News by Luke Jones on Saturday November 08, 2014.
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LG's new round faced G Watch R is already available through the Google Play Store and AT&T in the United States and now Sprint has joined the party. The Now Network has revealed that it will begin offering the G Watch R from November 14th, giving consumers ever more options for buying the Korean company's newest smartwatch. The company will sell the wearable for $25 per month over one year on the Sprint Easy Pay method, or a $300 one off payment.The LG G Watch R is a premium Android Wear device that was launched during the IFA trade show back in September. It features standard smartwatch specs such as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, 512MB of RAM, a 1.3-inch 320x3020 round P-OLED panel, and 4GB of storage. It also gets health related goodies such as a heart rate monitor, while it is waterproof to an IP67 standard. PRESS RELEASE:
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. & ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. (BUSINESS WIRE), November 07, 2014 - Sprint (NYSE: S) is teaming with LG to offer the stylish LG G Watch R beginning Friday, Nov. 14. Powered by the latest version of Android Wear by Google, LG G Watch R empowers users to sync music, organize information, and get notifications and weather updates for those off onto life's latest adventures. Best of all, G Watch R is compatible with all Android smartphones - running Android 4.3 or later - such as the simple and smart LG G3, also available on Sprint, by simply downloading the Android Wear app from Google Play. LG G Watch R will be available through Sprint direct ship sales channels, including Sprint Stores, Web Sales and Telesales at 1-800-SPRINT1. With Sprint Easy Pay, well-qualified buyers can purchase LG G Watch R with $0 down (plus tax) and 12 monthly payments of $25 (SRP: $299.99; excluding taxes). source: Sprint
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