Despite the sad­ness in the sales of smart­watch­es based on Android Wear, man­u­fac­tur­ers con­tin­ue to release more and more new mod­els, hav­ing learned from the cur­rent sit­u­a­tion. In par­tic­u­lar, the most attrac­tive out­ward­ly mod­el Motoro­la Moto 360 turned out to be the most suc­cess­ful. Apple ini­tial­ly focused on the orig­i­nal design. LG has now done the same, pre­sent­ing its third smart watch. Watch Urbane.

In terms of tech­ni­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics, the nov­el­ty is almost iden­ti­cal to the LG G Watch R mod­el. It con­tains the same round 1.3‑inch P‑OLED dis­play (320x320 pix­els), a sim­i­lar heart rate sen­sor, a Qual­comm Snap­drag­on 400 proces­sor (1.2 GHz APQ8026 + Adreno 305, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB flash mem­o­ry) and a 410 mAh bat­tery. LG itself claims that there are oth­er fea­tures (for exam­ple, water pro­tec­tion at the IP67 lev­el), but so far they are not cov­ered, leav­ing all the “deli­cious” for the MWC 2015 con­fer­ence, which will be held in Barcelona from March 2 to 5.


In a strange way, he is hold­ing a saucer

The main fea­ture of Watch Urbane is the design like a clas­sic wrist­watch, a full met­al case with nat­ur­al steel or gold col­or and a com­plete strap made of high-qual­i­ty gen­uine leather. If desired, it can be changed to any oth­er with a mount­ing width of 22 mm. The Kore­an com­pa­ny has not yet announced the exact release date and price of the nov­el­ty. [LG]