LG was flaunting the successor to the G See R at MWC– the curiously-named Watch Urbane. It’s an Android Wear tool as well as, while the G View R was planned for stylish types, the Watch Urbane is “developed for an innovative as well as multicultural user”.

The watch has a built-in heart price display, so is still helpful down the fitness center. Like the G See R, the Urbane has a rounded 320×320 OLED screen, however LG has lost weight the bezel to give it a sleeker appearance. The watch body is stainless steel, as well as unlike the matt surface of the 4G-enabled Watch Urbane LTE, has a sleek silver look.

It’s a fine-looking watch, but we really feel the design isn’t really extremely as natural as that of the Urbane LTE. On the LTE, the bezel curves and also blends right into the primary body of the watch, while the Urbane has a standard bezel with a visible action down to the watch’s body.

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We simulated the soft natural leather band, nonetheless, which was simple to attach and comfortable on our wrist. The watch is 10.9 mm deep, which gives it a slightly thinner account than various other round designs such as the Moto 360 (11.5 mm) as well as Huawei Watch (11.3 mm). LG claims that, thanks to this thinner profile, the Urbane is perfect for either men or ladies, however our female press reporter still discovered the watch was also huge for her wrist. The main trouble is its length, the watch is longer than a high street wrist is vast, so its sides jab out either side, making the band tough to match well around your wrist.

Inside, the watch is comparable to the G View R, with a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor chip, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage as well as a 410mAh electric battery, for around a day as well as a half electric battery life. Like all Android Put on smartwatches, you’ll be plugging this one in every night.

There’s no prices or release date information yet, but unlike the Korea-only Urbane LTE, the Urbane will certainly be coming to the UK.