With the release of Android Wear 2.0, Google and LG announced two new smartwatches: the LG Watch Style and Watch Sport. While the Sport features LTE, NFC, GPS, and a heart rate sensor, the Style is a simplified wearable that only does the basics — but also looks more like a traditional analog watch…
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The LG Watch Style, running Android Wear 2.0, features a 1.2-inch P-OLED 360×360 pixel display, a Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of built-in storage, and 240mAh battery. While the Sport could be referred to as the flagship Android Wear device when comparing the two side-by-side, the Style does stand out to those who want a slim, elegant, and a relatively powerful yet simple smartwatch.
Inside the box, you get the Watch Style, a quick start guide, an AC adaptor with a USB-A female port, and a charging cradle that can be plugged into the included power adapter or any other USB Type-A port. The charging cradle is different than the one that comes with the Watch Sport as the Style lays down flat on top of it when wirelessly charging.
Make sure to watch the video below to see the full unboxing experience for yourself. If you’re interested in the LG Watch Sport, you can watch that unboxing video here. Also, make sure to keep an eye on the site as well will be posting our full reviews, comparisons, and tutorials for both LG Android Wear watches in the coming days.