The digital revolution has changed the way things work all over the world. The way people watch TV has changed. The way people consume has changed. The way people communicate has changed.
Smart technology has improved our lives in numerous ways. Wearable technology is an offshoot of the rapid development of smart devices.
The folks at Google have jumped on board to introduce Android Wear 2.0, a platform set to release two new smart watches in partnership with LG.
On February 9, 2017, Android Wear 2.0 is set to launch the LG Watch Sport and the LG Watch Style.
Both devices are set to feature circular OLED displays along with 4GB of on-board storage. The devices will also have iOS compatibility and a digital crown for navigating the interface.
More about the LG Watch Sport:
With a 480×480 pixel screen, the LG Watch Sport has 768MB of RAM as well as a 430mAh battery. The watch has a heart rate sensor, which is likely to come in handy during your workouts.
The device also supports a SIM card so it can work independent of a smartphone.
What does the Watch Style have to offer?
This Android 2.0 device is water-resistant, so using it in the rain is no hassle. The Watch Style also comes with a smaller 360 x 360 pixel display, accompanied by 512 MB of RAM. The 240mAh battery provides enough power to support a dedicated app store.
The display is touch-sensitive and it also has an impressive handwriting support feature. With a full QWERTY keyboard, the Watch Style is slightly smaller, at 1.2 inches.
Android Wear 2.0 is also set to be pushed out as an upgrade to select legacy watches that are already available on the market.