LG Watch Sport Specs

miroul

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Hey there,

I'd like to paste the LG Urbane LTE specs here for comparison..

Display 1.38" P-OLED (480 x 480 pixels), 348 ppi
Chipset Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400
Battery Capacity 570 mAh
Internal Memory 4 GB (up to 2.4 GB usable)
RAM 768 MB
Network Bluetooth Version 4.1 + BLE; Wi-Fi Connectivity 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz
Sensors Gyro, Accelerometer, Compass, Barometer and PPG (Heart Rate Sensors)
Protection IP67 Certified
Audio Built-in MIC
Size 44.5 mm (1.75") Diameter; 14.2 mm (0.56") Thickness
Weight 3.27 oz.
 

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I still don't understand why they want for a smaller battery on the Sport.. My Urbane LTE can last at least 18 hours a day with always-on screen and a few calls done over the day (on LTE and Bluetooth mode).

Early reports show around 14 hours of battery life for this new device.. Not sure i will let go my Urbane LTE yet..
 

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I can see a smaller battery if it slimmed down the device....But reduced life is a pretty high cost for thickness.
 

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I still don't understand why they want for a smaller battery on the Sport.. My Urbane LTE can last at least 18 hours a day with always-on screen and a few calls done over the day (on LTE and Bluetooth mode).

Early reports show around 14 hours of battery life for this new device.. Not sure i will let go my Urbane LTE yet..
I'm no expert on cell radios, but you think they might have needed the room for AT&T and Verizon radios? It might not work that way, but I know the Urbane 2 had two models with different frequencies for AT&T/Verizon. It appears the Sport can be activated on either.
 

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I'm no expert on cell radios, but you think they might have needed the room for AT&T and Verizon radios? It might not work that way, but I know the Urbane 2 had two models with different frequencies for AT&T/Verizon. It appears the Sport can be activated on either.
The guys said on the podcast that the radios probably added to the thickness.
 

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