The Watch Sport and the Watch Style will integrate the new 2.0 version of the software and debut on the market as early as the middle of next February.
Google confirmed last week that is about to release a new version of Android 2.0 with a notification sent to application programmers. The company did not reveal what would be the first watches to receive the update, but, according to the latest leaks published on Twitter by already known of these wanderings, Evan Blass, the LG will launch two new smart watches to mark the release of this version of the software.
According to the American, who claims to have received first-hand details about these wearables, the South Korean technology will launch the Watch Sport Watch and Style on the market as early as the next day February 9.
If you confirm the early technical specifications for Blass, the clocks will not submit news very innovative, in addition to the operating system. The variant Style will reportedly incorporate a 1.2-inch circular screen, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB of internal storage, a battery of 240mAh, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Clamps, as is already usual in the equipment of this segment, will be removed. The State-of-the-art model, however, is the Sport that if superioriza this first in almost all specifications: 1.38 inches screen, 768 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory, 430mAh battery and heartbeat sensor. In terms of connectivity, the watch counts also with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi sensors, but adds support for cellular connectivity (3 g and LTE), GPS and NFC technology that will be useful to enhance the capabilities of Android Pay. Both equipment will still count with the introduction of Google Assistant and are certified as resistant to water and dust.
Prices have not yet been advanced, but it is expected by Homosociety.com that the LG take both equipment to the next edition of the Mobile World Congress where TeK will be to bring you first-hand news.