At Mobile World Congress earlier this month LG took the wraps off the gorgeous smartwatch, called Watch Urbane. At its event in New Delhi today, the company announced that it plans on launching the smartwatch in India sometime in April, AndroidCentral reports. Also Read - YouTube, Gmail, Google Maps stops working on these phones from today: Check if your phone is in the listAlso Read - LG TV 2021 lineup launched in India: Check details here
At MWC, LG unveiled two variants of the smartwatch the Android Wear-powered LG Watch Urbane, and webOS-powered LG Watch Urbane LTE. There is however no word on which variant the company plans on bringing to our shores. Also Read - LG Gram 2021 series with 11th-gen Intel Core CPUs launched in India: Price, specifications
The Android Wear-powered smartwatch focuses more on luxury with the company using premium materials. The circular OLED display has minimal bezel surrounding it, giving it more premium look. It comes in silver, and gold body made with stainless steel. The company has managed to keep the screw out of sight, and laces it with stitched leather strap.
The webOS-powered variant is the first smartwatch to have support for LTE connectivity. It allows users to answer calls, and ability check emails, and also includes an interesting walkie-talkie like feature, which lets users make conversations with multiple people without requiring a smartphone. The watch also tracks your activities thanks to the range of sensors it houses. In addition, there is a built-in voice translator app too, and support for NFC, probably placed to bolster mobile payments.