Last month, an LG Wear OS powered smartwatch appeared at the FCC carrying the model number LM-W315. The only solid information we could get from the FCC documentation was an image of the Wear OS UI that was shown in relation to the watch's use of the FCC's E-Label technology. Now, it appears that a second LG smartwatch, the LM-W319, has also made a visit to the FCC.
Google replaced the Android Wear OS name with Wear OS. The FCC ID number of the LM-W319 is ZNFW319.Again, there isn't much to discuss from the FCC documentation. We do know that the timepiece will employ the FCC's E-Label, and once again we are given a similar image of the Wear OS UI which tells us that the recently rebranded OS will be running the show. You may recall that back in March,
Back in May, some information about the LM-W315 leaked, suggesting that the watch would sport a 1.2-inch carousel display, and be equipped with the Snapdragon 2100 chipset for wearable devices. 768MB of RAM will be inside, along with 4GB of internal storage. The watch will come with an IP68 certification rating allowing it to be submerged in nearly 5-feet of water for as long as 30 minutes.
Since LG will reportedly release both a Sport and Style version of its next smartwatch model, our best guess is that the LM-W315 will be one of those and the LM-W319 will be the other. Pricing is expected to run in the range of $300-$400, and the devices could be offered in Aurora Black and Cloud Silver.