Two New LG Smartwatches Powered by Wear OS to Unveil This Month

                Recently, LG's two  wearable smartwatches has been spotted on FCC ( in May and June), under the model numbers were LM-W315 and LM-W319. Now today a fresh report from South Korean publication has suggest that LG will launch these two smartphone as soon as this month and both smartwatches will run on Google's Wear OS platform.
              The smartwatch which is having the model number W315 will feature a 1.2 inch carousel display and would be powered by the Snapdragon 2100 wearable chipset coupled with 768MB of RAM and  4GB internal storage. The device will have an IP68 certification rating, allowing the device to  survive in water to nearly 5-feet, for as long as 30-minutes. Recent reports has revealed that Samsung will unveil the  Gear S4 smartwatch at IFA in late August or early September, so it seems by launching the LG smartwatches this month,  LG intends to give a tough competition to the Gear S3 the Samsung's successor in wearable market.
             Recall early there was a separate report which claimed that LG will have one new Sport smartwatch, and one new Style Smartwatch, neither will offer cellular connectivity, GPS or NFC. The new smartwatches will reportedly priced between $300-$400 US dollar and it will be available in color options like Aurora Black, Cloud Silver.
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