LG Watch Sport

  • While smartwatch popularity may not be where the companies making them had hoped it would be at this point, smartwatch quality has steadily pressed forward in the last few years. Let's look at our six top picks, in the latest version of our Smartwatch Comparison Guide.
  • With Google's rebooted Android Wear 2.0 recently launching, we've now seen a few significant Wear smartwatch launches, for the first time in over a year. Let's see how two of those watches, the Huawei Watch 2 and LG Watch Sport, compare.
  • When Google announced Android Wear 2.0​ last May, we knew standalone/cellular-connected watches were going to be a major focus. For the last couple weeks, we've been testing the first of the bunch: the 4G LTE-ready LG Watch Sport. Is this hulk of a smartwatch worth buying?
  • When the second generation Moto 360 was released nearly a year and a half ago, we deemed it a duly capable smartwatch with competitive features. Now that the Android Wear 2.0 operating system has been released, is it still worth holding onto? Or should you upgrade to the LG Watch Sport instead?
  • Google is rebooting Android Wear, and has some new flagship hardware to herald the new beginning for its smartwatch software. Let's see how the new LG Watch Sport compares to the aging Huawei Watch.
  • Google recently launched the Android Wear 2.0 operating system, and with it, two new smartwatches from LG. One of these, the LG Watch Sport​, has a lot in common with the Apple Watch Series 2 released last September. Let's take a look.
  • Google announced two LG-made smartwatches as part of its Android Wear 2.0 operating system release. The LG Watch Style is a smaller, more minimal wearable, while the LG Watch Sport is bulkier but more thoroughly equipped. Which one (if either) is right for you? ​
  • Today, Google launched Android Wear 2.0 (the operating system for Android-based smartwatches) and announced the first two smartwatch models sporting the new system: the LG Watch Style and LG Watch Sport.