Android Wear 2.0 Launched With Two Android Pay Compatible LG Smartwatches

(Android Wear 2.0 Stand-alone Store Under Construction)

Breathing a new life in smartwatch trend, Google has come up with what otherwise can be called a revolutionary change in the stream of wearables. Its latest Android Wear 2.0 could prove to be a great aegis for the dying fashion. Without a doubt, wellness is a major focus of smartwatches. However, Google has enhanced some new useful features utilizing Google Fit. It is great news for the fans as at last Google has unveiled its latest Android Wear 2.0 OS incorporated in the new LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style.

A reliable source had hinted at the fact that Google would soon release its updated version for wearables with two smartwatches.
The LG Watch Style will include a 1.2-inch 360×360 screen, powered with 512MB of RAM. The LG Watch Sport runs on an MSM8909W processor and a 1.38-inch Circle POLED screen with the resolution of 480 x 480 and 348ppi. Among other gravitating features, maybe the most helpful one that accompanies Android Wear 2.0 is its QWERTY keyboard.

Verizon confirmed the price for its first wearable gadget at $300 (£240). Since it doesn’t have a compatibility with the network connection, nor a heart rate sensor, some of Android Wear 2.0’s freshly discovered and enhanced useful features may not be entirely found in it. So it seems a win-win situation for LG smartwatches.

The release of Android Wear 2.0 will also set a stage for the official unveiling of the LG Watch Sport and Watch Style. The innovation gives shoppers a chance to make NFC-empowered transactions. Today, Google unveiled points of interest of its new Android Wear 2.0 redesign, which it initially wanted to launch a year prior before postponing its release in September. The smartwatches that officially made their appearance at CES 2017 show incredible design and adaptability.

Android Pay is also compatible with the latest update, which enables the users to have a lot of ease as it is furnished with NFC feature to transact while shopping with only a touch on the gadget.

The LG Watch Sport offers a simple look at 14.8mm tall for ease and a capacity to fit on the wrist without consuming up extra space. Both gadgets accompany a side button for fast navigation, which users can use to read notification and messages or look through menus simply by rotating it. As indicated by official sources, Huawei’s second smartwatch will be released in next three months’ time and will be available in the United Kingdom during April and May this year.

Google is likewise building a dedicated store for Android Wear 2.0 which will enable the users to download the apps directly from the smartwatches, and they can do away with downloading the apps first on the mobile phone and then transferring them to the watches. Google is reported to have been working on more smartwatches in association with LG. These developments will support the wearables trend upto a great extent, and we can expect to see the rise in the sales of the gadgets.

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