LG is planning to launch about the new “hybrid” smartwatch and named that watch as LG Watch Timepiece as per a leak. This watch will be running on Google’s Wear OS and may get a mechanical clock.
According to Android Headlines, the LG Watch Timepiece is trying to please both analog and digital watch fans. Physical watch hands will join “highly precise quartz movement.” It will be hybrid watch from the LG Electronics and will be the first LG wearable to run Wear OS. The LG Watch Timepiece has come with a hybrid product which gets combines with a contemporary operating system and apps along with a mechanical clock setup or Micro Gearbox. This seeks to a demographic which is best concerning analog and digital world. It is one of the best technology by the South Korean giant which will be used in the market at the time of launch.
The LG watch Timepiece boasts a stainless steel body which comes along with an IP68 elements-resistance certification, highly precise quartz movement and physical watch hands. The analog form of the setup ensures that both accurate time tracking and long battery life. The wearable is said to be lasting up to a hundred days on a single charge when it gets operated in Watch Mode in which Wear OS is entirely disabled. The battery capacity is of 240 mAh, and if the battery gets depleted, then the device will be still able to track time for close to a hundred hours which is roughly four days. The watch has a circular 1.2 inch LCD panel which is below the real watch hands, and the resolution is 360 by 360 pixels which amount to a pixel density of 300 pixels per inch.
In this new Wear OS-powered offering, its screen can display all watch faces and complications that you install from the Google Play Store. The hands of the analog watch can show extra information like an at-glancecompass, barometer, altimeter, timer or a stopwatch and other applications also.
The new LG Watch Timepiece is said to get announced on Monday, and the watch will come in two color options, New Aurora Black and Cloud Silver. The pricing details of the clock are still under a blanket, and it will revel after the watch get launched.