Google has announced that Android Wear will be getting cellular support, which means that compatible devices will use cellular data to access the watch even without the phone. It also brings calling functionality, so now you can make and receive calls on the watch itself. This means that the Android wearable will now be independent of the phone and will not require the phone. If a user is working out, but still want to stay connected.
The first Android Wearable to get cellular support is the LG G Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, which has a longer name than most of its counterparts. Its a fabulous watch with a round dial - rather, a a 1.38 inch, 480x480 p OLED display, 1.2 Ghz Snapdragon 400 processor, 768 MB RAM, an inbuilt storage of 4GB memory, 4G LTE, wi-fi, blue-tooth, Heart Rate monitor, 570mAh battery and IP67 certification.
The LG G Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE will be available from AT&T and Verizon contracts in the US. So currently the Android Wear is limited to availability in the US. The international variant will be available only in a few months. While LG has been the first to offer a Smart watch that works on Cellular networks apart from all the baggage to its name, Android wearables from other smartphone manufacturers will follow soon.