LG Watch Style

  • The new LG Watch Style may be sporting the latest version of the Android Wear operating system, but it has much in common with some of the leading older smartwatches. Here's how it matches up with the Samsung Gear S2.
  • How does the LG Watch Style compare to the Huawei Watch? The former is one of the new Android Wear 2.0 offerings, while the latter is one of our favorites from the first wave of smartwatches that hit the market toward the end of 2015. Let's take a look at their (very comparable) specifications.
  • The new LG Watch Style is highly comparable to the Apple Watch Series 1, the revamped version of the original Apple Watch that was rolled out alongside of the Apple Watch Series 2 edition last September. Here's how the two line up, spec-by-spec.
  • In this comparison, we pit the second-generation Moto 360 – one of the leading smartwatches when it was released at the end of 2015 – against the new LG Watch Style, one of the first wearables to ship with Android Wear 2.0. If you have the former, should you upgrade to the latter?
  • The LG Watch Style is a brand-new, fairly minimal wearable that's relatively small as far as smartwatches go. How does it fare next to the big, bedecked Samsung Gear S3 in a spec-by-spec comparison?
  • The LG Watch Style is the smaller of the two smartwatches that Google announced alongside the Android Wear 2.0 software release earlier this month. How does it measure up to Apple's latest, the Apple Watch Series 2?
  • 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.