LG has officially unveiled a new smartwatch which will definitely make a spot in the stylist smartwatches around, the LG G Watch R. The smartwatch is considered as a really strong competitor of the famous and soon to be available Moto 360. The G Watch R will make its debut at the IFA Show in Berlin.

LG G Watch R is the Korean Giant’s second addition to their list of smartwatches. Just 4 months ago, LG introduced the LG G Watch, a smartwatch with a not very ‘fashionable’ design. When we talk about the G Watch R, it was made sure by LG that  people who wears watch as a jewelry will also notice it. It comes with a 1.3 inch round plastic OLED display with 320 x 320 screen resolution and it has a steel frame, which resembles a more traditional men’s sports watch. Apart from that, it will have Google’s Android Wear platform, a 1.2Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 4GB of internal memory storage and 512 MB of main memory (RAM), 410 mAh battery, and IP67 certification.

Moto 360 was introduced as a stylish smartwatch and also it was the only ‘circular’ smartwatch, but not anymore. People who are impressed by it are really looking forward to it and it will also make an appearance at the IFA 2014 in Berlin, and LG G Watch R is ready to go head-to-head with it.

The smartwatch market is finally developing, and also it is rumored that Apple is getting ready to introduce their first smartwatch, known as iWatch on September 9 as well. Motorola is planning to reveal the Moto 360 on September 4, with a set of new smartphones on side.

With a lot of smartwatches making their debut next month, it will definitely reform the smarwatch market.

One Response

  1. sasnyc

    Why does LG insist that it will proceed to build a 143 foot office tower atop the Palisades in NJ? That building will ruin an iconic vista that is an American natural and historic landmark, enjoyed by millions. LG’s site is 27 acres, plenty big enough to build a low-rise building that will not be seen over the tree line. Please LG, be a good corporate citizen save the Palisades, don’t deface them.


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