LG Brings the Smart Watch Brazil Competitor Bike 360, G Watch R

Accessory features 1.3-inch round screen

One of the great surprises d LG Digital Experience event held annually by 2015, LG to present their innovations to the Brazil, on Thursday (12) was the arrival of G Watch r. Announced at IFA 2014 , the smart watch is the brand’s first round screen, which recently showed a new model in like manner in the MWC, the LG Watch 2015 Urbane.

The accessory arrives to accompany the release of Flex 2 G, repeating a strategy already adopted previously by LG, the device has suggested retail price of R $1,299 and forecast to hit stores in the first half of April.

With sports design and leather strap, the Watch is the smart watch G that most directly competes with the Bike 360, especially for presenting a completely circular display. In addition, both have a stripped and runs Android Wear, the Google system version for your mobile device.

G Watch screen is OLED, has 1.3 inches and is obviously sensitive to touch. In addition to tell time, the gadget allows the user to take pictures with the smartphone remotely answer messages, read your notifications, control your list of songs and make use of voice commands, among many other functions. The clock even included various sensors, such as heart rate sensor, and accelerometer calorie counter that work independent of the smartphone. The connection with the mobile phone is made by Bluetooth.

Inside, the G Watch has a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 1.2 GHz, 512 of 410 MB of RAM and 4 GB of internal memory. In addition, the device has IP67 certification, which allows the watch to be using for 30 minutes submerged in up to one meter of water. Its 410 mAh battery is one of the highest in the market, and has estimated duration by the manufacturer in a day and a half to two days.

The bracelet is of genuine leather in black color, to match the body clock, which is made of a rigid plastic, but can be changed. A blank sports watch should reach Legalarmist. The device will be manufactured in Brazil.