Be the First to Get the LG G Watch R™ at AT&T Beginning Nov. 5
Gone are the days of sacrificing style for efficiency.
Gone are the days of sacrificing style for efficiency. The LG G Watch R is a high-tech wrist accessory with uncompromising design and functionality. It will join AT&T’s1 industry leading line-up of wearables starting at att.com on Nov. 5 and in AT&T Stores on Nov. 7 for $299.* Powered by Android Wear™ and protected by a sleek premium PVD metal finish watch face, LG G Watch R is ideal for both tech-savvy and fashion-forward consumers.
Available in black, the G Watch R screen can be customized with more than a dozen changeable faces and any 22mm wristband (sold separately). When paired via BluetoothTM with compatible smartphones running Android OS 4.3 or higher, such as the LG G3™, call and message notifications, reminders and important updates are easily accessible right from your wrist. Equipped with a full circle P-OLED display, a 410mAh battery and IP67 water resistance, 2 the G Watch R is a smartwatch that keeps up with you.
- Display: A 1.3-inch circular P-OLED display with 245 pixels per inch gives you a sharp, vibrant screen that is responsive to your touch.
- Storage: 4GB of on-board memory allows you to store contact info and pictures.
- Sensors3: Count your steps with a 9-axis gyro and accelerometer and check your heart rate during your workout with the built-in hear rate sensor.
AT&T leads the industry in its selection of fitness, smart locator, and smartwatch wearables. It was also the first carrier to announce its intent to carry the LG G Watch R. For more information about G Watch R, visit att.com/GWatchR.
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1AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.
2Water-resistant and dustproof based upon IP67 rating. Submersible up to 1 meter (3 ft.) of water for up to 30 minutes. Rinse to remove any residue.
3This device and related software are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease.