LG announced another beauty besides the V10 phablet: the new Watch Urbane 2nd Edition smartwatch, touted to be the first Android Wear device with 4G LTE.
The watch has a 1.38-inch P-OLED 480 x 480 display, with a 348 ppi pixel density. There's the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 768MB RAM and 4GB flash memory.
There's the usual sensors that include an accelerometer, gyro, compass, heart trate sensor, barometer and the ever-present GPS. Its battery is a 570mAh hexagonal battery and the watch has an IP67-certified stainless steal body, but its bands are non-removable as they now also contain essential hardware.
What's interesting is that LG is heavily marketing the watch as both Android and iOS-compatible, though it is an Android Wear watch.
Pricing has yet to be announced, but the watch will first make its way to Korea and the United States.