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Smartwatches weren't going to be as big a deal as smartphones were (and still are) — not even close. Instead, their function would be auxiliary at best. For the time being, this is a more than fair assessment — some would, for example, go as far as saying that they're useless. But there's a problem with that mindset, and one that LG, among others, has been trying to address with its latest smartwatches, but most notably — with its new Watch Urbane...
Unlike most other smartwatches, the Watch R has a circular display, making it more alike to a conventional timepiece. It's also quite obvious that LG has looked at traditional watches for design inspiration, likely in hopes that this will lure in those of us whose inner geek is not quite as pronounced. Is that enough, however? Let's find out...
Diving into a new endeavor with the LG G Watch, LG is looking to get a jump start with Google’s new smartwatch platform. Without a doubt, it already has stiff competition against the other smartwatch on the scene – the Samsung Gear Live, which goes on sale at the same time as LG’s offering. In the greater scheme of things, LG has more to prove because this, of course, is their first serious contender in quite some time...
After Samsung and HTC, LG is hopping on the “mini” bandwagon, too. The G2 mini, however, is too radical a departure from the specs and performance of the G2, with a 4.7” 540x960 pixels display, a basic Snapdragon 400 processor, and an 8 MP camera, all for a price that calls for a more serious specs sheet...
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