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LG and Audi Have Made A SmartWatch And It Looks AMAZING

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LG and Audi Have Made A SmartWatch And It Looks AMAZING

LG has some other smartwatch in construction and it appeared unbelievable being demoed by way of Audi at CES 2015

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Well, smartly, LG seems to be proceeding its renaissance and in a few sudden tactics too. Not content material with its LG K Watch and LG K Watch S, or pronouncing its LG G Flex 2 smartphone at CES 2015, it sounds as if LG has any other smartwatch in construction. The corporate seems to be in cahoots with Audi because the wearable used to be noticed at the wrist of an Audi reliable at CES 2015 all through a demo of a self-riding automotive.

The software used to be noticed and mentioned through The Verge (image source), however Android Central has on the grounds that found out that it has discovered slightly extra concerning the watch immediately from LG. Some had speculated it used to be an LTE-enabled LG P Watch R2 rumoured in the past, however consistent with LG this software has been evolved in particular for Audi and makes use of a customized construct of Android Wear. That’s now not essentially the entire tale, then again, as producers together with LG have up to now changed variations of their very own units for spouse firms comparable to Audi (LG made new variations of its flagship telephones as Google Nexus units, as an example) - may just this be the Audi model of the LG K Watch R2? Is a “common” variation coming quickly? Will it lose the horny layout? The LG P Watch R2 is rumoured for a screen at MWC in February despite the fact that, so we’ll have to attend to determine.

It does glance incredible even though, simply the most productive-taking a look smartwatch we’ve noticed on account that wearables become extra outstanding. The best factor there's that Android Wear’s capability has failed to provoke us thus far; will this be some other case of a smartwatch that appears lovely however doesn’t convey any wanted capability to our wrists? We wish now not.

Paul Briden 11:25, 7 Jan 2015
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