LG Watch Urbane - see all the beautiful official images
posted by Luis D.
Feb 16, 2015, 4:00 AM
There's no getting around this, folks. The LG Watch Urbane is a complete stunner. It looks as premium as if LG invented premium with it. It's stylish and, unlike the LG G Watch R, truly unisex. It's also the first example of a manufacturer using flexible P-OLED screen technology to design something outright gorgeous - not just interesting, or should we say the hateful word, gimmicky.
Cutting-edge screen technology might be at the heart of it, but the LG Watch Urbane is beautiful on the outside too - it's an amalgam of stainless steel in polished silver and gold, with a natural leather strap. But instead of complicated mechanisms, inside you'll find regular smartphone innards. If we were Swiss watch craftsmen, we would have looked at it with resentful respect.
While we're waiting for LG to announce price and availability details, feast your eyes on the beautiful official images that depict the G Watch Urbane in all angles, poses, and usage scenarios. Look at how far we've gotten from the LG G Watch in less than a year!
LG WATCH URBANE MELDS CLASSIC LOOK WITH ENHANCED FEATURES
Elegant, Full Metal Smartwatch from LG Coming to MWC 2015
SEOUL, Feb. 16, 2015 — LG Electronics (LG) will unveil its first all-metal luxury Android Wear device, LG Watch Urbane, at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015. As its name suggests, the smartwatch is designed for a sophisticated and cosmopolitan wearer that delivers unparalleled technology and performance. LG Watch Urbane is the perfect device for wearers looking to add both style and high-tech flare to their everyday lives. The LG Watch Urbane follows closely in the footsteps of the LG Watch R, the first smartwatch with a full circular Plastic OLED (P-OLED) display, which LG launched in October 2014. While the LG Watch R was designed with the active user in mind, the LG Watch Urbane is more formal with a thinner profile making it perfect for either men or women. Resembling a luxury timepiece, LG combined a classic design and innovative features to add style and convenience to everyday life while raising the already high standards set by its predecessor.
The LG Watch Urbane is crafted around the same 1.3-inch full circle P-OLED display as the LG Watch R but features a narrower bezel that gives it sleeker lines. The LG Watch Urbane has all of the hallmarks of a fine watch, making it the perfect fashion accessory. Its stainless steel body is available in polished silver and gold finish and is complemented by a beautifully stitched natural leather strap for a more classic look. The strap can be replaced with any 22mm wide band to suit the occasion or the wearer’s mood. Powering all of this is an intuitive touch-based user interface that makes the LG Watch Urbane compatible with smartphones running Android 4.3 and above.
Like the G Watch R, LG’s latest Android Wear device includes a photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor that can measure a wearer’s heart rate and average pulse during exercise. Always-On ambient mode shows the time on the display at all times in dimmed mode, saving battery life. “The LG Watch Urbane’s classic design and smart features make it the perfect smartwatch to complement our G Watch and G Watch R, which were designed as more casual and active devices,” said Juno Cho, president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “LG Watch Urbane is an important part of our strategy to develop wearable devices that are worn and viewed as everyday accessories, not electronic gadgets.”
Additional details including price will be announced in local markets at the time of availability.
Chipset: 1.2GHz Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 400
Operating System: Android WearTM
Display: 1.3-inch P-OLED Display (320 x 320, 245ppi)
I just ordered the G Watch R, i was waiting for this but it isn't what i expected.
I like 48mm watches, and the Watch R does look bold in the hand, while this one is a bit classic and slightly feminine.
Imo, with a better strap, the Watch R is definitely better looking than this one
I just googled images for the LG Audi web OS watch to see if I was wrong about that watch looking way better than this. I wasn't. The Audi watch looks way better. Why couldn't LG just use that design for this watch? Disappointed.
I would be the first in line for that one. This one, not so much.
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