LG wants to move forward, and it makes sense to see the aging G Watch (the first of the brand) from the Google Store disappear in favor of the manufacturer's brand new production: the Urbane.
The manufacturer had unveiled it at the MWC in February, the Watch Urbane is a connected watch with Android Wear displaying a more urban design. She opted for a case and a round screen available in a chrome version (the gold version will be offered later), associated with interchangeable leather bracelets.
Currently, the watch is available for pre-order, for delivery announced from May 11th. It can be found on the Google Store, but also at Bouygues Telecom at a similar price of 349 euros.
The watch is IP67 certified against water and dust, it has a P-OLED screen of 1.3 inch with a definition of 320 x 320 pixels, a SnapDragon S400 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of storage. Dimensioned autonomy, LG evokes more than one day in intensive use and beyond two days in reasonable conditions.
The Watch Urbane has a WiFi module that will allow it to connect directly to compatible equipment without going through a smartphone, thanks to an update recently operated on the Android Wear side.