LG Watch Sport and Watch Style Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches appear in blurry press photos
We're probably about one week away from the official launch of the Android Wear 2.0, and we have a set of pictures showing two of the smartwatches that will run the new OS for wearable devices.
The LG Watch Sport and Watch Style will be unveiled on February 9, alongside Android Wear 2.0, but they will hit the shelves a few days later. Google and LG have partnered to launch these smartwatches, which will feature deep Google Assistant integration.
Even though the leaked press renders are clearly low-res, at least we're offered a good enough look on what's to come. As mentioned in our previous report, both smartwatches will feature crown buttons, but the LG Watch Sport seems to pack a two additional buttons.
Obvious from the pictures is the fact that the LG Watch Sport is slightly bigger than the Watch Style. This comes in line with the latest rumors that claim the former features a 1.38-inch display (480 x 480 pixels), whereas the latter has a smaller 1.2-inch (260 x 360 pixels) screen.
It's also worth noting that we're offered a view on the titanium color version of the LG Watch Sport, and rose gold variant of the LG Watch Style. The larger smartwatch will also be available in dark blue, while the smaller one will come in titanium and silver.