Google And Lg set to Release Andriod 2.0 Watch
Just last month December, Google officially announced that it will release its first Andriod Watch with its partner Lg.
The watch is set to get launched by February 9, and sales will kick off the next day in the United States. Other countries will have to wait for some extra two months after the launch date for them to start benefiting from it.
According to Engadgets, Both watches are said to feature circular OLED displays, 4GB of on board storage, NFC for Android Pay support, iOS compatibility, and a digital crown for navigating the interface, similar to the Apple Watch. That’s where the similarities in hardware end.
The flagship waterproof Watch Sport is slated to pack a 1.38-inch 480×480 pixel screen, with 768MB RAM and a 430mAh battery, as well as a heart rate sensor. It’ll also support a SIM card so it can work independent of a smartphone.
The slimmer Watch Style is water resistant, has a smaller 1.2-inch 360 x 360 pixel display, and 512MB RAM alongside a 240mAh battery.
Of course, there’s also Android Wear 2.0 to look forward to. The updated OS will bring numerous new features like a dedicated app store, handwriting support, a full QWERTY keyboard, the ability for watch faces to display info from other apps and Google Assistant.