazza82
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bazza82

‘LG Watch Urbane’ (the one referred to above) runs Android Wear. ‘LG Watch Urbane LTE’ runs its own custom software and can operate independently of a phone. LTE version is a bit chunkier and has three buttons on the side instead of the single button on the Android Wear version.

JeniSkunk
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The only ones I know of not running AW, from the major Android phone manufacturers, are all from Samsung.

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