LG G Watch to support 3G connectivity, report says

LG G Watch to support 3G connectivity, report says

PanARMENIAN.Net - The LG G Watch will include support for 3G connectivity, according to a report, Digital Spy said.

G for Games brings word from the firm's native South Korea that the device will standalone as a 3G-ready smartwatch.

However, the LG G Watch is not expected to include phone call functionality like the rumoured Samsung Galaxy Gear Solo.

The LG G Watch will remain active at all times, delivering relevant information to users based on their demographic and location, and the time of day.

Featuring a 1.85-inch display and 4GB of internal memory, the wearable will be released this summer with a £180 price tag.

The LG G Watch is one of two confirmed smartwatches running off Google's Android Wear operating system, the other being Motorola's Moto 360.

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