LG has announced that the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE will be available in the U.S. starting Nov. 13 from both AT&T and Verizon.
The new device is one of the first to offer cellular data connectivity, especially on a consumer level. It runs Google's Android Wear, and as such, is compatible with a range of both Android and iOS smartphones.
"Staying connected is of the utmost importance to consumers today. With the introduction of the second edition Watch Urbane LTE, consumers have options when it comes to their devices and we are excited to bring the latest to the wearables category," said Morris Lee, senior vice president of North American sales at LG.
LG has been known, ever since the release of the original Watch Urbane, for offering great-looking devices, especially considering the fact that many other watches at the time were less than beautiful.
The Watch Urbane 2 takes things to a new level because it doesn't necessarily need to be tethered to a smartphone all the time, as it has its own cellular connectivity. Users can now leave their phone at home and still stay up to date with their online lives.
Under the hood, the device comes with a Snapdragon 400 processor, 4 GB of storage, 768 MB of RAM and a 1.38-inch 480 by 480 resolution display. The battery is 570 mAh.
The device itself will run for $199.99 from AT&T on a two-year contract, while buying it without a contract will cost $299. Verizon is offering the device for significantly more than that, as the price tag is $449.99 on a two-year contract or $499.99 without a contract.
Via: Android Authority