LG LGW110 G Watch R
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- World's First Full Circle P-OLED Display
- Compatible with most devices with an Android 4.3 or later operating system
- Fitness Integration with Built-In Heart Rate Monitor
- Classic Wristwatch DESIGN WITH Full Circle Face and 22 mm Interchangeable Strap
- "Ok, Google" Voice Commands with Android Wear
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LG W110 G Watch R
LG G Watch R (W110)
The LG G Watch R (W110) gives you classic style and innovative technology. Designed to help you stay connected, it features the latest Android Wear OS, and access to thousands of apps, as well as your favorite social networking sites. In addition, it gives you state-of-the-art navigation tools, the ability to set reminders, and the power to search the web in an instant. Best of all, the LG W110 G Watch R is wrapped in a sleek metal case that's dust and water resistant, and features a long-lasting battery and interchangeable bands so you can change your look in seconds. Explore the newest of smart watches in our collection, and get a stylish, functional watch unlike any other.
Design Comes Full Circle
G Watch R, a fusion of classic style and the latest wearable technology. Design comes full circle.
LG G Watch R (W110)
- Modern Prestige Design With Perfect Circular Look & Watch Face
- Robust Health & Fitness Experience With PPG Sensor
- 410mah Battery / Always-On Display / Certified Water And Dust Resistant
- Compatible With Android 4.3 Or Higher
FULL CIRCLE P-OLED DISPLAY
Beautiful 1.3-inch P-OLED display delivers great image clarity when viewing the display in various lighting conditions and angles.
A TIMELESS SMART WATCH
A beautifully, crafted design that embodies elegance.
WEAR A HAT! (WEATHER FORECAST)
Receive weather alerts on the LG G Watch R and be prepared before venturing outside.
TAKE THE NEXT TURN! (TURN-BY-TURN NAVIGATION)
Always be alerted of traffic conditions and notified on the best routes.
LG G Watch R for select Android devices. Bluetooth 4.0 technology lets you easily sync with your compatible Android device to this LG G Watch R, so you can receive and view important mobile notifications on the round 1.3" P-OLED touch-screen.
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1. Display - by far a significant step above any other smartwatch currently available. When in 'standby' mode, it is still as bright as can be....none of this 'ambient light' dimmed display of the Sony, Moto 360 or other watches. Believe me, from a real world pov, this is huge. After the initial 'new toy' feeling rubs off, you just want the watch to tell the time clearly and the ambient display of other watches is useless. I must have read and viewed dozens of reviews on the LG GWR and can't understand how they don't play this feature up more.
2. Charging - the Sony Smartwatch micro USB cable is a huge hassle to plug/unplug each time you need to charge. Using a dock is actually substantially easier and more practical, in spite of having an additional piece of hardware.
The LG-R (and most smart watches) is the type of device that you don't realize it's saving you time, phone battery and the amount of times you need to look at your phone. I have a unlocked Nexus 6 and it works great. The number one reason this is a great accessory is it's ability to show notifications quickly and easily. Battery life is amazing even with the watch face on all day. I take it off the charger at 7:00AM and by 11:30PM I still have 40% battery left. I did swap the leather band that comes with the watch with a black stainless steal band, which makes the watch look very nice. The band did cost me another $80 though. Because of the band and the fact LG is playing games with LG-R owners now about whether it has WiFi capabilities has soured me on LG in general. The internals of the LG-R and the Android Wear version of the Urbane are identical. Yet LG won't confirm if us R owners are getting the WiFi turned on. (The BT/WiFi portion of the SoC (Snapdragon 400) use the same antenna since they both operate at 2.4 GHz, so LG saying it doesn't have the hardware to support it is not true.) I believe they want to give their new Urbane watch as much attention as possible, even if that means angering their early adopters. Other than that, now that I have used the watch for a few months, I don't think I can go back. Android Wear apps are just going to get better. The heartbeat and fitness tracking works great. Finally, the reason I picked this watch, is it's round screen. I enjoy picking a watch face that matches what I am wearing, and with the app Facer you can get some really nice faces. Unlike the Apple watch, the LG-R can keep it's screen on in a low power mode when you aren't looking at it, so you don't just have a blank screen where your watch face is supposed to be. LG and Motorola did the right thing. Took an existing watch design that people already love and turned it into a smart watch. There are no problems reading anything on the display because it's round and it doesn't shout "I have a smart watch on!" when wearing it. If LG turns on the dormant WiFi, I will bump this review to 5 stars. We will see what the 5.1 update brings to an already great smart watch.
G WATCH R HARDWARE
-The black metal finish of the watch looks very good and in no way "cheap". It resembles the tough, sporty design of the Casio Giez series which I love.
-The genuine leather strap will be highly durable and will likely outlast the watch itself. It is a bit stiff and cardboard-like but still plenty comfortable. Aesthetically however, the matte leather doesn't cohere with the polished metal look of the watch. I replaced my band with Black Polyurethane Link Bracelet Band which is a good match.
-Screen is very bright. Text is easily legible. Overall resolution is good but pixels are slightly noticeable with a high-res picture background or narrow watch hands.
-Speech recognition is excellent.
-Touch sensitivity is good. Large bezel does not interfere with finger swiping.
-Vibration intensity is a bit on the weak side. I occasionally miss a notification because I don't feel it. I wish it was adjustable.
-Battery life is usually >70% at the end of a day of over 50 notifications. There should be very little risk of running out of battery during the day.
-Charging dock is extremely easy to use. It is proprietary though so you will need to pack it with you when you travel.
ANDROID WEAR SOFTWARE
-User interface takes some getting used to. Learning which way to swipe to perform certain actions will take some time. Learning to use voice commands also takes practice.
-Voice recognition with this LG is very accurate and reliable.
-Many functions are best performed with voice command and this generally works well. For example, you can send texts, place calls, and do google searches by voice.
-Apps I've installed: Intellicom Watchface, Find my phone.
WHY GET A SMARTWATCH? (in case you are still undecided)
While Android Wear software is doing a good job expanding the role of the smartwatch, the primary purpose of the watch is to deliver you notifications. The typical way to check a notification on your phone is to pull it out of your pocket, hit the power button, swipe to unlock, and swipe to see the notifications. With a smartwatch, it is as simple as looking at your wrist. You will see enough text to know whether it is something you need to deal with now or can defer until later.
The following are situations where a smartwatch is valuable:
-Social courtesy situations: business meeting, dinner date, movie theater.
-Safety situations: driving, handling power tools, riding a bike.
-Convenience situations: holding a child's hand, carrying groceries.
Other advantages of a smartwatch:
-Your phone can be on permanent silent mode which means you don't have to remember to silence it ever again. I don't even set a ringtone anymore.
-Oh yeah, it tells time too.
For someone who gets a lot of notifications throughout the day, a smartwatch is extremely valuable. This G Watch R is an excellent option with its attractive design and good hardware.
UPDATE Feb 2015: Lately, I have noticed that the watch will randomly disconnect from my phone for no particular reason even though they are within 2 feet of each other. It only happens maybe once a day or 2 but it's highly annoying when it happens. Also, the vibration strength of the watch needs to be much stronger because I occasionally miss notifications. I have downgraded the watch because of these reasons. The most important job of a smartwatch is to reliably deliver notifications at near 100%. Unfortunately, the G Watch R only gives me a 80-90% success rate.
Android wear software is still a work in progress. Some basic functions don't work the way they should. Using voice commands, you can't send a text via your google voice number and you can't create a calendar event.
UPDATE Nov 2016: I've been using the Huawei Watch for a year now and feel like it is the best watch out there right now. It has a better build quality and finish than the GWR and is better overall than the Sony Smartwatch 3 and Asus Zenwatch 2. The Huawei is far from perfect as it also suffers from a weak vibration and inconsistent motion sensing, but it would my choice at this moment.
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