LG’s new Sport focused Android Wear watch which will be launching as a reference device for Android Wear 2.0 has leaked again thanks to Evan Blass.
The watches are shown off here in what appears to be Black and Blue colour options. While we’ve seen the black previously, the Blue colour option is new, it should match nicely for anyone with a Really Blue Pixel phone. The picture gives us a slightly better look at the ‘digital crown’ or power/rotating side button as LG call it in the leaked user manuals.
I think my work here is finally done. Happy timekeeping, all. pic.twitter.com/WOywzOpUHt
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 8, 2017
Hardware wise, the LG Watch Sport is expected to be quite high end with a 1.38″ 480×480 resolution display and come with heart rate monitor, GPS, and an IP68 rating. Under the hood 768MB of RAM and 4GB of storage will be available and power from a 430mAh battery should get you through the day with an LTE radio. NFC is expected to be on board to support Android Pay, a flagship feature of Android Wear 2.0.
The LG Watch Sport, and LG Watch Style, the smaller more stylish watch option are expected to be released in the next day or two alongside Android Wear 2.0. We’ve already confirmed that the watches aren’t destined for Australia, so fire up those shipping forwarders if you want to get your hands on one.