1.3" Full Circle P-OLED Display with Gorilla Glass 3 and Full Metal Body with Screw-Less Back Cover | Compatible with most devices with an Android 4.3 or later operating system | Fitness Integration with Built-In Continuous Heart Rate Monitor and syncs with sensors and applications for real time health and fitness data | Environmental Biosensors - detects and tracks Barometric Pressure, Gyroscopic Movements, Accelerometer, Geomagnetic Sensor, PPG Heart Rate Monitor | Music Streaming - stream music stored in the internal memory to a compatible Bluetooth device.
1.3" Full Circle P-OLED Display with Gorilla Glass 3 and Full Metal Body with Screw-Less Back Cover | Compatible with most devices with an Android 4.3 or later operating system | Fitness Integration with Built-In Continuous Heart Rate Monitor and syncs with sensors and applications for real time health and fitness data | Environmental Biosensors - detects and tracks Barometric Pressure, Gyroscopic Movements, Accelerometer, Geomagnetic Sensor, PPG Heart Rate Monitor | Music Streaming - stream music stored in the internal memory to a compatible Bluetooth device.Less
In many ways, the LG Watch Urbane is a regular member of the company's smartwatch line. It is a new product, with a fresh exterior, trying to target a different demographic. In all fairness, it isn't much different from the G Watch R after all. The hardware in the pair is almost identical, to such a degree that even the apparent inclusion of Wi-Fi, is nothing more than utilizing a radio that was already there.
So, the true question here isn't really whether the Watch Urbane is good or bad. LG has definitely managed to refine the G Watch R, with no glaring compromises. The real he... Full review
For $349, the LG Watch Urbane is one of the most expensive smartwatches on the market. If you’re looking for a stylish smartwatch, then this is the one to get. But for the price and still developing Android Wear operating system, I do find it hard to recommend for most people. Once again, unless your primary reason of buying it is for a fashion statement, most of the unique features found on the Urbane will come to many other Android Wear smartwatches in the coming months so it’s not like the new gesture support or the Wi-Fi support or even the new app launcher is exclusive to t... Full review
The Watch Urbane does a nice job of looking like a traditional wristwatch and it follows the G Watch R in bringing solid performance and battery life to Android Wear. Still, it's expensive now with Android Wear prices tumbling in recent months. And it falls just short of being either so beautifully crafted we have to have it or so genuinely useful that it blows its direct competition out of the water. We've seen a lot of smartwatch attempts from LG and this is a huge improvement over 2014's boring square G Watch. If you're more interested in a slightly flashy, tech companion than tracking h... Full review
In our mind, out of all the smartwatch makers on the market right now, LG is one of very few that seems to get it — a smartwatch needs to blend in, and not stand out, in order for people to consider purchasing it. It also needs to be well-designed, made out of respectable materials, and not require constant charging. LG has arguably scratched all of these requirements off the list with the Watch Urbane.
We also appreciated the organizational nature of the latest Android Wear update, which turned chaos into order, and even brought a few extra features to sweeten the pot for pro... Full review
The Watch Urbane is the most expensive Android Wear watch available, and all it has to show for it is an all-metal casing with a style that is at best, divisive and at worst, gaudy. It functions well, and it’s your first chance to see the new Android Wear 5.1 update, but with a price tag more than $100 higher than the competition, I expect more. More innovation, and more refined design.
The battery lasted through a typical day, but not any longer—how about addressing that? How about a larger display? Or a significantly thinner, smaller, lighter casing that works well for... Full review
The Urbane is a clear (and mostly thoughtful) improvement) over LG's last two watches, and stands right up alongside the rest of the Android Wear greats. In fact, the blend of LG's hardware and Google's updated software makes the Watch Urbane the most complete example of Mountain View's wearable vision to date. With all that said, though, its broad, chunky design, hefty price tag and lack of any dramatic technical improvements make the Urbane a hard sell. If you're gung-ho about Android Wear and need something that won't clash with your suit, the Watch Urbane is your single best choice righ... Full review
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