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A new Wear OS smartwatch from LG now has a due date. It also has a price range. We do not know, however, what sort of connectivity it will have.
A few of the big Android 8.0 features are coming to the smartwatch platform on just about a few dozen devices. Some devices have already received it.
The LG Watch Sport and Watch Style are still technically on the Google Store page, but they are no longer available to purchase from there.
Based on Oreo software, Google's upcoming Android Wear update can be officially beta tested by LG Watch Sport users only.
Android Wear 2.0 fans can't do better than a $140 LG Watch Style right now if they're willing to make do without GPS, NFC or LTE support.
Verizon seems to have randomly halted sales of its LTE-supporting LG Watch Sport, also cancelling shipments of devices previously pre-ordered.
The Android Wear 2.0-powered LG Watch Style still doesn’t support GPS, NFC or LTE by itself, but it’s probably become cheap enough to not matter anymore.
Technically, the LG G6 is cheaper at T-Mobile than AT&T, but the latter carrier offers by far the better deals, also kicking off pre-orders early.
We extend our commentary on those devices, the HTC U Ultra, the Huawei Watch 2 and the LG Watch Sport for well over an hour on our podcast this week.
Maybe that's why you won't be able to replace them with other bands and why accessories manufacturers won't be making any.
Both AT&T and Verizon are selling the watch with compatibility for their respective LTE networks, both with different terms of purchase.
With Google Assistant for your wrist, a massively improved Google Fit app and its own Play Store, Android Wear 2.0 vows to make a splash.
The surprise was ruined, but it's nice to have the LG Watch Sport and Watch Style's features finally confirmed, alongside pricing and a commercial ETA.
Behold, the Android Wear 2.0-powered LG Watch Sport in full, sharp glory, as we wait for Google's official announcements later today.
It's one thing to have LG Watch Sport and Style features rumored by even the best tipsters, but it's way better to see them detailed in official manuals.
In addition to Google moving up its Android Wear 2.0 event (supposedly featuring LG wares), LG seems to be dragging on the dirt trail.
A credible LG Watch Style retail box leak confirms the cheaper wearable's design, while a Watch Sport benchmark sheds some light on its high-end internals.
Would you pay 350 bucks for a current-gen Android Wear device? Probably not, but the 2.0 LG Watch Sport sounds different, powerful and versatile.
We're watching LG and Google in a couple of weeks as the two are expected to lead the charge on Android Wear 2.0. These pictures whet the palette.
We believe at least two smartwatches are on the show schedule along with one flagship smartphone release that's been teased to be "ideal".
According a trusted source, the LG Watch Sport will be the leading product of the two and will feature cellular radios, GPS and a heart rate sensor.