The rumor mill is met once again in the hands of Evan Blass and as said in Xataka Android approximately a month ago, is today gives to know what’s new in Google in terms of smartwatches. As well, the technology giant launches new version of Android Wear accompanied by two new models that have been designed in conjunction with LG, the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style.
In this way, the two smartwatches of LG are the way that Google intends to give to know the most important news of Android Wear 2.0, as the incorporation of Google Assistant or the change of interface. But as often happens when there are several models, there are differences in terms of what can support each and the most demanding will have to go to the model that is also greater in size.
LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style, so are
The names of the products left little mystery in terms your target audience and your design. Actually, the LG Watch Sport is focused on exercise with sensor for keystrokes, GPS and resistance to dust and water IP68. ES the most powerful model of the two, with a Snapdragon Wear 2100 1.1 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and a 430 mAh battery. In addition, it integrates NFC has buttons dedicated to Google Fit and Android Pay and is available in two colors, dark blue and titanium.
Furthermore, the LG Watch Style has a design lighter and more aesthetic, available in three colors (silver, pink and titanium). Maintains the same processor as the Sport, but in this case mounted 512 MB of RAM and a battery under (of 240 mAh) and does not have GPS, NFC or LTE connection. The screens are also different, since in this case it is 1.2 inches while the Sport is 1,38 inch. You have all the features in detail both Xataka Android watches.
The second strong attempt with Android Wear
One of the main novelties expected version 2.0 of Android Wear were in relation to the interface. Here Google explains that the watch face can be customized with data and actions of the most used apps so with only a glance at your wrist the user have the important information regarding their use.
Of course, in the fashion of personal assistants and orders by voice, Google Assistant also integrates into this version of the operating system to be able to perform actions such as inquiries or reservations without touching the screen. On the other hand, reading and response messages also promises to be easier, and can expand the notification and start the dictation with a tap (or if you prefer, with taps) and with Smart Reply, the function of quick answers suggested depending on the message that is received.
So, since Google has not given a specific date of release for the new version, but we do know that Android Wear 2.0 will come gradually to models that support it, which you can find here.