LG Watch Sport Unlocked GSM (Silver/Titan)
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- "OK Google" enabled so you can make calls, text, get reminders and browse freely without the need of a phone.
- W-Fi and Bluetooth enabled - or you can even pop in a SIM card to use with any GSM carrier worldwide (such as AT&T and T-Mobile or any other carriers that use a SIM card). For CDMA networks however, you can only use Wi-Fi and/or Bluetooth.
- Dynamic Design; 1.38-inch Full Circle P-OLED Display; Rotating side button for effortless navigation.
- IP68 water-resistant and dust resistant; Powerful 1.1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Quad-Core MSM8909w Processor
- Music is always right on hand. Sync playlists directly to the watch or stream with Google Play Music. Cellular 4G LTE Funtionality is US ONLY.
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In fact it's way smaller than some watches people use these days
The battery life is OK, considered how much sensors and stuff. The Gear S2 Sport GPS I had, used to have a very similar battery duration, except the fact the heart sensor doesn't work as much as now.
Some people may have a problem with the bulky width of the watch. It's a very large watch so people with small wrists may have a problem wearing it. My only major issue with this watch is the battery life. It's advanced features like cellular service, GPS and fitness tracking, can cause the battery to drain quickly. The good news is, battery life can be extended by downloading the latest Andriod Wear Software Update and disabling "The Always On Screen Display". I would've given this watch a perfect 5 star rating if not for the battery issue, but at least there's a work-around for that issue...
On a Side Note...Yes....The AT&T Version of this watch is compatible with Verizonwireless. I was able to get mine done, but it's a long frustrating process. The short answer is to walk into a Verizon store and have them activate a new Nano-SIM Card with the IMEI# of your current phone, then insert that SIM Card into your watch. The Verizon rep will be reluctant to do this because it's not normal practice; so be persistent, but not disrespectful.....Hope This Helps...
Wrong. Coming from a Fenix 3, I have had a really hard time with Google Fit as the primary fitness tracking software. It just...isn't intuitive, and not really feature rich. Why do they make it so hard to find things? I still have no idea where my weight training (which it tracked beautifully) went. I haven't been able to go back and look at results.
Then there's the GPS for running...It is so finicky. Sometimes, I can NOT get a gps signal. And this is just in a regular suburban housing community. A restart seems to fix it...temporarily.
built quality is pretty good. My only gripe is the loop that holds the end of the strap is not tight enough so the strap is constantly coming out, getting caught on my sleeves.
Screen is very crisp and clear.
Love the wireless charging.
Battery life is pretty bad. With all settings on (except lte and gps) I can get a full day (from 7am - 11pm) just barely. Turning off all the sensors and display (except bluetooth) and I have about 40% at 11pm. Using the GPS during a run drains it significantly.
Interface on Wear 2.0 is significantly better than on Wear 1.x
All in all, I think it's a pretty good watch, as long as you're not looking for it primarily as a fitness tracker...but then, if you're not, there are much better looking watches out there, just not with NFC.
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