LG held a low-key event on which it announced probably the best smartwatch yet (the first with LTE connectivity to boot) and two pairs of Android Lollipop phones – one pair curved and semi-premium, while the other is more traditional.
The LG Magna and LG Spirit are slightly curved – nowhere near the G Flex2 curvature, but enough to look cool and bring you bragging rights. The Magna has a 5″ screen and a good 5MP selfie camera, while the Spirit is more compact with a 4.7″ screen. Both have optional LTE connectivity.
The LG Leon and LG Joy are straight as a ruler and are smaller, 4.5″ and 4″ respectively, but both keep the quad-core processors and LTE connectivity of their other two siblings.
The LG Watch Urbane comes in two versions. One has LTE connectivity and NFC-based mobile payments. This one runs on a new LG Wearable Platform. The non-LTE version is thinner and much lighter and while it doesn’t support mobile data or payments, it runs the more popular Android Wear OS.
- LG Magna hands-on
- LG Spirit hands-on
- LG Leon hands-on
- LG Joy hands-on
- LG Watch Urbane hands-on