LG G Watch prices in Hong Kong

Designed to be your dedicated companion, the LG G Watch smartwatch heralds the new era of sophistication on your wrist. Read more about LG G Watch Hong Kong below to find out.

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LG G Watch Specs

LG G Watch Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelG Watch
DateJun 2014
Ports & interfaces
Bluetooth version4.0
USB port
Weight & dimensions
Width37.9 mm
Depth46.5 mm
Thickness9.95 mm
Battery capacity400 mAh
Auto standby
Housing colourBlack
Band colourBlack
Display typeLCD
Built-in microphone
Display diagonal4.19 cm (1.65")
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid 4.3
Processor manufacturerQualcomm
Processor modelSnapdragon 400
Processor frequency1200 MHz

LG G Watch Hong Kong – Leading an Inspiring Life

As a firm believer in merging technology and innovation into lifestyle-changing products, LG has been noted to be particularly active in developing amazing products that accelerate your life. Needless to say, its release of LG G Watch smartwatch receives much enthusiasm since it offers a host of exciting options that take your life to the next level.

Crafted for Comfort

With a special interest in emphasizing comfort and confidence, the LG G Watch is crafted exclusively to be your reliable and endearing companion which you can bring around wherever you go. Its slim design has been rated to be simple and sophisticated at the same time. Most importantly, its strap plays a major role in making sure that this LG smartwatch fits well on your wrist so that you can wear for a long time without straining your arm in the process. Not just that, the LG G Watch contains tons of different strap designs which enable you to customize your LG smartwatch in many ways.

Robust & Rugged

Despite its tiny look, the LG G Watch smartwatch will surprise you with its remarkable endurance. Possessing the IP67 ratings, this means that your regular LG smartwatch actually contains full protection against water and dust. As a matter of fact, it makes your LG smartwatch to last long because none of these elements can interfere with its circuitry.

Always Vigilant

Featuring the always-on display, the LG G Watch stays awake all the time as its display enables you to check your time as well as giving you the latest updates seamlessly. This includes getting the newest notification in the first look without touching its screen.

Powerful Battery Life that Empowers your Needs

Housing an amazing 400mAh battery in its tiny body, the LG G Watch smartwatch will last the whole day in just a single charge. As it turns out, it shows that it boasts a strong stamina that can keep up with your activities without any fail. In addition, you do not have to be worry all the time when it comes to recharging your LG smartwatch.

Possessing the highly efficient Android Wear operating system, it empowers your LG G Watch smartwatch to organize your information and activities meticulously. Thanks to such feature, you can always know about the latest updates especially about weather, flight details, travel itinerary and more. Bringing future on your wrist, you have quick and easy access to all of these information at your own convenience. In conclusion, the LG G Watch smartwatch is the perfect travel companion that will augment your life as it organizes your life to be more seamless.

LG G Watch Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-01-14
Shows all your phone's notifications on your wrist, Always on display, Easy to customize watch face and watch bands, Decent battery lifeDoesn't do anything your phone can't already do, Screen tough to read outdoors
Before the holidays Verizon was nice enough to send me the LG G Android Wear-based watch to test drive. It seems like I'm always excited about wrist worn gadgets until I actually strap them to my wrist. Once I do, I quickly tire of them. I was hoping the ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-30
If you simply can't decide which—if any—watch is the right one for you, here are all the strengths and weaknesses of the current crop.I have used all the current Android Wear watches for at least a few weeks, so I have a good handle on what makes them tic...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-16
I've been keen on smartwatches pretty much since day one. I get a lot of emails, texts, and assorted notifications, most of them garbage but some vitally important. Having a glancable screen on my wrist makes life infinitely easier. But smartwatches have ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-27
The G Watch isn't the first smartwatch we've seen, but it's the first publicly available device to run Android Wear, Google's dedicated smartwatch OS. What makes Wear so important is that it's an open platform: unlike Samsung's Tizen-based Gear 2, Gear 2 ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-06
Smartwatches are going to be the next big thing. They'll keep us connected, keep us informed, and make it feel like we're living in the future. Virtually every mobile phone maker has dipped its toes into smartwatch waters, including Apple, which is going ...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-24
2014 is the year of smartwatches. Multiple smartwatches gained popularity this year. Ranging from Pebble to multiple smartwatch platforms. Then Google's Android Wear enters to unify OEMs in creating the smartwatch of the future. One of them is the LG G Wa...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-22
Excellent battery life, Industry standard 22mm Interchangeable bands, Dust and Waterproof, Charging Cradle is easy to useReally not the most innovative design, No ambient light sensor, Always on display while charging
LG is no stranger to smartwatches, having made an early attempt at the market with the LG-GD910 . It wasn't terribly successful, but neither were most smartwatches in those days. When Pebble launched on Kickstarter, the enthusiasm with which the public em...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-05
Finally. After months of tortuous waiting all has been revealed about the Moto 360, and later today you can buy one . Was the wait worth it? Back when the Moto 360 was first announced that was an easy answer. But now there is some stiffer competition in t...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-29
Google's foray into the world of wearable technology isn't a single smartwatch – it's an entire operating system , dubbed Android Wear. The first of a likely long line of devices is LG's G Watch . At present, only two Wear devices grace Google's Play Stor...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-29
Google unveiled Android Wear back in March and while the announcement was accompanied by very few details, we did get a glimpse of a Moto 360 prototype in action and the promise of a summer shipping date. LG said it will be following suit with a watch of ...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-22
Good screen, understated design, decent performanceAndroid Wear isn't business ready, woefully short battery
Smartwatches have been around for a while now, with the likes of Sony, Samsung and Pebble all releasing a stream of wearable devices over the past few years. However, for a variety of reasons ranging from proprietary software stacks and underpowered proce...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-18
Crisp, clear screen, Userfriendly software, Shows the time constantlyCan't read full long messages, Can't read multiple messages, Battery life short, No auto screen brightness
Verdict : The LG G Watch is a step in the right direction for the smartwatch. It's a pity that the battery life isn't better.Smartwatches haven't taken off the way everyone had hoped, despite Samsung's best efforts with its Gear devices. Here comes Google...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-15
As 2014 keeps on progressing we get more and more smartwatches. Today we take a look at one of the most anticipated watches, the LG G Watch. Why were consumers so anxious for this watch? Well because it runs Android Wear.So let's start with a little backg...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-09
Even though LG has come a long way when it comes to making Android phones, it still has a lot to learn about building the ideal smartwatch.That quickly became apparent as I tested out LG's G Watch ($230), its first major smartwatch and one of the first ro...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-08
Decent price, Voice command work well, Feels comfortable, Early adopter geek points,Uninspiring design, Bad battery life, No heart rate monitor, Washed out display,
Android Wear is now amongst us. The first two devices rocking Google's smartwatch OS are available on the Google Play store and it's the cheaper of the two that we're focusing on here – the LG G Watch.At £159, LG's debut Android Wear smartphone comes in j...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-05
The LG G Watch is a decent first stab at an Android Wear device. The software is mostly capable, but this is still a “version one” product for the hardcore fans only.Wearable technology has been around as a concept for several years now, so it's somewhat ...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-05
Android Wear is upon us and is Google's version of the popular mobile OS specifically designed for wearable devices like smartwatches. The LG G Watch is one of two launch products for the platform alongside the Samsung Gear Live so here's our full LG G Wa...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-05
Having notifications on your wrist soon becomes something useful, Changing watchfaces as often as your underwear is definitely a thing, Android Wear has massive potential to be something great, Core functionality seems really intuitive, Some apps actually...The screen is virtually unreadable outdoors in dimmed mode, Settings and apps are hidden away making the initial “getting to know you” period a little awkward, The charging dock being the only way to charge the watch is ridiculous, The current app selecti...
A watch fundamentally is foolproof, you look at it wanting answers and it duly obliges, although for many years this has been a rather simple transaction. i.e what is the time? It is 5am. Simple. This idea hasn't been played about with for a long time. Wi...
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