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LG has launched Watch Urbane few months back ahead of MWC 2015. Now, keeping specifica users in mind LG has launched another variant of the smartwatch on ties with U.S. retail jewelry company REEDS Jewelers.
Dubbed as LG Watch Urbane Luxe, this device comes with 23-karat gold and alligator leather strap set in an exclusive piano-gloss lacquer case. As if now, there are 500 units available and comes with own serial number for authenticity and available initially in the USA for pre-order at www.REEDS.com later this month.
LG Watch Urbane - Key Specifications
Moving on to the specifications, this smartwatch sports a 1.3-inch P-OLED display with 320 x 320 pixles, which translates into 245ppi.
This smart wearable is powered by a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 512MB LPDDR2 RAM RAM. This smartwatch comes in two variants namely Gold finish and polished Silver.
It has 4GB of storage and carries a dimension of 10.9mm thickness. The smartwatch supports the Android OS, and compatible with smartphones running Android 4.3 and above. The LG Watch Urbane Luxe will be shipped starting from October at an price of $1,200 (Approx Rs. 79,554)
"Wearable devices shouldn't be thought of as an extension of one's smartphone but an extension of oneself," said Chris Yie, vice president and head of marketing communications for LG Mobile Communications Company.
"This blending of craftsmanship and technology is a natural evolution of the smartwatch, which is becoming more of a lifestyle accessory than a piece of hardware. We think this is a good direction for wearables and we want to encourage this transformation."